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With the market conditions as they are it is important to adapt your hiring and retention strategy. Changing from a reactive (replace when people leave) to an ‘ALWAYS BE HIRING’ mode. How can you adapt […]
Robertson Sumner has been successfully delivering sales & marketing hires for the IT channel for over 20 years. “It felt like it was the natural evolution for the business to meet the demand of our […]
Counter offers are one of the hardest things to deal with throughout your career. They can destroy any carefully made plans and leave people feeling very confused. While counter-offers may be tempting and even flattering, […]
The great and the good of the technology industry got together earlier this year at our inaugural Channel Chat Live event on the 26th May 2022 at The Phoenix in Cavendish Square, London. The panellists […]
It’s a candidate driven market out there, and so the pressure is on for employers to up their game when it comes to attracting potential new recruits. How people perceive your organisation is crucial to make […]
Our latest partnership We are thrilled to announce we have partnered up with Sales Impact Academy! Are you looking to ramp up your performance and strengthen your commercial presence? Then look no further, SIA has […]
It is commonly understood that the results of collaboration and working together can yield infinitely more than a collection of individuals working on their own. As recruiters we hear from hiring managers regularly about their […]
With the number of vacancies in the technology industry showing no signs of slowing in 2022, more and more hiring managers face the challenge of regularly recruiting and conducting interviews alongside their usual day to […]
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