How to Advertise a job

Job Advertising can be tricky, and you need to invest time to make the right decisions, to help you get the best return possible from placing a job advert.  

Are personal brands a good thing?

Are personal brands a good or bad thing? They’re certainly getting more prevalent. Many are forging their own path to success in business by telling their story and using their voice. But what do–...

Do You Know How to Attract Generation Z Talent?

  Hiring the millennial workforce is old news in recruitment – now there’s some new talent on the scene: Generation Z. Born between 1995–2010, the oldest Gen Zers are around 24 – many will be recent–...

Tech Recruitment Jungle – Be king of tools & top of the talent foodchain

Yep, it’s a jungle out there. Technology has slithered into every industry going, if you have a message and an audience to get it to technology is fast becoming the most wanted answer. Now that all–...

Did someone mention Indeed, Google and an anti-competitive lawsuit?

  The UK launch of Google for Jobs last year made some waves in the recruitment industry. Whilst the majority of job boards welcomed the new tool and integrated their job adverts, Indeed bucked the–...

How to Stand out as an Employer During the New Year Hiring Rush

Guest blog submitted by CV-Library 14th November 2018. As we approach the end of the year, it can be tempting to sit back, relax and down your tools. But the hard work doesn’t stop here – especially–...

​The Modern Recruitment Agency – Aims, Roles & Survival

The responsibilities of the modern recruiter are becoming a never-ending list. Their industry has become a mish mash of hybrid specialties and technology, more focused on the hiring quick fix than–...

Google for Jobs Launches in the UK: Here’s what Recruiters need to know

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have heard all the hype about Google for Jobs hitting the US, Spain and parts of Africa in 2017. After much anticipation, Google’s latest feature has–...

Razzle dazzle recruitment: Think PR not HR!

Public relations (PR) is the trendy cousin of HR that you need to spend more time with if you're gonna land the best applicants.  

How to play the long game with passive candidates on social media

Here's the bottom line on passive candidates: when you're searching for someone to fill a vacant role, 95% of the people you want just aren't fussed about switching jobs.