Tag Archives: Recruitment

Infographic: Top Recruiters Worldwide – (Jan. – Jun. 2018 vs Jan. – Jun. 2017)

This entry was posted in Employment trends, Infographics, JobisJob Data, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , on by Ixone.

This is the latest infographic of the worldwide series, and this time we explore which were the recruiters that had the most number of offers per country from January to June 2018.

In the labour market, recruiters are often the conduit between the candidate and the company, and that’s why when looking for a job, it is important to be aware of the role that recruiters play in the selection process. This infographic shows us that Hays and Randstad are two of the most important recruiters worldwide.

By transforming raw data into knowledge, our analytical tool Job Market Insights offers this detailed view of the contracting market. As can be seen throughout this series of four infographics, Job Market Insights covers the current business development needs. It is designed to help you make strategic decisions, so to make them accurate contact insights@jobisjob.com.

RECRUITERS - WORLDWIDE - INFOGRAPHIC

Infographic: The Engineering Sector Worldwide – 2017

This entry was posted in Employment trends, Infographics, JobisJob Data and tagged , , , , on by Alfonso Pujalte.

Utilising our Big Data tool Job Market Insights, we continue our analysis of the top sectors worldwide publishing the most jobs. In this new instalment we show market share per country for the Engineering sector, top job titles listed by country and number of companies that are hiring in each market.

Do you know if Engineering is getting a foothold in the labour market where you are? Find out this and more here. For more information contact us at insights@jobisjob.com.

worldwide-en

 

Video Infographic | Labour Market Trends in the UK 2017

This entry was posted in Infographics, JobisJob Data and tagged , , , , , , , on by María Aragón.

2017 has been a busy time for the UK labour market. Discover what cities had the highest number of job vacancies, which sectors were most in demand, and the top job titles during 2017 in the UK. Our infographic summarises all of these market trends and more. Stay abreast in the era of Big Data with Job Market Insights, the only tool that offers knowledge for growth!

Continue reading

New Recruitment Trends 2016

This entry was posted in Advice for recruiters, Articles and tagged , on by María Aragón.

staff-selection-recruitment-trendsNew trends, practices and techniques in personnel recruitment that are set to become established throughout 2016. Just when it looks like you have all the answers, the questions change.

It appears that recruitment processes tend to follow that dynamic. In addition to the new personnel recruitment techniques that we mentioned some time ago, there are other practices used by companies to attract desired talent that are worthy of note. Some are not new but they are now beginning to become established and used intensively.

Continue reading

What’s Does Your LinkedIn Photo Tell Us?

This entry was posted in Articles, CV writing and tagged , , on by Jeannine.

If you’re not on LinkedIn, you should be. LinkedIn is the fastest growing social business and networking platform out there, and if you’re looking for a job, it’s where you need to be. LinkedIn allows you to upload your job history, spoken languages, skills, volunteer experience and organisations and causes you are about. In a nutshell, your LinkedIn page is your CV, and it’s online, for everyone to see.

What’s really important, and what we think many job seekers overlook, is the LinkedIn profile picture. We can’t stress this enough. In fact, a few months ago we published an article on how to take the perfect LinkedIn profile picture. If you’re still struggling with taking the perfect profile picture, we’ve found a really unique tool that analyses your photograph based on 3 critical factors.

Why is your photo so important?


Today, more and more recruiters and companies are hiring through social media platforms. That means they’re looking into your LinkedIn profile, your Facebook, even your Tumblr and Instagram. The line between personal and professional life is becoming a little hazy, but we’d rather be safe than sorry by making the right online impression.

Continue reading