Tag: recruitment

New micro-consultancy service from Team Prime, aimed at start ups and SMEs

We’ve launched a new service at Team Prime today, allowing clients to purchase either 30 or 60 minute time slots on Skype or call with our CEO, Thayer. You can book these directly online via our Services page. This new service is aimed at smaller businesses and start ups to promote excellent support, advice and […]

Notable points of failure in recruiting

I thought I’d write a blog post about failure, as often it’s where the best lessons come from. Below is a list of some of the key areas recruitment fails in, and how you can mitigate against them. Time kills all deals Companies tend to hire when they’re so busy with their work they need […]

Shelving the candidate board

A couple of months ago I created the reverse job board (blog post here) where candidates who we couldn’t currently help with opportunities could be listed either anonymously, or openly, and companies could apply to them. I thought it would be a good idea for a few reasons: To help those folks get jobs To […]

Why companies don’t like recruitment people openly discussing their roles

Following on from my last post, Why candidates should always know who sees their details, I though it’d be good to do the flip side: why don’t companies like recruitment folks giving out their details publicly? Tried to order this as the most common reason given to us when we ask if we can add […]

Why candidates should always know who sees their details

For some people, this will be a very obvious blog post. For a lot more people, this will be an eye opener. In recruitment services, there are quite a lot – I would even go so far as to say The Majority – of not-so-morally driven people. There are big bucks to be made in […]

Want to know how recruitment agencies work?

I often get asked about the process of recruitment from the point of view of someone who does it for money. What are the stages, how does it work, what does the life cycle of a hire look like? So I thought a great first post for the site should be just that – a […]