Hiring the right people

Hiring the right people

The Secret to a Successful Trustee Board

A thriving trustee board is one that champions diversity. So how do you go about recruiting the trustees your board so desperately needs?

Hiring the right people

Why Charities Need More Millennials in the Workforce

Millennials make up the largest generational workforce in the UK. Find out how your charity can benefit from bringing them on board.

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How to Write a Job Ad That Candidates (And Google) Love

If you’re a charity, how do you optimise your job ad in the age of Google for Jobs? We take a look at how to appeal to both candidates and Google.

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Creating a Company Culture that Attracts the Best Talent

Defining your organisational culture will help recruit the right talent. Let’s take a closer look at how.

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Everything You Need to Know About Onboarding Employees at Your Charity

It doesn’t matter how big or small the charity, or how junior the role—good onboarding is essential if you want to retain the best talent. Find out all the steps you need to take to make your new employees feel welcome.

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The Benefits of Bringing Young Trustees On Board

Here at some of the most common questions organisations have regarding onboarding young trustees.

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The Job Offer – What Do Candidates Really Care About?

The job offer is, in every way, a big deal. Do you sometimes struggle to attract the right candidates? Check out these insights from CharityJob, we explain just what it is candidates in the charity sector care about.

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Is the Charity Sector Scaring Off Good Candidates?

In such a candidate driven job market, it’s important to grab the attention of the best talent from the get-go. But you’d be surprised how many recruiters in the charity sector are letting these people slip through their fingers at the first hurdle…