Hello and welcome to the Choralis newsletter.

We hope you're all enjoying the start of the summer - even though it has so far been typically British. Unfortunately, we can't control the weather but what we can do is offer you some fantastic recruitment advice to help you hire and retain the best employees.

We hear a lot about skills shortages as this is something that a lot of companies have had to face when recruiting. Sourcing good candidates is hard and when you do get hold of them, they're often in demand.  
How do you get good candidates to notice your company?

75% of job seekers say that the look and feel of a job posting influences their decision about whether or not to apply for a role so make sure you get this right. 

Also think about where you're posting your adverts. The majority of job seekers are now turning to social media to search for vacancies. In a recent survey amongst those looking for a new role, 56% said that they would use Facebook and 69% said they would use LinkedIn.

Also remember that just because a candidate isn’t suitable for the role you're advertising now, it doesn’t mean they wouldn’t be a great asset to your team in the future. Even if someone is unsuccessful in their application, make sure that you thank them for their time and let them know that you won’t be inviting them in for an interview.

If you would like help finding the right candidates for your finance and accounting roles, please don't hesitate to give us a call on 01753 - 836290 or 01923 - 265159 or drop us an email.

The Choralis Team


News in Brief
* How social media is being used in recruitment

* UK job numbers are being boosted by the number of women who are delaying retirement 

* How to hire and retain the best employees

* 60% of Millennials say that they want to work for a company that has 'purpose'

* What exactly makes a candidate notice your company?

* The influence of Twitter on employer branding and how companies find talent 

* The latest recruitment market analysis (infographic)

* How to fight the war for talent

* More than seven million Brits would rather work from home than get a pay rise

* How to deal with frequent short-term absences

* Have you ever thought about making your office pet-friendly? Here are just a few of the benefits of doing so

* The top 10 excuses employees are using to watch Euro 2016

* Some great ways to improve your communication skills at work

* Strengths-based recruitment: are you hiring people for the wrong jobs?

* If you missed our May newsletter, you can see it here

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