When I first signed up for the Telecommunications course in University, nobody prepared me for the kind of job I was signing up for.
Recruitment is one of the key factors in a company’s growth. Most recruiters will tell you that the biggest challenges they face are finding the right people, taking them through the entire recruitment funnel until they ultimately hiring them.
Attracting and keeping new customers is one of the crucial aspects of a successful business. However, many times business owners face difficulties in acquiring new customers.
Did you apply for your dream job, didn’t get a response, and don’t know why?
Ever since we started our journey in 2013, we’ve grown from just a handful to over a hundred people, connecting UK clients with Macedonian workers.
Before you get the job, you have to go through the entire interviewing process. But not always is this process smooth from start to finish. Sometimes the interviewer doesn’t ask the right questions, and sometimes the interviewee, nervously, can’t think of the right answers.
We’ve got this! The famous line that describes Generation Z or as most people know them – Millennials. We are truly privileged to have this young and ambitious generation leading today’s business-focused world. So, are Millennials the workforce of the future?
The biggest challenge for a company is to understand people’s problems and needs and work on resolving them. Our story began by asking a question: How can our resource services save you time and money at the same time?
One of the fastest-growing industries within the United Kingdom is healthcare. The brave doctors, nurses, therapists and pharmacists that keep us healthy when needed most should be applauded for their hard work. However, the NHS is facing an enormous issue, having huge staff shortages each year.
If John Stith Pemberton knew just how much money he would save by resourcing his products to third-party providers when he founded Coca Cola in 1886, his company would’ve conquered the beverage market way earlier than it did.