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Simply Law partners with Yorkshire Law Society

We recently partnered up with Yorkshire Law Society, one of the oldest local law societies.   The Yorkshire Law Society traces its history back to 1786, where it was established during the reign of George III and the days of William Pitt "the Younger". It...

8 reasons your careers page isn’t working

Question: Do you have a good careers page for your business? If you don’t, you need to ask yourself why as a good careers page is being hailed as the difference between you and your competitors when hiring the best talent. Between 2000 and 2014 alone, the CareerXroads...

The best interview questions you’ve not been asking

  Have you been going through interview after interview but no one is standing out? Or are you still struggling to make a final decision between two great candidates? Have you ever thought your interviewing techniques could be letting you down?...

Job descriptions that actually work

  Ensure that your job title is specific enough to capture the correct candidates. Job titles that are too general will attract views from the wrong people and you will miss out on good candidates.Use keywords for better search ability, allowing job seekers to find...

The 7 candidates all recruiters dread

Have you ever sat in an interview and thought ‘why has this person even bothered to turn up?’ or worse they’ve turned up late! Well, every Recruiter or Hiring Manager understands how important interviews are, making sure a candidate is the right fit for the role and...

LOVE your staff: 13 ways to retain great staff

Your employees are your most valuable resource, loyal staff will be a huge asset for your business. The current average employee turnover rate in the UK is around 15% per year. In a new study by Future Workplace and Kronos, they found that 87% of employers...

Women in Law: pay, progression & attitudes

Women’s rights, feminism, gender bias, the gender pay gap, the ‘me too’ campaign or the ‘times-up’ movement. Whatever phrase you use, it’s 2018 and there's no shying away from it. Now more than ever, sexism towards women in the workplace is...

Recruiting for the legal sector: then & now

The way that law firms recruited and operated was very different back in the 1980’s compared to today. Those 30 odd years may have gone very quickly for some, but things have changed dramatically. If we look at how our employment culture has developed, from the Equal...

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