Saxon Marsden-Huggins

Saxon Marsden-Huggins

Saxon Marsden-Huggins

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Zero week’s notice: how to make a quick hire after an abrupt resignation

It’s the scenario no manager wants to face but it happens all too often: an employee quits on the spot and the position left vacant needs to be filled ASAP. Usual recruitment cycles can take up to two months with job ads to create, interviewing, hiring and offering and all the recruitment admin that’s part of… Continue reading Zero week’s notice: how to make a quick hire after an abrupt resignation

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To share or not to share? Small businesses and the matter of disclosing salary in job ads

  Every word in a job advertisement counts and influences a candidate’s decision on whether or not to apply for the role you’re promoting. Things can become complicated for businesses when they decide if or what to advertise for the job salary. There are pros and cons to both sides of the debate so be sure to… Continue reading To share or not to share? Small businesses and the matter of disclosing salary in job ads

Top tips for SME workforce planning during the EOFY

The end of financial year can be a hectic time, particularly for SME business. With books, budgets and tax time on the mind, it’s easy for business owners to cast recruitment plans aside to focus on other aspects of the business. The truth is that end of financial year extends well beyond inventory and overheads, and is… Continue reading Top tips for SME workforce planning during the EOFY

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