Some people thrive on it, many people hate it – but remote working has become more and more common across all types of organisations. Today’s technology makes it very easy for employees to work remotely but still remain connected via a variety of means.
Hiring the right person for your business has a hugely positive impact on your workforce and business, however, bringing the wrong person in can be very disruptive, can drain your productivity, time and ultimately affect the bottom line.
There are many factors why people are made redundant. Some genuine reasons why our current candidates have been made redundant are listed here…
Being made redundant can be an emotional time – follow our seven tips on dealing with redundancy
At the end of 2018 Inspire Selection was recognised by LinkedIn as the 4th Most Socially Engaged in EMEA, as we welcome our 100,000th follower we look back at why this is important to us in this interview with Zoe Clapp – Operations Manager of Inspire Selection.
We recently asked our LinkedIn followers to submit any questions they had – here’s the answer to: What happens after I send my CV? What is the usual process?
You have found your perfect job, congratulations! However, now you must deal with the issue of RESIGNATION! It can be quite an unpredictable time and you may feel like you are letting your current employer down. This feeling of guilt can tempt you into giving your current employer more notice than legally required, so as not to leave them in the lurch. Read our guide on your rights and how to manage your resignation.
Become more productive and less stressed, follow our tips on how to take back control of your email inbox.
It will soon be easier to sponsor your family in the UAE as an expat, thanks to a new set of criteria announced on Sunday (March 31)
A bad recruitment experience doesn’t just affect a company’s hiring process, it can also affect the bottom line and most importantly your company’s brand.
We often hear and read about weird interview questions, so we thought we’d ask our social media followers to tell us the strangest questions that they’ve been asked at interview. We have to admit that we were surprised by their answers, and to be honest – quite disappointed.
It surprises us how often we hear from candidates who have been asked for money in return for an interview, charged a fee for an agency to ‘prioritise’ their CV or pay to become a ‘premium member’ of a job board.
This year’s International Women’s day has the theme of gender balance #balanceforbetter. We are fortunate in the UAE that many organisations enjoy a good gender balance and the gender pay gap is seldom seen – in fact 44% of placements we made in 2018 were women and we’ve even started seeing companies requesting female only CVs on senior roles to address their gender balance at a senior/board level
Ever wonder how Recruiters manage to screen through 2000 applicants on LinkedIn, and what we recruiters look for on a LinkedIn profile? Recruiters filter people in or out depending on many things. Employers can reduce 2000 applicants to just 50 within a couple of clicks… If your LinkedIn profile is not complete, or information is outdated, then yes, you may miss out.
Download a sample resignation letter here.