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It can take time to put together a decent presentation. Something with powerful graphics, a clear message based on original research and that takes less than 10 minutes to present. Something like these…



IT Talent Acquisition; the recruiter's view (2019)

IT Talent Acquisition; the recruiter’s view (2019)

A snapshot of our report published in April 2019. Our 3rd survey of the IT recruitment landscape in the UK suggests a shift away from traditional channels – hiring organisations may be trying alternatives in search of improved ROI.

This presentation shows some of the highlights (including the difference of opinion between in-house recruiters and hiring managers), but the full report is available for download at http://bit.ly/CuroReport14.

You can preview one of the slides or just click the download button to receive the presentation in seconds – free of charge.

IT Talent Acquisition; the candidate's view (2017)

IT Talent Acquisition; the candidate’s view (2017)

A snapshot of our report published in July 2017. Our survey shows a disconnect between in-house recruiters and tech job-seekers. Plus, permanent and contract IT staff respond to different approaches. In IT recruitment, one size does not fit all.

This presentation shows some of the highlights (including the difference of opinion between in-house recruiters and candidates), but the full report is available for download at http://bit.ly/CuroReport13.

You can preview one of the slides or just click the download button to receive the presentation in seconds – free of charge.

IT Talent Acquisition; the recruiter's view

IT Talent Acquisition; the recruiter’s view (2017)

A snapshot of our report published in March 2017. This is our 2nd annual survey of the IT recruitment landscape. A lot has changed in the last 12 months. Social media and job boards are evolving and there are fresh challenges in talent acquisition.

This presentation shows some of the highlights (including the difference of opinion between in-house recruiters and hiring managers), but the full report is available for download at http://bit.ly/CuroReport12.

You can preview one of the slides or just click the download button to receive the presentation in seconds – free of charge.