Attracting Staff

Hiring a new staff member can be a time consuming and stressful process – not just for the candidate but for the interviewer as well. At Robert Half we play a consultative role - even if you’re not hiring, we are happy to assist with tips on a number of issues you may face on a day-to-day basis in your department. Click on the links below for advice on attracting and hiring the right staff for your business. 

How to attract the best talent

There are only so many high-flyers to go around - and as such, organisations are waging war with one another to attract the top talent. The most in-demand professionals can almost pick and choose where they work, according to who is willing to offer the most attractive deal.

How to bowl over your preferred candidate

Because so many businesses and organisations are looking to hire, there is simply not enough talent to go around. Employers are being forced to compete for the same candidates, the result being that some are failing to hire their preferred option.

Recruiters know where the talent is hiding

Employers fully recognise the value of top talent - those individuals that can drive their business forwards and boost the bottom line. Hiring managers are on a brief to bring in the best possible candidates ensuring a flow of skilled, experienced and naturally capable professionals through the organisation. But where are these individuals to be found?

What to look for in an accountant?

How can organisations choose between similarly skilled and experienced candidates for accounting jobs? It is important to have a clear idea of what - or who - you are looking for in a potential hire. This understanding feeds directly into the recruitment process, as it allows you to set an appropriate job description and candidate criteria.