You put in hours upon hours trying to attract a good selection of candidates, but then comes probably the hardest part … screening. However, it would seem that the days of recruiters inviting candidates into the office straight after the CV screening stage are long gone. Continue reading
Hiring managers willing to disclose a salary range have become almost non-existent: A redundant convention that must be stopped or a necessary evil?
It’s one of job-seekers biggest frustrations: applying for jobs without knowing how much it pays. And why is that? Because they think is the least counter-intuitive to go through a lengthy and labour-intensive recruitment process only to find out (in a later stage) that the salary is not within their expected range