Negotiating your way to job satisfaction

A BIG well done, against 80 other applicants for the post, you got offered the job. The hard work finally paid off but is it the right job for you for the long term. Before you apply for the job, in the job specification it usually outlines the key benefits you will receive as part ...more

How to fix sales recruitment mistakes

With such a high volume and density of people looking for jobs, you’d think seeking new staff would be relatively simple to find outstanding sales people. However, sales recruitment can be challenging! With the lack of jobs this has increased competition within the hard hitting sales recruitment market. And with so many companies throughout different ...more

Have you considered Instragram as a staff recruitment portal?

Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn play a key role in the social media platforms for Webrecruit Ireland (www.webrecruit.ie), and have all been covered and examined for their relevance as an online staff recruitment portal. However the new and upcoming Instragram has created a unique difference in the technological world of social networking. The capability and instant ...more

Interview questions with a difference?

Interview questions can be phrased and positioned in many ways, some can come across a bit bizarre and others can be of direct relevance to the recruiters needs. No matter what questions are asked and arise during the interview process and their purpose should be to let the recruiting staff find out more about the ...more

LinkedIn – The Best Guide for Graduates

Many congratulations, you’ve graduated. Now is the time when all that work in University is to pay off and give you the opportunity to build the career you’ve always wanted. So what’s the next piece in the jigsaw of career aspirations? If you want to get ahead, get recognised and position yourself as the model ...more