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4 Things to Factor into an Office Move

Author: Emma Davidson Source: Undercover Recruiter Moving house is said to be one of the most stressful things a person will do in their life, so it’s no surprise moving your entire business can be just as problematic. To be able to meet constantly changing business needs, companies now need to move offices on average …

Microchips in Employees?

Author: Karim Ansari Source: Undercover Recruiter The future is here, and our integration with technology has begun. For years now we have been integrating technology into our daily lives and engaging with different technologies on a constant basis. Imagine life without internet connectivity or your mobile phone? There’s no way we can live without either. …

5 Overlooked Email Sins

Author: Kat Boogaard Source: The Daily Muse By now, I’m going to assume that you’re well-versed in those email etiquette basics. You know, things like always including a subject line and resisting the temptation to CC every single warm body in your office. Yes, I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt here. …

Are Graduates REALLY Not Skilled Enough?

Author: Lizzi Hart Source: Undercover Recruiter You probably saw many articles circulating, quoting a press release from the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) reporting that half of graduate employers believe graduates are not skilled enough. Do graduate employers genuinely believe that graduates aren’t ready for work, or is this just a sensational headline? We speak to talented …

The 8 Most Important Things for Employees in 2017

Author: Sarah Archer Source: Undercover Recruiter When courting an elite candidate, it is imperative not only to understand what other companies may be offering in terms of benefits, but how the benefits you are offering are applicable to the individual who is being considered. A recent study by LendingTree allows recruiters some statistical evidence broken …