Waking up this morning to the BBC News article announcing Google For Jobs had arrived in the UK was exciting – it’s been a long time coming!
As I write this blog post, we are gripped by an uncharacteristic UK heatwave – and as schools are almost out for Summer, it’s got me thinking about how businesses deal with Summer Holidays – not just with managing your own workforce, with a huge chunk of annual leave being taken over the school summer
If your Facebook page is looking a little bit stale and lifeless then perhaps it is time to get creative and add a bit more energy into your posts. Remember that videos and live streaming posts are still getting the most reach on Facebook, so consider these options when creating new content.
When PicMonkey introduced “grids” we all did a little dance in the office! It is important to make sure that elements of your design are lined up for design balance and composition. If you are using an iPhone to take photos for your social media accounts, then the same principle applies. Activate the “grid” feature
If you are using your LinkedIn profile to its full potential you will be in possession of a professional network that engages with your content, a feed filled with useful industry information that you can engage in and a steady stream of useful new connections. If this does not sound like you then check out
Everyone knows that marketing is a key component of any business. But it’s totally amazing and a little bit scary how many recruitment agencies don’t seem to have an actual marketing strategy beyond splashing their cash on job boards. Most agencies would argue that they get good results from this, but the reality is that
Back in July 2013, there was a considerable shake-up in how employees could access justice if they felt that they had received unfair treatment from their employers. This was the introduction of a fee structure whereby individuals wishing to pursue a claim through a Tribunal would have to pay a fee in order to do
The human eye finds it difficult to read multiple typefaces, so we advise clients to stay with a simple collection of fonts, or a family of fonts. If a design is too busy then this causes confusion in the brain as the eye does not know where to look. Ideally, you want your viewer to
The customer is always right We all know this age old business cliché don’t we? But is it true, and should it still be the thing that drives everything we do, no matter what?
If you write blogs but don’t SEO them properly, you’re missing a trick…in fact, you’ve already done most of the hard work but are letting yourself down at the final hurdle. By now, you’ve hopefully followed the blogs in this series about ‘Blog writing’: You’ve planned and structured your blog You’ve written engaging headlines You