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Data-driven recruitment: Here’s what’s been holding you back! 

April 27, 2020 2:41 pm Data-driven recruitment isn’t a new idea.  We all know data can uncover more effective, more efficient ways to hire, manage and retain the best people. We all know recruitment teams who leverage data enjoy better talent and business outcomes.  We all know that.  But many recruitment teams are still struggling.  In this article, we’ll look… Read more

How to manage the complete hiring cycle remotely

April 16, 2020 4:00 pm COVID-19 sounds like a scenario from a doomsday sci-fi, but it’s fast becoming our new normal. Businesses have adapted fast. It mightn’t be quite business-as-usual, but the show is definitely going on – and recruiters and HR teams have had to adapt fast too. Many businesses had candidates in-process before COVID-19 kicked off, for example,… Read more

Best practices for video interviewing for jobseekers [Resource Kit]

April 1, 2020 7:12 am It’s already a stressful and difficult time, and there are thousands of nervous candidates out there who mightn’t have video interviewed much before coronavirus. If you’re a recruiter or hiring manager, feel free to pass these best practices along, to help your candidates put their best foot forwards.     Maybe you’ve never had a video interview… Read more

COVID-19 drives surge in job applications to retailers

March 23, 2020 10:14 am Mass redundancies in the hospitality sector as a result of the coronavirus has seen a surge in the number of people seeking jobs in the food retail industry according to data from Tribepad. Retail organisations have seen their normal rate of job applications skyrocket, receiving more than half a million since Thursday 19th March. The… Read more

Unprecedented Times

March 19, 2020 4:47 pm To Everyone at Tribepad  These are indeed unprecedented times. There are lots of anxious people around and I have no doubt that we are all being impacted in some way or another by what’s occurring right now. Yesterday, I had to move my father-in-law from the hospital back home as it’s safer for him there…. Read more

A smarter way to stay compliant with April 2020 employment law changes

March 10, 2020 9:52 am From April 2020, employment law changes mean you’ll need to provide different written information to different people in your workforce at different times. Some employers will find their admin burden increases dramatically (although we’ll show you how to bypass the increase if you keep reading). Get it wrong and you fail in your obligations as… Read more

Implementing recruitment software: how the legal sector can do this successfully

February 19, 2020 3:41 pm The legal sector has seen many changes in recent years. When the Legal Services Act came into force in 2007, new business structures emerged and non-lawyers started taking up financial stakes in law companies. That led to  huge investment and more commercially aware law firms that offer a diverse range of services. But where are… Read more

12 reasons why recruitment’s like dating

February 18, 2020 12:21 pm From Tinder to long-term romance to ghosting, recruitment’s got loads in common with dating… 1 – For long-term romance, values matter Tinder’s great if you’re on the market for a fling, but a swipe isn’t the best predictor of long-term romance. (And sometimes, people look nothing like their photos…) The same’s true in recruitment. If… Read more

Copywriting for recruiters: A practical toolkit

February 5, 2020 9:20 am Think about the worst CV you’ve ever seen.  Strange formatting? Check.  Awful spelling? Check.  Clunky grammar? Check.  Flat, boring and irrelevant? Check. And you know how, when you get a CV like that, you can usually tell within seconds that it’s not worth pursuing?  Jobseekers and hiring managers do exactly the same thing to recruiters. … Read more