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On average, a person has a 12% chance of a job interview resulting in an offer. One effective way to significantly increase your odds is by “Mapping the Role”
A candidate of mine was going for an Assessment Day and wanted to prep so as not to forget all her achievements.
1/ We took the JD and the assessment notes detailing what would happen on the day
2/ We mapped the competencies, the exercise details, their levels and then prepared examples. Download the PDF here Competency framework March 2015
She got the job – moral of the story, if you want to increase the 12% prepare, prepare, prepare. If you don’t get the job, you can resolve yourself by saying “I could not have done anymore”
Want to know more about the framework? Call us on 01189034914.
Organisations spend a lot of time and resource recruiting good candidates. It’s a costly business, so why spend the time and money getting the right candidate without having a structured induction programme. Line Managers are busy people and yet the first 90 days are key to employee engagement and long term loyalty. Fundamentally Julie has the background and experience to help businesses address this.
Julie Manzin was a client and candidate previously, read her blog and profile on linked and she can show you!
https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view Julie Manzin
To all our Clients, Candidates and Suppliers we would like to wish you a Merry Christmas. Hope you have a lovely time.
The 2015 recruitment view is with more vacancies across sales and marketing salaries will be forced upwards. To retain staff companies will start to make interim increases or wait until a resignation and frustrate staff by making counter offers! More candidates will expect to be headhunted – the recruiters ability to maintain candidate relationships will drive companies towards recruiters and make in house recruitment more administration based. Recruitment success will still be based on thorough research and hard work. Sector knowledge within FMCG becomes more important as a number of companies start recruiting again. Candidates entering the market for the first time since the recession need TLC!
As the market becomes more candidate driven it is important that candidates realise that companies have salary ranges but also companies need to recognise that in a buoyant market they may need to change the range. Essentially remember a win win is what recruiters aim for!
We are excited to be hosting and sponsoring the Rams First home game of the season! The club has recently undergone a complete rebuild and refurbishment and we hope for a win and good weather!!!
Veritas Partnership is pleased to announce that we are leading the outsourced recruitment process with Gü. Nicky Stapleton will be the team lead
A more personal touch for a contactless world
Technology is transforming the Grocery Sector. But it can’t replace the experience and personalised service that sets the best recruiters apart. Veritas partners will always go further to find your next fmcg role. Start exploring your options now
Forget reading novels, how about using this to read cvs!
The Grocer has a feature this week discussing the lack of graduates
joining Fmcg – to quote our own Nicky Stapleton “recruitment has
been cut as manufacturers try to preserve their margins” followed
by an interesting discussion. Worth a read
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After a busy December we have seen a strong start to recruitment in 2017. Both clients and candidates have taken the view that despite uncertainty companies need good people. In an old expression “the early bird catches the worm”!!! … Continue reading