Why Are So Many People Fearful Of A Career Move?
A career move should be one of the most exciting milestones in your professional life. New opportunities, new people, new skills. There’s a lot to be enthusiastic about.
Why are we still grappling with hybrid work?
The debate on the merits and downfalls of hybrid work patterns continues. But why four years after the pandemic are we still discussing this issue?
Global Hiring Realities: What Candidates Want in 2024?
As headcount budgets are signed off for Q1, organisations are beginning to ramp up recruitment.
The impact of leadership team cohesion on…
In today's rapidly evolving business landscape, transformation programmes have become a necessity for organisations to stay ahead of the competition and drive growth.
4 Ways To Shorten Your Recruitment Time
The easiest way to lose out on top talent is a drawn out recruitment process that extends far longer than needed, and more importantly far longer than the market average. If your recruitment process takes longer than 40 days, you are on par with some of the longest hiring process worldwide.
11 tips for your next salary negotiation
In the face of economic downturns, inflation, and rising rent and grocery bills, securing fair and competitive compensation has never been more crucial. Rising costs and shifting market trends leave many professionals wondering: "Am I being paid what I deserve?" Navigating salary negotiations can be complex, often shrouded in uncertainty and anxiety.
What To Do If A Salary Comparison Reveals You're…
Most people’s primary career motivation is to earn as much money as they can; it’s natural to strive for a higher salary as you progress through your career. Carrying out a salary comparison will reveal how your pay compares to others in similar positions and can provide you with a good starting point from which you can ask for a pay rise.
In-demand Technology skills
It’s no secret that there has been a distinct shortage of technology skills for some time. Despite the tech layoffs we saw reported in the first half of 2023, the demand for skilled talent is on the rise again. This is fueled by the continuous innovation in digital tools and technology over the last couple of decades. There simply aren’t enough people to fill the gaps.
In-demand skills for Projects and Change
Many industries and sectors are faced with a skills shortage and are finding it difficult to hire professionals with the right skills. By understanding the key skills for Project Management, Transformation and Change, you can streamline your recruitment efforts for the year.
In-demand Finance & Accounting skills in 2024
For some time now, the gap between supply and demand for Finance and Accounting skills has been widening.
In-demand business support and customer service skills…
It has never been more important for companies to ensure that their business support team members are equipped with the best possible customer service skills. Many markets are saturated with competitors, so customer retention is vital for continued growth and success.
In-demand HR skills to strengthen your teams
Your HR department is vital to maintaining continuity across your organisation. They empower your people to be the best they can be every day. It’s so important that you have the right HR skills to make that happen.