Whether you are on furlough, self-isolating, or unemployed, there is always something you can do to upskill yourself while you are not actively working.
The coronavirus has created a shift in the job market, meaning candidates are finding it more difficult to find employment. Learning a second language is not only proven to improve your brain's fun...
Kent-based charity leader recognised with national accolade in Reed Improving Lives Award for Health and Care
The founder of a Kent-based charity has been awarded for his commitment to the health and care industry by the UK’s largest family-run recruitment company, recently.
An ex-Norwich City FC goalkeeper has been awarded for his commitment to the health and care industry by the UK’s largest family-run recruitment company, recently.
More than half of companies are to make permanent changes to the way they work because of coronavirus. This comes as a survey reveals 60% of businesses are happy with the alterations their companie...
Telephone interviews have traditionally been used to whittle down several candidates into a select few, who would then be invited for a face-to-face interview.
Phone interviews are normally used as an efficient way to whittle down a selection of candidates. Organisations are increasingly using phone interviews, along with video interviews, to evaluate can...
Video interviewing is the next best thing to an in-person interview, as it preserves the visual element of meeting a candidate.
With most interviewers working from home for the foreseeable future, you are likely to be invited to a video interview, rather than face-to-face.
During a pandemic, time is of the essence. This is true for every organisation.