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The power of recruitment ‘consulting’

Guest post by Tim Parker, MD of our Main Sponsor, yu:talent We all know that the recruitment industry has two sides to its reputation.  I know from experience that even when you know you’ve been doing a great job, working ethically and responsibly you sometimes mumble your occup
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The perfect job board?

Here at the NORAs, we are continually in search of the perfect job board, if it exists.  Below is a guest post on that very subject, from renowned Online Recruitment expert, Jeff Dickey-Chasins. Jeff’s website is http://www.jobboarddoctor.com 
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What Is Working When It Comes to the Candidate Experience?

Searching for a job is a full-time job, especially since for many companies the online application process using an ATS or applicant tracking system takes an upwards of 45 minutes to complete. Recruiters and HR professionals want to obtain as much information as possible so as not to
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A NORA Judge's Perspective

Looking forward to being a judge for The National Online Recruitment Awards – Guest blog by Katharine Robinson Earlier this year, I was honoured to be asked to join the judging panel for this year’s NORAs (National Online Recruitment Awards). The judging panelconsists of a selec
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An Industry in Change

Guest blog, from Keith Robinson. Many thanks to Stephen for letting me write this article and doing such a great job with NORAuk.  I am a huge fan of recognizing and rewarding excellence in any sector. Having been shortlisted last year with my new launch Careersiteadvisor, I know the
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HOW TO KEEP YOUR JOB SEARCH A SECRET

Britons work longer hours than our European neighbours and we are told that looking for a new job is a full-time job in itself. But when do you have the time to look when you are spending over 40 hours a week at work, running errands and fulfilling family and social commitments in add
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THE WRITE WAY TO FILL MORE JOBS

THE WRITE WAY TO FILL MORE JOBS Advertising – love it or hate it, it’s often the very first impression a candidate has of your organisation. Why? Because most candidates, when looking for a new job will start browsing the job boards. But amazingly, many recruitment consultancies
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