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Imriel Morgan

Imriel Morgan

Imriel is the Head of Content and Communications at Nudj- Talent Referral App. Imriel is an upcoming authority on the latest technological advances in HR and Recruitment Tech as well as being an advocate for Diversity in the workplace.
Imriel Morgan

Imriel Morgan

Imriel is the Head of Content and Communications at Nudj- Talent Referral App. Imriel is an upcoming authority on the latest technological advances in HR and Recruitment Tech as well as being an advocate for Diversity in the workplace.

Breaking the Code: Attracting Tech In The UK

The UK has become a serious contender for building a tech start up. London has a thriving close knit community of entrepreneurs that have a thirst for learning and networking. As you would imagine small tech communities are a hot bed for referrals. Hiring for small companies is absolutely essential and if you quit your non-HR day job to try your hand running a company posting on job boards and calling cowboy recruiters are costly mistakes to make. When we carried out our UK Tech Talent survey the results were a little surprising. We have seen a lot of statistics from the US regarding finding

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How To Attract Tech Talent (Infographic)

Some of you may have already noticed that the battle for the best Tech Talent has already commenced and the likes of Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon are hogging all the great candidates. So how do you compete and attract tech talent to your organization? It’s simple… give these candidates what they want. Inc.com produced a list of the most absurd ways companies try to attract tech talent which certainly has some very wacky/creative ideas. For more realistic tips, then here are my top 3 tips on how to attract tech talent: 1.  Employee Referrals If you already have a successful company with a

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How To Make People Want To Work For You (Infographic)

Google received over a million applications last year.  For the fifth year running, it was named #1 on Fortune’s list of the Top 100 Companies to Work For.  And for good reason: it’s employees enjoyed 100,000 hours of free massages in 2012, in-office happy hours, all the free gourmet food they could eat, and hundreds of other amazing perks.  As you may have heard––thanks to its incredibly talented and hard-working employees––Google is also one of the most innovative companies in the world today.  It has gained that status by providing its workforce with an ideal environment in which to be creative,

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