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The advantages and disadvantages of internal recruitment

When a position opens up in your organisation, you’ve got a decision to make. Do you choose someone that you are familiar with from within your company? Or do you take the risk of bringing in a fresh candidate who may inject new possibilities into your organisation but may not fit into your company culture, and may not understand your business? The advantages and disadvantages of internal recruitment are worth exploring when deciding your way forward. Similarly, it may be worth looking at external recruitment possibilities outside your business to find the right fit. As a digital recruitment agency, we’ve seen the pros and cons of both hiring strategies, and we’re going to expand on them for you.


Sean Woods joins Salt as Commercial Director to lead new Telecoms division

Salt is delighted to announce the senior appointment of Sean Woods as Commercial Director, who has joined the team to build and head the new Telecoms division. Sean brings over 20 years of experience in Contract recruitment, working his way up from Sales Consultant to Managing Director, specialising in niche sectors. He has developed, grown…


Job hunting has become a lot like online shopping!

Post by Ruby Celine, Country Director, Malaysia What’s the first thing you would do when searching for a job? Now that you’ve painstakingly crafted that resume up to speed, where’s the first place you would go? If the words online or research sprung to mind, then you’re in sync with the majority of candidates who…


Introducing Matilde Platani, Associate Consultant, Marketing, London

My universe is…. Digital Marketing Contracts in UK & Europe – SEM & SEA in PPC, Paid Social, Biddable, Paid Media, Search, Display Programmatic & SEO Fun fact about me… I know all the lyrics to “Hamilton” The one thing I love about London is… Everything – how can you not love London? Favourite Twitter/Instagram…


Procrastinating the right way

Blog post by Ruby Celine, Country Director, Malaysia We all have our moments with procrastination. It’s just one of our foibles as human beings that we’ve come to accept, even chuckle over at times. We love planning, but let’s be honest…unless we’re obliged to a deadline or at risk of some sort, the doing can…


Introducing Zoe Burgess, Associate Consultant, Technology, Sydney

My universe… focuses on finding the top talent in the Technology space. I search for the best candidates in computer science and IT skills to accommodate the growing need for technological advancement and innovation for companies across many industries. I concentrate on finding talent and experience with a range of various tech tacks best suited to…


Introducing Holly Gordon, Associate Consultant, Sales, Dubai

My universe is…. Client servicing Fun fact about me…I’m a self-confessed shopaholic! If I had to eat one meal for the rest of my life, it would be… crisps and dip! At the weekend I love to… go spend my money in Zara then go brunching! One of my pet peeves is… people who chew their fork…


What the British say, what the British mean…

Post by Ann-Marie Oppenheimer I am a German living in London. Despite the fact that we are all Europeans, we all live in the “free Western world”, we all learn English in school and I am a communication expert by profession, I wonder if I always understand my fellow Londoners correctly? To be honest, I…


How the role of a salesperson has changed

Post by Shalini Balraj, Senior Principal Consultant, Malaysia I have always been curious to see how the digital landscape has changed the way the community works. Especially when it comes to sales, we have seen a shift in the way sales is done. Once upon a time, a salesperson was the only go-to point of…


Introducing Joshua Lowe, Associate Consultant, Technology, Melbourne

My universe is… Data and Security. Data drives many business decisions and companies need professionals who can handle that data, from analysts, scientists, engineers, and architects. There is also a quickly developing need for candidates that can help secure that data from external access. We’re helping to find those who can extract meaningful insights from…


Introducing Keo Marion Salonga, Candidate Acquisition Consultant, Contracting, Singapore

My universe is… somewhat unique as I cover everything from Technology, Sales and Marketing, HR and Business Support, and Creative. I’m fully dedicated to the Contract team to have a sustainable pipeline of active talent in our database for our evergreen roles — as Jacqui coined it, “I am the Sustainability Manager for candidates!”. How…


To contract or not to contract

Over the last half a decade, work structures have drastically changed and expanded beyond the traditional nine-to-five, five-day-a-week job. Though full-time, permanent work still exists, the parameters and expectations of permanent positions have taken a drastic turn towards greater flexibility in hours and location. Similarly, the turn of the century has seen a rise in the prevalence of contract work. Contract workers, or freelancers, are independent professionals who work on fixed-term contracts with an employer to complete a particular project. But what is a contractor? And what are the benefits of freelance and contract work? How do these compare to the benefits of a permanent position? 


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