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Attraction and recruitment advice

This section offers information about candidate attraction. Check out our handy articles on how to attract the best talent to your business.
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Here’s a step-by-step guide of what you can expect when you work with us to recruit a new permanent, temporary or contract employee.
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Michael Page provides a flexible and personalised recruitment service to employers wanting to hire across a range of sectors for permanent, temporary or contract roles.
It’s often said that people are a company’s most important asset, and while this is certainly true, it’s also correct to say that the right people, doing the right job, can make a good company great.
If you want to attract the best candidates you have to really sell your organisation and role. 
Attracting top talent to your organisation doesn’t just happen by chance. Aside from creating a compelling brand message and corporate culture, you should ensure your job descriptions (the first point of contact with many of your candidates) are effective.
No matter the job, industry or sector, people will always ask of a job, “What’s in it for me?” Remuneration, rewards and the ability to influence all play a big part in it.
Assessment centres were traditionally a feature of volume recruitment campaigns but employers are increasingly incorporating them into their selection process for key roles.
Try gaining insight into the way your candidate really thinks by asking behavioural interview questions.
At Michael Page, we gain insight into both sides of the recruitment process so we know how much emphasis is placed on interview preparation for candidates.
Competency based questions are used in an effort to make the interview process as standard and as fair as possible.
Michael Page has been in professional recruitment for 35 years and our consultants aren’t paid on commission – that means impartial, expert advice and an entire team working on your behalf.