At PeopleSource, we are all about people.
We never fill a vacancy based on a CV alone. Each candidate is met in person to understand their background and skill-set. We talk through their individual achievements to date and future career objectives. Our team will discuss and agree a plan of action which could be a passive or proactive approach. This ensures candidates understand what we will do on their behalf to help them secure their next career step.
We also meet with every client and ensure we deliver a full overview of your organisation to our candidates. Candidates are fully informed before you meet them ensuring that the first interview is beneficial and informative for both parties.
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Newsletter – January 2020
Happy New(ish) Year, we hope you have settled back into your routine after the festive period. January 2020 is ending, and I think we can all agree...
We are delighted to sponsor the Chartered Accountants Ireland Annual Dinner 2020 on Friday 31st February in the Dublin Convention Centre. It’s always a great night...
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Returning to work after maternity leave.
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Train people well enough to leave…and then come back
This appears to be the new approach to talent retention and industry leader Louise Phelan seems to think so too. It&rsq...
I hope you are enjoying your summer so far.
We are delighted to be able to provide you with the full results from our 2019 Tipping Points Survey. We had over 1440 r...