The average length of an interview is 45 minutes long.
It is the “uncontrollable and confused mix of unconscious bias” that is hurting recruitment.
An employer was not a fan of a candidate because of his eyebrows.
How would you answer, how do you build a tower out of spaghetti?
A candid interview with Josie Mortimer, HR Director at WW UK, on all things HR.
Sir Cary Cooper: How can we facilitate work cultures that produce healthy and happy workforces and, by association, increase productivity?
Interviewers come under fire after survey reveals 8 out of 10 are guilty of asking off-limits questions
How aware are you of the different learning conditions? Do you know how to support people with learning difficulties through an interview?
Two thirds of UK workers think that showing a sense of humour is crucial to making a successful first impression, according to new research commissioned by Crowne Plaza Hotel & Resorts. According to their study, as many as 66 percent, or two thirds, of adults in the UK rated humour ahead of appearance (50%), intelligence (39%), confidence…
A survey of over 1,500 men and 1,500 women found that men are more eager to please, with 42 percent of men calling ahead of the interview to check the dress code compared to 29 percent of women.
Jurga McCluskey is one of an expert line-up of speakers at Symposium’s ProGlobal 2015 event in July, and has spoken exclusively to HRreview this week about challenges, and joys, of her role…
In spite of the ever-growing availability of online networking tools, face-to-face contact remains the preferred way for professionals to network. We’ve interviewed Charlotte Hallaways to tell us more.
Psychological studies have shown that managers are inclined to see potential in others who look and sound like them, rather than those best-suited to the job.
Seasoned recruiters will no doubt agree that when it comes to hiring new candidates they weigh up numerous factors – from the candidate’s skill sets and experience, to evaluating their mindset, thought processes and ability to fit into the corporate culture. Each recruiter will have their own method of assessing potential candidates. Whether they are…
How do you ensure that the people you recruit share your company values, not only in the words that they say but in their actions and behaviour? It is beneficial for both companies and candidates to ensure that their values are aligned yet company values are rarely used to guide recruitment. Traditional approaches to recruitment…