Long before I was involved in the mysterious industry of recruitment, with its inspiring resumes that shuffled through my desktop screen even when the laptop battery percentage was at 4, and its endless phone interviews with people from different backgrounds and different talents (which I think I so
Many people think that a talent acquisition manager and recruiter are synonymous. And while they share many similarities, a talent acquisition manager has a broader range of job responsibilities in the long run.
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.
With the rise of the internet, the way businesses are being run are vastly different than a decade ago. More specifically, the way sales and marketing are done, and how the two sectors intertwine with one another. Long gone are the days where new business was found purely through cold calling. Nowad
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.
In the world of endless open job applications and an interesting large number of job seekers, there are busy bees, so called Recruiters. Their job is to find the right candidate for every open job position and when we think about it, although it seems like an easy job by just scrolling up and down t
A lot of people are unfortunately not smart with how they handle their money. Whether it's irrational spending, not saving, or living on borrowed money - these financial pitfalls can have a hugely negative impact on your life.
If you've ever worked in marketing or written blogs for a living, you know just how serious a writer's block can be. This is why today I'd like to share my process behind writing a killer blog post.
Running a business can be a very daunting task. You spend a lot of time, money and energy in making sure everything is running smoothly. And in the end, if something goes wrong, you’re the one to take the blame.
When I first signed up for the Telecommunications course in University, nobody prepared me for the kind of job I was signing up for.