Here at VIQU, we’re pleased to announce the appointment of Rebecca Davis as our marketing manager. Having never employed a marketeer before, we decided it was time to take the… Read more»
With the IT and Cyber Security industry spend estimated to increase from 16 billion to 1.6 trillion GBP globally and VIQU’s continued focus on developing Expert 2 Expert recruitment consultants,… Read more»
The VIQU Academy is a dream coming true for all those who want to have a training to build their career in the IT industry. The main goal of the… Read more»
My board and I launched VIQU in October 2014 with the shared vision of building an IT & Cyber recruitment company with a people centric approach, aimed at delivering only… Read more»
VIQU’s Tier 2 Worker Program Wins the APSCo Awards for Excellence
We’re super excited to welcome the latest member to Team VIQU, Tristan Thompson. TT as he’s known at VIQU HQ, will be heading up our ‘Management & Project Leadership’ e2e… Read more»
Cybercriminals are no longer solely attacking big corporations but are increasingly turning their attention to small firms. Nearly half of the global attacks logged during the course of 2015… Read more»
You’ve probably had it happen to you at the start of an interview. You extend your hand and in return you get a wimpy handshake, a “fist-bump” substitute, or a wet clammy handshake that is an intermediate turnoff. Although weak hiring handshakes are quite common, to most they may seem like an insignificant part of interviewing. But everyone involved in the hiring process needs to take notice and be aware of the high negative business impact of handshake bias.
These are just a couple of questions on many HR Professionals’ agendas at present. Faced with candidates moving more often and the agency costs associated, tighter budgets and the need to deliver more for less, savvy managers are realising they are in a position to capitalise on their employer brand and rely less on agencies to source talent.
More of our clients and candidates are turning to Social Selling as a way of connecting with their market and other likeminded individuals.