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  • Invisible jobs and rogue recruiters

    One of our customers pointed out an expose on the ethics of some recruitment agencies. As the Sales Director of a successful technology business he’s faced with the daily challenge of recruiting and retaining the best people for his business.
    The expose found that unscrupulous agencies often post non-existent jobs on job boards to farm CVs [...]

  • Claire Nuttall joins Psycuity as Finance Director

    Claire Nuttall is to join the Psycuity Management Team in October 2008. Her main role will be to oversee all financial management and corporate governance for Psycuity.
    Claire studied Psychology at Manchester University before training as a Chartered Accountant with Robson Rhodes. She went on to join iSOFT as Financial Controller to build the finance [...]

  • Web 2.0 and Recruitment

    The latest Recruitment, retention and turnover report published by the CIPD in the main indicates that all the usual recruitment problems faced by businesses will remain or get slightly worse in the coming year.
    We’ll pick up and comment on a few of the main issues facing businesses in later blogs, but here I’d like to [...]

  • Top 100 Graduate Employers

    At this time of the year, we often get asked about graduates, with the biggest concern being how do you select a good one, when they have no industrial experience.
    Here at Psycuity we place far less weighting on prior experience and concentrate on the raw natural abilities and personality of the individuals. As most of our [...]

  • Video killed the CV star?

    The Times reports a US firm has come up with an all singing, all dancing online CV that includes moving pictures, graphs and work samples. But will it catch on?
    We at Psycuity believe that it’s a great use of technology and certainly the recruitment industries attempt at embrassing Web 2.0, but will it make people tell [...]

  • Best Workplaces in Europe

    The latest report in today’s FT shows the top 100 best workplaces in Europe. Research conducted by Manpower in the UK found that 63% of workers want flexibility and 84% of employees see this as helping retain their best employees.
    Many of the companies mentioned are well know household names, so it’s good to see SME’s [...]

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