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Building Successful Teams: Lessons from a 20-Year-Old UK Recruitment Business At our recruitment business, we’ve been helping companies build successful sales, marketing, and technical teams for over 20 years. In this series, we’ll be sharing […]
At Robertson Sumner, we’ve been helping companies build successful sales, marketing, and technical teams for over 20 years. In this upcoming series we share insights on how to hire and retain top talent in sales, […]
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 […]
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 […]
Since 2020, many candidates have found themselves out of a job, either being made redundant or losing the job during the pandemic for other reasons. With the job shortage of 2020, candidates are left scratching […]
With the increase trend in remote working especially with regards to the new normal, hiring exceptional candidates and to virtually onboard potential candidates can be a challenging time. The process of hiring can be quite […]
It is always daunting when preparing for an interview, especially when all questions asked are considered deal breakers for securing that role. So how do we distinguish which questions are actually important and worth noting? […]
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