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Choosing between candidates
Choosing between candidates

When you have equally impressive candidates, hat exactly should you be looking for when choosing between them? We look at how to make the right choice for you…

How to make a job offer
How to make a job offer

Every vacancy and every candidate is different. Your job offer should be tailored to suit both. Use our key steps to make sure your job offer covers all bases.

Compensation & benefits
Compensation & benefits

Following dramatic change in compensation and benefits over the last 10 years, find out the key elements that you could include in your compensation package when you take on a new employee in your business.

Negotiating a job offer
Negotiating a job offer

Negotiating a job offer with a candidate can be challenging. At times it is best to hand over to a recruiting professional - our consultants are fully trained in negotiation and would be happy to help whenever needed. When done well, it can not only result in employing the best candidate but to also secure a deal that works well on your terms.

What to do if a candidate rejects you
What to do if a candidate rejects you

Keep it positive, find out how to create a win-win situation for everyone if a candidate decides to reject your offer for a new job.

How to write a job offer letter
How to write a job offer letter

The job offer letter is as key to your process as the interview, keep your candidate interested and confident they have made the right choice to work for you. Find out how to write a formal job offer letter that welcomes your future employee – and take our job offer template for a spin.

Offer of employment letter - template
Offer of employment letter - template

Before you dive in, take a look at our short guide to writing the perfect offer of employment letter - the kind of drop-dead brilliant letter that will bring out the personality of your business and make your candidate feel as delighted as they should be.

Reference check questions
Reference check questions

Bizarrely, it's a step that some employers skip but if you are serious about finding the best candidate for your business - rather than wasting money on hiring the wrong person - employer reference checks are a no-brainer.