Jobs News Ireland - Hartley People

Candidates: Make Sure Your CV Tells Your Story

As a job candidate, you rely on your CV to make a great first impression. The CV you send to apply for a position is pretty much all recruiters have to judge you by. They use it to build a mental image of you as a candidate. That is why it is so important that

Hartley People earns high praise in Customer Satisfaction survey

Hartley People’s, the South East’s leading talent acquisition firm, has conducted a Customer Satisfaction survey for 2018 and the results reveal that 99% of participants consider the quality of service received to be very high or high. Hartley People Talent Specialists were more popular than ever with 93% confirming that their Talent Specialist was knowledgeable

5 simple steps to improve your candidate experience

How does your screening and selection process contribute to your employer brand? As we approach full employment again, most candidates that you interview are in employment and are passive about making a move, the tables have turned and employers now have to fight for talent again! A thorough process is respected by candidates and indicates

CIPD Employment Law Update Breakfast – Are you GDPR ready?

A must for all employers and HR professionals – Wednesday October 25th (7.30am) sees the return of the CIPD Employment Law Breakfast at The Woodlands Hotel, Waterford. Sean Ormonde of Sean Ormonde & Co Solicitors will present this year’s breakfast sponsored by Hartley People Recruitment. 2017 has been another busy year for developments in employment

Priority Drafting of Legislation to affect zero and Low Hours Contracts

The government has approved draft legislative proposals brought forward by the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Mary Mitchell O Connor TD and the Minister for Employment and small business, Pat Breen TD. The draft proposals, which address zero hour contracts, low hour contracts, banded hours and related matters are targeted at low-paid workers in