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HEADHUNTING (hed-huhn-ting)- noun

HEADHUNTING (hed-huhn-ting)- noun

The act or practice of actively searching for new employees as an alternative to advertised recruiting.

It has never been more important than now to have the best people working for you.

Headhunting is the alternative to advertised recruitment. Through our proven ...

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Hiring on Gut Instinct?

Hiring on Gut Instinct?

How much do you count your gut instinct into the hiring decision? If someone on paper has all the experience you want and answers all the technical questions correctly, but he/she just for some reason gives you a creepy vibe ...

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Gift’s becoming more popular over Cash Christmas bonus

Gift’s becoming more popular over Cash Christmas bonus

It seems as though Management are giving presents instead of cash bonuses or pay rises to reward staff this Christmas.

Gifts range from holidays to electronic gadgets such as iPads as employers tailor rewards to individuals to show they are valued members of ...

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The Office Party, it could make or break your career!

The Office Party, it could make or break your career!

‘Tis the season to be jolly? In many cases, Christmas is a time to have fun let your hair down and celebrate. But the Christmas office party is NOT a time to let loose. Even though these social settings often ...

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Things that are important to us

Things that are important to us

Company Relationship

After meeting with a client, a good headhunter should spend a lot of time getting to know the company; its expectations, its culture, its strategy and its goals, so that they are in the best possible position to present ...

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Motivating and Retaining Employees

Motivating and Retaining Employees

Communication 

Lack of effective communication from management is usually the greatest cause for employee dissatisfaction and premature departure. The best managers listen to and communication frequently with all employees; and they make it easy for employees to tell them about problems ...

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Reinventing your champion spirit

Reinventing your champion spirit

The most profound influence from the “outer world” is most certainly OTHER PEOPLE.

Shelley Taylor-Smith, Team Performance & Mindset Coach, International Best-Selling Author, Motivational Keynote

Speaker

The people you allow into your life and who you spend the most time with, are the greatest ...

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Lunch break challenge

Lunch break challenge

Do you grab your lunch and eat it in front of your computer? After a full day with no breaks at all, are you tired, sluggish, and still no further ahead? Then I have got a challenge for you.

If you ...

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Motivating and Retaining Employees (part 4)

Motivating and Retaining Employees (part 4)

Office Atmosphere

How your employees feel about their jobs is greatly influenced by your office atmosphere. Extravagance to the level of Google’s offices is not necessary, but the office should be attractively decorated and a pleasant place to work. Little things ...

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Which market sector do we specialise in?

Which market sector do we specialise in?

 

Bandura Headhunters

I often get asked the question which market sector do you specialise. The short answer is “all”. However the majority of our assignments come from Construction, Mining and Oil and Gas and that probably does have something to do ...

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Motivating and Retaining Employees (part 3)

Motivating and Retaining Employees (part 3)

Recognition

Numerous studies and surveys have documented the fact that money is not always the primary motivator for most employees. At times it may be a strong consideration for taking on a role but it won’t keep your employees long term.

I ...

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Attitudes to older workers changing

Attitudes to older workers changing

THE common assumption that employers do not like hiring older people is wrong and many would in fact prefer someone over 55 to a younger worker from overseas, new research shows. A government-funded study of 600 large organisations by Monash ...

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Increase productivity by promoting Healthy Nutrition in the Workplace

Increase productivity by promoting Healthy Nutrition in the Workplace

Health and Nutrition

The better the nutrition in the workplace, the more productive employees are likely to be.

The list of economic benefits of offering a workplace health program targeting healthy diet is lengthy and includes: better morale, fewer sick days, higher ...

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Motivating and Retaining Employees (part 2)

Motivating and Retaining Employees (part 2)

Empowerment 

At Bandura I deal with many organisations and many do like to think they empower their employees. There is a critical point that is often missed: It isn’t possible for a leader to simply “empower” someone ...

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Why use a Headhunter?

Why use a Headhunter?

Within each organisation there is a core of well qualified and happy individuals who are not actively looking to change positions.

Headhunters differ from recruitment agencies in that they particularly target these key individuals who tend ...

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