Incentives and Benefits - How can companies attract the BEST candidates in a tight market?

A common, but inaccurate, gripe when companies recruit is the lack of quality job seekers on the market. Recruiting managers complain that a lack of quality job seekers result in their company struggling to recruit new staff…

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How to write an Effective Job Description

To really understand the scope of a job, it helps to have it defined in writing. During the recruitment process, you have a better chance of attracting top talent if there is a well documented account of the role. Wouldn’t you be more inclined to interview with an organisation that had taken the time to define who they wanted to hire?…

Guide to networking

Networking isn't always easy. Professionally it's also becoming increasingly necessary to getting ahead. Whether you're jobseeking or starting to consider developing your career, here are some ways to smooth the networking process…

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75 Behavioural Interview Questions To Select The Best Candidate

It’s a well known fact that looking at a candidate’s past behaviour is the best way to predict their future performance. So don’t waste any more precious interview time asking hypothetical questions. Behavioural interview questions will let you understand in detail how a candidate has acted in specific situations. First, identify the core behaviours you’d like your candidates to demonstrate. Then you can then select your specific questions from the list below. Remember to assess all candidates against the same behavioural criteria!…

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Meet The Travel Industry - Interview with Stuart Nassos and Elaine Glass of JacTravel

As part of our ground breaking series of videos exploring the world of recruiting in travel, New Frontiers interviewed a series of travel companies about their "Recruiting journey". Today we meet Stuart Nassos and Elaine Glass of JacTravel.…