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October 2021

E-recruitment Unravelled

By |2021-07-19T11:59:04-04:00October 11, 2021|Companies, E-recruitment Unravelled|

E-recruitment Unravelled

The first generation of e-recruitment solutions were hit and miss. Jobseekers lacked the confidence to search online, and recruiters received large volumes of irrelevant resumes. Now, e-recruitment is becoming a crucial part of business, and forms the basis of many companies’ recruitment strategies.

For organizations looking to hire, reliable technology is already available to help. Virtual recruitment is a go-to method to keep hiring processes moving while protecting recruiters and […]

August 2021

Giving Performance Appraisals

By |2021-06-29T17:20:39-04:00August 23, 2021|Companies, Giving Performance Appraisals|

Poor staff retention rates cost employers valuable time and money, which in the current climate just isn’t an option. When your own HR department is relatively small – or non-existent – and outsourcing HR services isn’t viable, how you tackle retention is crucial. How can you keep costs down and still maintain staff development?

  • The need for appraisals
  • Benefits to your staff
  • Preparation
  • Mapping their career
  • In the appraisal
  • Handling confrontation
  • Post-appraisal action
  • The need for appraisals

July 2021

Writing an Offer Letter

By |2021-06-29T17:44:40-04:00July 19, 2021|Companies, Writing an Offer Letter, Offer Letter|

You’ve come this far. You’ve invested time and effort in identifying the right person for the job. Now you’re at this stage, it’s time to secure an acceptance with an appropriately worded offer letter that projects the right impression to the candidate you want.

Avoid standard letters

Most firms have standard offer letters that are inserted with name, job title, start date and salary. However, these can be easily identified by candidates. […]

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