Last week we were proud to be reawarded silver accreditation by Investors in People. Beginning in 1991 as a government project, Investors in People is now an independent not-for-profit organisation that recognises excellence in people management.
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Recruitment has drastically changed since its beginnings. The early days of the industry saw candidates being hired through word-of-mouth, family and friends, or a postcard propped up in a window. In its current form, recruitment was born just after World War II, when the post-war boom led organisations to find other ways to resource their growing teams. The first recruitment agencies were founded and the CV was invented as a way to highlight skills and experience.
The internet is a vital part of all of our lives. It’s been around for almost three decades and has become increasingly advanced and complex during that time. But it isn’t fool proof. Although more processes behind the internet are being automated, as recent cases have shown, the need for a human touch is more important than ever before.
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