Even though our passionate staff have opinions about everything, we do try to keep our blog focused on technology and recruitment matters rather than more controversial stuff like politics, football and music.
Recruiting today looks radically different than it did just a year ago. Accelerated by COVID-19, changes that you would usually expect to take years are happening instead in months. Recruitment guru Marc Sumner picks out […]
Work-related stress & anxiety is something that has always affected workforces worldwide, especially in high pressure sales roles, however talking about ‘mental health’ has historically been unthinkable… luckily this is slowly changing and it needs […]
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