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The Headhunter’s Perspective - Running an Effective Resourcing Process

By Dan Caro 11th July 2018

In today’s digitally disrupted and globally competitive world, resourcing is rapidly evolving. New technologies, social media, and LinkedIn are radically reshaping companies’ approach to candidate sourcing and are contributing to a broader shift in the recruitment market. Where yesterday it was employer-driven, tomorrow it will be candidate-led. Most employees are now passively seeking job opportunities at all times, and self-employment and entrepreneurialism are on the rise.

The Brexit Trilemma – why has Ireland derailed the process?

By Steven Toft 5th July 2018

The Irish border, it seems, has become just such an issue for Brexit. Barely anyone outside the island of Ireland mentioned it during the referendum campaign.

Productivity: Why does it matter?

By Steven Toft 2nd July 2018

As everybody seems to be talking about productivity, we decided to examine the subject for our latest Performance and Reward Centre (PARC) report – Productivity: puzzle or pandemic?

Remote Working - Friend or Foe?

By Carmen von Rohr 13th June 2018

Remote working refers to work that is done, all or in part, outside of a traditional physical office space. Remote working policies are increasingly important for companies to consider in a fast-changing technological and social landscape. Surging office space costs, employee expectations for greater flexibility, and the increasing normalisation of the practice are all putting remote working on the agenda.