The Difference between a Job Description and a Job Advert: 8 Things You Need to Know

Whilst evaluating your recruitment advertising strategy, it’s important to consider the content of the adverts that are being seen by your potential applicants. Your job adverts are a reflection of your company and should therefore be perfectly crafted. Many hiring managers may think that sending the job description out as an advert is fine – ...more

Employer Branding and Recruitment: The 5 Cs

Recruitment advertising now goes beyond posting a job ad and waiting for an influx of candidates. It requires an understanding of the market and identifying ways to use your brand to attract the best talent. In recruitment, your employer brand plays a huge part in attracting the right people. According to a Glassdoor survey (2014), ...more

6 areas in which your job adverts might discriminate

Job adverts can go wrong in so many ways for the wide range of firms that depend on recruitment agencies in Northern Ireland. The tone might not be quite right, vital responsibilities may have been missed off… or it may be discriminatory. The latter’s a potentially massive problem that risks your company falling foul of ...more

Are You Using LinkedIn Properly?

Strengthening your staff recruitment doesn’t always mean using a large number of resources. What is important is understanding how to get the best value, and the best return from those that you do use. Choosing specific advertising platforms to use for your staff recruitment campaigns can be challenging, especially with the large variety available, but ...more