Recruitment SEO: Googoe Index Saturaton

Imagine the following scenario:

First in Google for your keyword!
Your web site has one page, and the site is with that page linked first for your main keyword. One would say this is the search engine optimisation done very well. The site is first for its keyword. What else can one ask for?

First in Google for all your keywords!
When will realise there are multiple keywords your site need to be first for in Google searches. One page will not make it easily. You will create one page for each keyword. It usually starts with the page for ‘Clients’ and ‘Job Seekers’. You will optimise each of those pages to get on top of Google searches for your search keyword of search phrase. Most recruitment agencies would naturally want to be ranked on top for a phrase “Recruitment Agency” – to attract Clients. Then there are similar keywords targeted to Job Seekers like “Jobs in IT”, or whatever your agency specialises in. If you get first for those search keywords – have you done your SEO good? Of course, you are first in Google for all your main keywords.

Highly ranked in Google for every single one of your jobs, pages and blog posts (and having tons of them!)
In this scenario you are not really first for search phrases like the usual hot one “Recruitment Agency”. Instead all your jobs are on top or close to the top for ANY relevant keyword to that job. You cannot really define what keywords you are highly ranked for, since it depends on what jobs you have advertised on your site at that time.

If you don’t have jobs in a particular industry, or for some reason they don’t rank as well as your competition, you write blogs about those industries. In essence what you are doing is you are creating more content and publishing it on more pages on your web site. Those new pages then start ranking for the keywords you are writing about. What you are doing is you are saturation Google index and the Google search results pages with your entries. This enables you to capture traffic for any search phrase you are interested. Your web site becomes an inbound marketing platform that is quite simple to use. Need some Java developers? Just write about the Java development on your site. Get that content in Google index, and anyone searching for Java Development will see your site listed in the Google search results. If you write interesting articles and they are nicely presented in the search results – anyone looking for a Java development will come to your site!

This is what I call Google Saturation. It is a process of submitting the content on your web site to Google, for various search phrases you are interested in. Notice the difference between the top two scenarios. We don’t have the ”Main Keyword(s)” we want to rank for on top of the search engines.

The table below show the Google Saturation of 29 recruitment agency web sites and www.JobsBlog.ie as a marker. The number next to each web site shows the total number of pages Google has from each web site.

Note that this table is the first on in this Recruitment SEO series that show really drastic differences between the 29 randomly chosen recruitment agency web sites.

URL Google Index
http://www.cpl.ie  496000
http://www.morganmckinley.ie  291000
http://www.hays.ie  184000
http://www.eolas.ie  10700
http://www.collinsmcnicholas.ie  7580
http://www.icds.ie  6980
http://www.brightwater.ie  5680
http://www.peoplegroup.ie  5490
http://www.rftgroup.ie  4810
http://www.Vantage.ie  4660
http://www.jobsblog.ie  4430
http://www.frsrecruitment.com  2390
http://www.hrm.ie  783
http://www.qedrecruitment.ie  610
http://www.careerwise.ie  602
http://www.Stelfox.ie  601
http://www.recruitmentplus.ie  533
http://www.3qrecruitment.ie  528
http://www.EdenRecruitment.ie  471
http://www.accountancysolutions.ie  446
http://www.MatrixRecruitment.ie  302
http://www.gempool.ie  190
http://www.Recruiters.ie  189
http://www.placeme.ie  145
http://www.hudson.ie  138
http://www.harmonics.ie  100
http://www.Brompton.ie  62
http://www.enterprisepeople.ie  37
http://www.solasconsulting.ie  5
http://www.Sigmar.ie  n/f

 

By looking at your web site visitors logs in a program like Google Analytics you will notice that even linked first for your most important keyword it still delivers traffic that is a very small percentage of your total visitors traffic from Google for all the other keywords combined. If you have a high Google Saturation – meaning hundreds thousands of pages featured in the Google search results, the traffic for your main 10 most important keywords brings less than 1% of your total traffic! And as such, the ranking for one individual keyword becomes irrelevant to the overall traffic of the whole site. If you want to make a success in capturing the largest possible amount of the free traffic, this is definitely the route to go. Think big! THINK BIG!

Google Saturation is one of the key factors of SEO. It is also the most often ignored one.

Recruitment SEO: Links are the currency on the web!

Search engine optimisation is in essence a huge amount of statistical analysis and a lot of trials and errors. There is not book about it, since by the time it gets printed it is completely outdated. There are two SEO Rules:

Content is King
Links are the currency on the web

Nothing else matters as much to your web site ranking as the content you have on your site and the links from other web sites to your site. If you get those two things right – your will get the free traffic from the search engines. Relevant traffic – people searching for what your web site text copy is about.

We looked at the Google PR, MozRank and Alexa rank of the 29 recruitment agencies. Today we will look at the links towards those 29 web sites. The numbers next to each recruitment agency web site show the total number of links found on the web pointing to each domain. The more links to it – the more search engines ‘Like’ the domain, and hence show it’s web pages higher in the search engine results.

This site JobsBlog.ie is within them again as a tracker for performance.

URL

SEOmoz Link Count

www.hays.ie 117643
www.cpl.ie 59629
www.morganmckinley.ie 34688
www.eolas.ie 8333
www.brightwater.ie 6766
www.jobsblog.ie 6552
www.peoplegroup.ie 4235
www.hudson.ie 3357
www.careerwise.ie 2689
www.3qrecruitment.ie 1707
www.Sigmar.ie 1630
www.hrm.ie 1453
www.EdenRecruitment.ie 766
www.rftgroup.ie 580
www.collinsmcnicholas.ie 578
www.icds.ie 539
www.frsrecruitment.com 491
www.qedrecruitment.ie 358
www.accountancysolutions.ie 318
www.Recruiters.ie 305
www.gempool.ie 189
www.Stelfox.ie 187
www.recruitmentplus.ie 177
www.Vantage.ie 149
www.harmonics.ie 141
www.solasconsulting.ie 110
www.MatrixRecruitment.ie 92
www.placeme.ie 25
www.enterprisepeople.ie 23
www.Brompton.ie 12

Any surprises above?

Recruitment SEO: Alexa traffic ranking

After ranking the Irish recruitment agency web sites based on the Google PageRank and less known SEOmoz rank here is the one most marketers are familiar with: Alexa. What Alexa does exactly and how does it do it was a topic of a debate from the day Alexa have started publishing the traffic ranking scores. Some people like it, and some don’t. As with most of the ranking algorithms it is usually the people featured on top that agree with Alexa’s results, and the ones ranked towards the bottom would have a different opinion. But that is the nature of every semi obscure ranking system. And in the world of SEO, nothing is really that straight forward!

What does Alexa web site ranking number mean?

What does Alexa say about their ranking number? They say that the Alexa number associated to each web site is its ranking in the overall global web traffic. So site with the Alexa’s No. 1 is the web site with the most visitors, and as the ranking number grows the lower you are on the list of the sites based on the number of visitors. So the smaller the Alexa ranking score, the more traffic your web site has (according to Alexa).

So here is the same list of the 29 Irish recruitment agencies and the www.JobsBlog.ie within them so you can use it as a benchmark. There are some results that are just “screaming out” in this Alexa web site traffic ranking list. I’ll let you be the judge of it yourself:

URL

Alexa Rank

http://www.cpl.ie

291100

http://www.morganmckinley.ie

336866

http://www.hays.ie

803824

http://www.brightwater.ie

874987

http://www.peoplegroup.ie

1274311

http://www.Vantage.ie

1441180

http://www.eolas.ie

1769945

http://www.jobsblog.ie

1817137

http://www.icds.ie

1854172

http://www.frsrecruitment.com

1997184

http://www.EdenRecruitment.ie

2428334

http://www.collinsmcnicholas.ie

2595232

http://www.hrm.ie

2811817

http://www.recruitmentplus.ie

3457055

http://www.careerwise.ie

4564311

http://www.Stelfox.ie

4828821

http://www.Recruiters.ie

4831059

http://www.rftgroup.ie

5312061

http://www.3qrecruitment.ie

6804532

http://www.MatrixRecruitment.ie

8119435

http://www.accountancysolutions.ie

8669731

http://www.gempool.ie

8720144

http://www.solasconsulting.ie

9507536

http://www.hudson.ie

12469855

http://www.enterprisepeople.ie

12578768

http://www.placeme.ie

17197072

http://www.qedrecruitment.ie

18446204

http://www.harmonics.ie

18661080

http://www.Sigmar.ie n/f
http://www.Brompton.ie n/f

Why are there two web sites that have no data in Alexa? I have absolutely no clue.

Now, if you compare the Alexa ranking above and the two lists we have looked at before: The Google PageRank and SEOmoz MozRank, there are some obvious similarities. It is especially obvious towards the tops of the lists. The same recruitment agency web sites feature the top spots, and there are no “Big Surprises” there. If you r site is high in one listing, it is high in the other two as well.

Recruitment SEO: 29 Irish recruitment web sites SEO Ranking by mozRank

102 people have visited the Recruitment SEO: Google PR yesterday, where I listed the 29 recruitment agency web sites based on their Google PageRank. It even stirred some comments and discussions in the social media. Mostly on LinkedIn as it is expected since the recruitment social network LinkedIn is a “natural habitat” for an average recruiter.

The Google PR has it’s quirkiness. It is fantastic and horrible in the same time. It needs to be looked at relative to each web site as opposed to the absolute ranking number. That makes it almost useless to the people outside of the search engine optimisation industry. This is why so many people dismiss the Google PageRank. It is not the easiest to “get” actually.

Today we will look at the same group of the 29 recruitment agency web sites and this blog www.JobsBlog.ie and compare them a different by third party ranking mechanism. We will look at the ranking by the SEOmoz: MozRank. Here is what the SEOmoz site says about the MozRank:

What is MozRank?

MozRank represents a link popularity score. It reflects the importance of any given web page on the Internet. Pages earn MozRank by the number and quality of other pages that link to them. The higher the quality of the incoming links, the higher the MozRank.

How is MozRank Scored?

We calculate this score on a logarithmic scale between 1 and 10. Thus, it’s much easier to improve from a MozRank of 3 to 4 than it is to improve from 8 to 9. An “average” MozRank of what most people think of a normal page on the Internet is around 3.

How can MozRank be improved?

A web page’s mozRank can be improved by getting lots of links from semi-popular pages or a few links from very popular pages.

Note that MozRank is all about links. The number of links to your web site and their link quality. It is very safe to assume that a higher MozRank results in the larger amount of the referral traffic – from the web sites linking to your site.

Recruitemnt   Agency mozRank
http://www.morganmckinley.ie 6.22
http://www.cpl.ie 6.17
http://www.hays.ie 6.11
http://www.Vantage.ie 5.84
http://www.eolas.ie 5.62
http://www.brightwater.ie 5.49
http://www.hudson.ie 5.42
http://www.gempool.ie 5.04
http://www.jobsblog.ie 5.01
http://www.peoplegroup.ie 4.95
http://www.3qrecruitment.ie 4.93
http://www.hrm.ie 4.92
http://www.frsrecruitment.com 4.84
http://www.placeme.ie 4.74
http://www.harmonics.ie 4.56
http://www.Sigmar.ie 4.34
http://www.rftgroup.ie 4.33
http://www.collinsmcnicholas.ie 4.29
http://www.careerwise.ie 4.15
http://www.icds.ie 4.09
http://www.EdenRecruitment.ie 4.08
http://www.Brompton.ie 3.9
http://www.qedrecruitment.ie 3.75
http://www.Recruiters.ie 3.69
http://www.accountancysolutions.ie 3.68
http://www.recruitmentplus.ie 3.63
http://www.Stelfox.ie 3.55
http://www.MatrixRecruitment.ie 3.43
http://www.enterprisepeople.ie 2.71
http://www.solasconsulting.ie 2.67

Notice the difference and the similarity of the SEOmoz MozRank ranking of the 29 recruitment agencies above and the Google PageRank ranking from the blog post yesterday. How to judge if your MozRank is good compared to the other recruitment agencies? This blog http://www.jobsblog.ie/ has a MozRank of 5.01. The general rule you can adopt is – if your company web site is below a personal blog, you might want to do something about it.

Any surprises in the recruitment agency web sites ranking by SEOmoz MozRank above? Do you find it more or less relevant than the Google PR ranking?

Recruitment SEO: Google PR

Working on the search engine optimization of the recruitment agency web site, the first think one should look at is the competition. What other agencies are competing for the same keywords. One could widen the analysis further, and look what other sites like job boards, recruitment social media sites, employer career pages or blogs are competing for the same keywords. The first task is checking your direct competitors. The quickest way to check ‘Who is Who’ in your industry is to check the Google PageRank (Google PR). There are million other things you should measure, but Google has done its best to measure it all for you, and give you a very simple score. Google PR number. From 0 to 10 (where 10 is the best).

Here is a list of randomly picked largest recruitment agencies in Ireland and their web site Google PR score.

Web Site

Google PR

http://www.cpl.ie

6

http://www.hudson.ie

6

http://www.brightwater.ie

5

http://www.hays.ie

5

http://www.Sigmar.ie

5

http://www.collinsmcnicholas.ie

5

http://www.eolas.ie

5

http://www.accountancysolutions.ie

5

http://www.morganmckinley.ie

4

http://www.hrm.ie

4

http://www.EdenRecruitment.ie

4

http://www.frsrecruitment.com

4

http://www.rftgroup.ie

4

http://www.recruitmentplus.ie

4

http://www.icds.ie

4

http://www.Vantage.ie

4

http://www.Brompton.ie

4

http://www.careerwise.ie

4

http://www.jobsblog.ie

4

http://www.Stelfox.ie

3

http://www.MatrixRecruitment.ie

3

http://www.gempool.ie

3

http://www.Recruiters.ie

3

http://www.qedrecruitment.ie

3

http://www.3qrecruitment.ie

3

http://www.placeme.ie

3

http://www.peoplegroup.ie

3

http://www.harmonics.ie

3

http://www.solasconsulting.ie

2

http://www.enterprisepeople.ie

2

Note I have also put this blog here in the mix. It is a benchmark really more than anything else. The rule of thumb could be here, if you are above JobsBlog.ie you are OK. If you are below you should look into it since your SEO is obviously not really done right, hence no job applicants on your company web site.

Careers Service: ‘DIT Style’

I got an email from the Dublin Institute of Technology to check their new Careers Site called “JobScene”.
This is the exact text that welcomed me there:

To access jobscene and view our current opportunities you must register first.

I must register to see jobs? I am guessing there is a reason for it? Perhaps it is a closed service just for DIT Students? Well the second sentence reads:

To register: Enter your name, email address and date of birth. It is not compulsory to enter a student number.

So, I do not have to be a DIT Student to see the jobs? You just need my age? Why?

The fact that one cannot see the jobs without revealing his/her age is something I really do not understand. Not only it might be a slight problem that Google will not reveal it’s age, hence the website SEO is dead before it started, but why do you need my age, and email, name and whatever else you need to reveal the job openings just baffles me. The DIT Careers people obviously know something you and I don’t!

As a job seeker – one would never sign up to it.

There is also a great service for the Employers. Here is what the DIT Careers Service site reads:

Employers: To pledge a job click on Hireland.ie.
What is Hireland.ie ? Hireland is an initiative brought to you not by the government or any lobby group, but by ordinary people who realise we all need to do things for ourselves. We need to Kickstart Ireland. So Hireland is asking Irish Businesses to think differently – and to pledge a short or long term job now.
WHAT HAPPENS WITH MY PLEDGE?
Your company will appear on our Pledgers wall and becomes a positive ripple effect for all to see. Your pledge will be counted and become part of Hireland’s Growth index and form part of a powerful voice that Ireland is open for business.

So as an employer I can’t advertise my jobs on the DIT Careers Service web site, but am sent to some other web site? And there I actually cannot advertise jobs but get listed on “Pledgers wall and becomes a positive ripple effect for all to see.”
Eek? I don’t need a ripple effect? I need staff?

Unbelievable? Yes, I agree. But here is a screenshot of the page.

#NRFConf

Most recent 99 results returned for keyword: #NRFconf

heskethmj

heskethmj : RT @RECPress: 3. Our very own @kevingreenrec spoke at the #NRFconf on Thursday. A summary of his talk in his own words: http://t.co/vbko9NK4

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JobsBoardie

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Gary_REC

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brianmac16

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dmac120

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louisetriance : Catching up on the twitter feed from the #NRFconf – looks v interesting. Shame I’m not there.

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kevingreenrec

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VGowen

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JobsBoardie

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Deborah_OLeary

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IrishRecruiter

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Deborah_OLeary

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socialtalent

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Matrixrecruit : RT: @JoanneFoley82
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JenKen74

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Deborah_OLeary

Deborah_OLeary : Climbing Everest sounds horrific to me but lots of lessons in endurance we can apply to business to ensure improved performance! #NRFconf

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LanderAssoc

LanderAssoc : #NRFconf Singapore is our Mt Everest and we have the team to do it. See you at the summit!

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LanderAssoc : #NRFconf thanks for the inspiration Ian Taylor who successfully climbed Mt Everest. http://t.co/uL7daBXE

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JenKen74

JenKen74 : @Everestclimber fantastic to hear, standing on top of the world literally #NRFconf

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ManpowerIreland

ManpowerIreland : RT @Deborah_OLeary: Have passion and vision and you can achieve what you want – Ian Taylor at the #NRFconf (with scary footage of climbing Everest!)

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extrastaff

extrastaff : RT @kevingreenrec: Doing a panel session on AWR later at #NRFconf my message is we can deal with this and it won’t destroy the temp Market

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DoctorsRecruit : RT @IrishRecruiter: #NRFConf Frank Collins: “Agency Worker Directive” will be the law this month http://t.co/bpD950MZ

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IrishRecruiter

IrishRecruiter : RT @kevingreenrec: #NRFconf how many Irish recruiters are going to come across the sea for #ciett2012 one world, one industry,one event see u there

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IrishRecruiter

IrishRecruiter : @JenKen74 And I am closest to the Lilly’s chocks! #nrfconf

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Deborah_OLeary

Deborah_OLeary : Have passion and vision and you can achieve what you want – Ian Taylor at the #NRFconf (with scary footage of climbing Everest!)

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CalibreSimon

CalibreSimon : @dcsupersales @kevingreenrec Great to hear; #NRFconf et al are key for raising std’s, industry profile & professionalism

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itimestraining

itimestraining : @lilyobriens impressive and inspiring stuff from Mary Anne O’Brien €36million raised for Jack&Jill since 2008 shes one busy lady! #NRFconf

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IRCrecruitment

IRCrecruitment : Social media is a recurring theme, apparently 11% of population in Ireland are now on twitter #nrfconf

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IRCrecruitment

IRCrecruitment : Other updates AWD bill being passed is imminent #nrfconf

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frankdurrell

frankdurrell : Amazing chocolates. Thanks Mary Anne! #NRFconf

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dubhlinnhouse

dubhlinnhouse : Senator Mary Anne OBrien very engaging motivational speaker AND she makes gorgeous chocolates..#nrfconf

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jojomccann : RT @LanderAssoc: #NRFconf Senator Mary Ann O’Brian offers us sticky toffee pudding chocs to be a great audience! http://t.co/4qHGmXZQ

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JenKen74

JenKen74 : @james147 and feed them chocolate!! #NRFconf

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LanderAssoc : #NRFconf Very engaging entrepreneur w grt anecdotes + examples of what makes rect co a success for her, as an employer http://t.co/dUQTplOo

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IRCrecruitment

IRCrecruitment : Agency temps apparently key to Lily O’Briens business #nrfconf

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BevGilder : RT @LanderAssoc: #NRFconf Senator Mary Ann O’Brian offers us sticky toffee pudding chocs to be a great audience! http://t.co/4qHGmXZQ

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james147

james147 : #nrfconf get in the heart and the head of your customers says MaryAnn O Brien

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TrendsIreland

TrendsIreland : #nrfconf is now trending in Ireland http://t.co/n67SAVsC

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kevingreenrec

kevingreenrec : #NRFconf how many Irish recruiters are going to come across the sea for #ciett2012 one world, one industry,one event see u there

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LanderAssoc : #NRFconf Senator Mary Ann O’Brian offers us sticky toffee pudding chocs to be a great audience! http://t.co/4qHGmXZQ

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KellyServicesIE

KellyServicesIE : @kevingreenrec little bit less admin here without the 12 week derogation period hopefully though :-) #NRFconf

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kevingreenrec

kevingreenrec : @brianmac16 great presentation on how to improve business performance. Some really good examples of how to do it. #NRFconf

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Aimee1708 : #NRFconf Mary Ann O’Brien talking about her chocolates. Hoping for some freebies http://t.co/2XiLiVkq

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itimestraining

itimestraining : Senator Mary Anne O’Brien chairperson of Lily O’Briens Irish Chocolates has one for everyone in the audience ! #NRFconf

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kevingreenrec

kevingreenrec : RT @IrishRecruiter: @kevingreenrec Great presentation on #nrfconf Kevin! Liked the “2 Speed Labour Market”! #hr

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dubhlinnhouse

dubhlinnhouse : Looking forward to nrf fact sheet on AWD #nrfconf

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kevingreenrec

kevingreenrec : @KellyServicesIE sounds like what we have had in place for the last 6 months in the UK is very similar to your act #NRFconf

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dubhlinnhouse

dubhlinnhouse : Agency workers can use the canteen! Companies dont have to discriminate against agency workers anymore – Frank Collins #nrfconf

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IrishRecruiter

IrishRecruiter : Do you know this is the first NRF conf where the hashtag is used? :) #nrfconf #IrishRecruiters

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IrishRecruiter

IrishRecruiter : @kevingreenrec Great presentation on #nrfconf Kevin! Liked the “2 Speed Labour Market”! #hr

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Deborah_OLeary

Deborah_OLeary : Great to see #NRFconf trending-lots of interesting topics being discussed today-including AWD update by Frank Collins which is v helpful.

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RosettaBroy

RosettaBroy : RT @itimestraining: Come to our Facebook & Twitter for Business 1 day Masterclass on 26 June with Krishna De of BizGrowth News #NRFconf

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IrishRecruiter

IrishRecruiter : RT @brightwater98: 20% increase in permanent positions filled http://t.co/y9cYIg28 #NRFconf #Jobs

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jojomccann

jojomccann : EU directive update at #nrfconf

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IrishRecruiter : #NRFConf Frank Collins: “Agency Worker Directive” will be the law this month http://t.co/bpD950MZ

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brianmac16

brianmac16 : Enjoyed speaking at the NRF Conference this morning #nrfconf

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JenKen74

JenKen74 : RT @KellyServicesIE: AWD passed in the dail and now with president. Will be signed in about 7 days. #nrfconf

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brianmac16

brianmac16 : RT @JenKen74: Under performers not given the right feedback creates a false performance and no improvement #NRFconf

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brianmac16 : RT @LanderAssoc: #NRFconf Brian MacNiece presents steps to leading successfully performing teams – excellent stuff using new research http://t.co/KPNC7OUW

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dubhlinnhouse

dubhlinnhouse : RT @kevingreenrec: Doing a panel session on AWR later at #NRFconf my message is we can deal with this and it won’t destroy the temp Market

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brightwater98

brightwater98 : Interesting presentation from Frank Collins on AWD update #NRFconf

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dubhlinnhouse

dubhlinnhouse : At #nrfconf in citywest. Very interesting recruit insights esp in social media..

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