Tag Archives: Recruitment

The Resource | September 2020 | Issue 6

Epub header for HR and Recruitment Industry

Amid some uncertainty and the continued disruption from all matters CoVid-19 related, we enter this new season with excitement, anticipation and hopefulness. In this month’s Spring Edition we share how remote working has affected our candidate sourcing methodology. We also explore in brief, how the role of the HR Manager has morphed completely in 6 months. Lastly, our poll shows what you think about returning to work.

Hire Power’s Monthly HR Bulletin | The Resource | August 2020 | Issue 5

August is Women’s Month in South Africa and what an exciting month it has been! Hire Power is made up of a team of incredible women, each at a different age and stage in life.  We have enjoyed putting this month’s epub together.  It’s jam-packed with tips, interviews and insights from a powerful woman in human […]

The Art of Recruiting Top Healthcare Professionals

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Searching for a Pulse when Recruiting in the Healthcare Sector. – Written by Monique Prince Working as A Recruitment Consultant in South Africa is not for the faint-hearted especially when one considers the devastating effect that the CoVid19 health crisis has wreaked on the global employment outlook for 2020. “Hiring Intentions for Third Quarter Hit […]

Why Sourcing for Software Developers is Like Searching for the Missing Code.

Searching for a needle in a [hay]stack. The Importance of Gaining More INFOrmation and the use of New TECHnology – Written by Kirsty Geyser It comes as no surprise that the industry of Information Technology is growing at an exceedingly rapid pace. The world is turning to the use of technology to assist in efficiency […]

Go BIG or go HOME baby! 7 changes in 3 months.

Hire Power Vacancies

We’ve been busy! Hire Power has undergone notable change and impressive growth in Q2 of 2019, with many exciting new interventions already underway. We thought we’d share these milestones with you. Many of you met us when we still worked from our suburban Mill Park premises. To provide us with better visibility and with easier […]