The recruitment process can be very expensive and time consuming without aid from an agency. It is said that you waste 17 man-hours on an incorrect hire. So why not place your recruitment in the hands of an experienced local agency?
Well, we made it! Lockdown is finally over, and we have come out the other side, a little bumped and bruised but still in one piece and ready to get back to matching candidates to their dream jobs
With the great news that was delivered yesterday by our States members, that Guernsey will be entering into phase 5, to the population’s delight, a lot of people have been asking when will employers start recruiting again.
It was reported by the Guernsey Press on the 4th May 2020 that only 9% of Guernsey people wished for things to return to the way they were prior to lockdown and Covid-19.
Being a strong leader during a challenging period isn’t just about being a good staff manager, it involves communicating regularly and honestly, being there for your people as individuals and ensuring that the team spirit prevails.
It has been a long month since the lockdown was enforced in Guernsey, here is a diary entry from all our staff on how they are coping one-month in.
During these testing and unprecedented times, you may be forced into looking elsewhere for employment, whether it be due to unexpected redundancy, a long period of furlough or perhaps you were already looking for a new career when Covid-19 came into view and you are now struggling to find that new career path due to the lack of companies hiring. There are things you can do to bounce back from this situation and prepare yourself for that perfect job just around the corner and we are going to help you be ready when that day comes!
Feeling like it will be impossible to recruit a new member to the team during the lockdown? You really need that extra assistance in the business but feel it will just be too hard to recruit and onboard the employee right now? Let us reassure you that many companies are still recruiting and taking on staff during the Covid-19 pandemic.