3 essential things for employee happiness

The fact that a mere 16% of employees in Ireland are actively engaged in their work should serve as a major wake-up call for the country’s employers. After all, if your staffers don’t care about their jobs, they aren’t likely to be as productive as they could be. Nor will they probably project the best ...more

5 proven methods for boosting employee loyalty

There’s no better type of employee than a loyal employee. Loyalty may not be one of the uppermost factors that you incorporate in your direct sourcing strategy, but it certainly should be. After all, your company will end up many thousands of pounds poorer over time if that supposedly dream staffer ends up leaving just ...more

3 characteristics of great remote workers

In more ways than one, today’s is the age of the remote employee. By this, we aren’t just referring to those based halfway around the world who may have little choice but to fulfil their duties for you remotely, but also your regular employees who may spend time in your office alongside periods working from ...more

3 potential causes of high employee turnover

High employee turnover isn’t necessarily the disastrous state of affairs for your business that it is often said to be for many organisations. After all, your firm may be in an especially challenging sector where only those with a very particular set of core competencies really succeed. However, there’s a very distinct difference between ‘positive ...more

5 brilliant non-financial ways to reward your employees

Let’s presume that you’ve done all of the things theoretically necessary to land the very best talent and enable them to make an instant impact at your company: post your vacancies in the most appropriate places, invest in the right candidate management software; refine your onboarding process… what’s still missing? Oh, yes: money. In theory, ...more

5 ways in which Millennials are transforming the workplace

There are no firm dates for how one classifies as being part of the Millennial generation. However, it’s generally accepted that it stems from being born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s. This generation has experienced a lot of changes from previous generations, both socially and technologically and the effects of this are ...more

6 key factors in talent retention

To thrive in the modern digital world, your company may need a variety of tech posts, but there is a shortage of good employees to fill such roles. For this reason, the use of up-to-date recruitment technology is vital, but so is keeping hold of the great talent you’ve already got. Here are six crucial ...more

3 ways to create a terrible workplace

Whether you conduct your online recruitment in Belfast, Dublin or any other part of Ireland or Northern Ireland, certain things stay the same – not least, the basic ingredients of a truly great workplace. Your business not being Google or Apple or another massive player doesn’t mean that you should neglect company culture – indeed, ...more

3 things that will inspire your top talent

Great employees don’t just provide your company with significant added value – they are hard for even the best recruitment agency in Belfast to find, and they are even harder to replace if they quit. If there’s one thing that you therefore most definitely need to do for your staff, it’s inspire them. An inspired ...more

5 tips for hiring seasonal retail employees

Retail is very much the ‘front line’ of seasonal business – with an exponential rise in retail demand during each Christmas period, it falls upon recruitment firms in Dublin and the companies that use them to plan carefully and well in advance to ensure that they take on suitable additional staff. Your team members are ...more