A (Very) Short History of Recruitment

A (Very) Short History of Recruitment

Recruitive looks at how recruitment and recruitment advertising has changed through the centuries It is known that the Egyptians used papyrus posters on walls for announcements. One can easily imagine one such poster written in hieroglyphics reading “Wanted:...
Data Security: The Art of Self-Defence

Data Security: The Art of Self-Defence

Protecting your organisation’s systems against malicious users and data corruption should always be your immediate and ongoing priority There was a time when you could build a wooden palisade and you and yours would be safe from the nasty horde intent on mischief, or...
Is Your Recruitment Website Fit for Purpose?

Is Your Recruitment Website Fit for Purpose?

Far too many organisations are missing out on recruiting top talent because their careers site just doesn’t make the grade If you take a look at your company’s website, you may be able to beam with pride. It may be a thing of beauty; a technological marvel with all...
Human Resources: Your Company’s Engine Room

Human Resources: Your Company’s Engine Room

As organisations grow, they will need a Human Resources Department to make everything run smoothly, this is how you go about setting one up   Do you remember the early days when you were just starting out? Back then it was just you steering the ship and...
How to Build the Perfect Recruitment Website

How to Build the Perfect Recruitment Website

A quick lesson in recruitment website design and construction from Recruitive Business is booming and your company is growing so new staff are needed on a regular basis. Agency fees are starting to look exorbitant, so you figure you’ll start doing your own...
Automation & Artificial Intelligence: Threat or Opportunity?

Automation & Artificial Intelligence: Threat or Opportunity?

What is the future for recruitment if machines replace all the workers? When the machines take over the planet and run everything for us, will it be utopia or dystopia? Will they be tireless willing servants or unfeeling brutal masters? Do I watch far too much sci-fi?...