- 21 August 2019
- 7 min read
Recruiting in health and social care?
Find out how Nurses.co.uk can help your recruitment business or hiring campaigns. Plus, recruiting tips and health industry news.
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Tips for job posting and CV searching
CV Watchdogs are a great way to be the 1st to a new candidate. But most agencies get it wrong. Here's how to beat the pack. Read it now.
Boolean Operators allow you to run focussed CV searches. Here's an introduction to how to use boolean operators. Read it now.
Do you know what makes for an effective job ad? This is what we recommend - a simple and effective digital job ad. Read it now.
If you want to get the best candidates applying to your jobs then you’ll love this online recruitment checklist! Read it now.
GDPR information and advice
In this article I explain what we've done to prepare our job search and application services on Nurses.co.uk and all of our health career sites. Read it now.
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Google For Jobs information and advice
Google For Jobs launched in the US and Canada in 2017. It's was launched in the UK in April 2018. This article explains what Google For Jobs is and does. Read it now.
One thing that Google For Jobs will do is improve the quality of job advertising. In this blog I'm going to explain what Complete means and what Unique means. Read it now.
News - for healthcare recruiters
Foreign-trained doctors help drive up overall numbers in UK 25th October 2019
Thank You Nurses 21st October 2019
Corbyn promises truly universal health service 16th October 2019
Boris Johnson announces plans for 40 new hospitals in England in a decade 30th September 2019
Angry parent tells Boris Johnson shortage of Nurses is not acceptable 19th September 2019
Cancer patients losing out due to nursing staff shortage 13th September 2019
Johnson courts Nurses and Midwives with financial offers 4th September 2019
Chancellor announces £210m funding to help train and retain Nurses 3rd September 2019
Google For Jobs under review by EU anti-trust regulator 28th August 2019
Mental health problems main cause of sick days for NHS workers 26th August 2019
GP surgeries in England ordered to stop half-day closing 21st August 2019
My favourite things about nursing 5th August 2019
How to change your career and become a nurse 31st July 2019
How to get Outstanding in your Care Home - podcast 31st July 2019
Patients at risk from growing NHS waiting lists 12th June 2019
Staff shortages could threaten NHS long-term plan, report warns 18th January 2019
NHS’s 107,000 staff vacancies ‘risk becoming a national emergency’ 11th September 2018
How Are Pressures On The NHS Affecting Nursing Recruitment? 22nd February 2018
How important is immigration for NHS nursing? 3rd November 2016