Deciding on the next step to take in your career can be a challenging task. By taking a deeper look into what drives you and analysing your strengths, motivators and needs, you'll be better equipped to identify the ideal career option for you. OCG’s Stefanie Pollard discusses, here.
In this blog, we look at the candidate shortages in the contract and temp market and provide practical tips to help you fill your vacancies with the right people.
There appears to be a growing number of people in the recruitment industry who believe reference checks to be a waste of time. A view that OCG Consulting Manager, Paul O’Donovan, couldn’t be more opposed to. Find out why time spent checking references is time invested wisely, here.
Learn how to cope with career change and turn it from a catastrophe into an opportunity.
In FMCG, increasing the flow of talent has posed certain challenges in today’s market, especially with organisations often reluctant to recruit from outside the industry. OCG’s Tom McMorran discusses the talent conundrum, here.
Are you unhappy with your job and needing a change? In this blog, we talk through how to best utilise a Recruitment Consultant to find a job that is more professionally satisfying than your current one.
It’s so important to always be thinking about your career journey, and the earlier you start thinking about it the better. But, how do you ensure you don’t pigeonhole yourself professionally? OCG Consultant, Natalie Kennerley shares her thoughts on this important topic.
I’m a big believer that any good business starts with good people. Success in any industry is built around people, and as a human-centred profession, recruitment is a prime example of this. We don’t deal in products but in people,and because we are people-led, operated and focused, we understand just how important it is for all organisations to make this a priority internally.
Learn how Career Transition Support has changed in the current market and what it takes to create an effective Career Transition programme, here.
It’s no secret that the candidate experience can make or break whether candidates choose to work with you, with everything from long application forms to poor communication having the potential to cost you the best talent.