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on 27th Apr 2015

So much is written about the importance of having a presence on social media these days that people are almost scared not to be on there, even if they don't want to. Many companies are now using LinkedIn as part of their recruitment process, so should you be concerned if a candidate isn't on LinkedIn?

on 14th Apr 2015

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on 31st Mar 2015

The evidence appears to have found that a much more virtual process is needed in the graduate recruitment process. This includes the likes of video interviewing, online interaction throughout the recruitment and webinars. Candidates today much are much more amenable to a virtual recruitment process than sitting for hours filling out forms.

on 23rd Mar 2015

Recruiting using social media is one of the most important and challenging skills to have when you’re looking to select the cream of the crop in terms of talent. It’s not just about one skill, which is where people struggle, it relies on you being a content creator, to have an opinion and actively seek out opportunities to engage.

on 16th Mar 2015

If you thought that some of the leading tech entrepreneurs in the world just 'got there' then think again. The majority of them started life at the bottom of the ladder in an ordinary IT job. They took their place amongst their colleagues every day and nobody had an inkling they were destined for greatness.

on 12th Mar 2015

We have mentioned in previous posts how to make your CV stand out but what about taking things a stage further and being creative with your approach, particularly if you’re applying for a creative role, why not use your CV to showcase your skills?

on 11th Mar 2015

Gaining APSCo membership says much about Applause IT commitment to quality and best practice

on 4th Mar 2015

Back in the age of snail mail, soda streams and fax machines, if you had a vacancy to fill there was really only one way of doing it. You would post the ad, wait for the applications to come in, sift through them, interview the shortlist and offer one of them the job.