How Can You Select Winners For Your Team?

How Can You Select Winners For Your Team?

November 20, 2017 Recruitment

In the previous newsletter, we walked through how your company could improve upon the recruitment process in five easy steps (If you missed this article and want to have a quick skim before jumping into this one, you can find it on our blog by clicking here). Since we published this article I have had […]

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How to Recruit the Best People for your Business

October 16, 2017 Recruitment

For many employers, recruitment is viewed as a way of filling a vacancy, and in many cases it is a process that they want to do quickly. But recruitment is really so much more than filling a gap in your team and is a decision that should never be rushed. Think of recruitment like finding […]

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Long-term vision key when planning staff numbers

April 8, 2016 Recruitment

New Zealand Herald Interview with Trudy MacDonald In this recently published article in the NZ Herald, Trudy MacDonald – Managing Director of Talent Code was interviewed on the implications for hiring staff in the current economic climate. A good fit is vital when taking on employees and one bad hire can have a lasting impact, […]

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The Most Important Interview Questions You Can Ask

Interviewing is one of the most common techniques used during the selection of new hires however it is also one of the most difficult skills to master. We have all been there – the candidate who “wows” us with their charisma, who impresses us with their technical expertise or has worked for such an impressive […]

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Selecting Winners – Recruitment and Selection

Without a doubt, recruitment and selection is one of the most critical responsibilities of a leader. Getting it right means happy hiring managers, getting it wrong has huge implications for the business – sending you back to the drawing board to find that “great fit” in addition to taking all the necessary steps, time and […]

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