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The HR Headmistress' blog
21st August 2019
The lack of good people hinders business growth, so a good strategy at an early stage can help you.
One of my clients uses skilled machine handlers. They’re not only core to the business, they are incredibly difficult to find and there have...
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12th December 2018
When I was researching my book on creative recruitment, I came across 'Who' by Geoff Smart and Randy Street and I really liked it. The book sets out their method for choosing A listers.
We all want and need A listers in our teams...
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6th June 2018
What manager doesn’t dream of finding great employees, building a great team, having minimal employment issues and increasing productivity and generally having a wonderfully smooth work life?
Pie in the sky? No, not entirely.
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14th February 2018
If you want HR happiness just recruit the right people. Simple when you say it quickly. But if you’ve done any recruitment recently you’ll know how hard it is to find great candidates.
In a very noisy age, your job adverts need to...
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13th September 2017
Most people want to work in a large business (in most cases simply because they have heard of the company) so if you’re an SME employer you will need to positively emphasise the advantages of being an SME to prospective candidates.
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