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Recruitment is About Adaptability Now


It’s 8:00 a.m. Do you know where your job candidates are? Maybe they’re taking the train in to work a mediocre job. Maybe they’re in a different part of the country. Or maybe they’re in an office just down the hall. Your recruiting reach extends in a lot of different directions, which is one reason why adaptability is so important now. Adopting a bespoke attitude in a cookie cutter world could make all the difference.

There’s no such thing as a singular effective recruiting approach anymore, not even if you’re promoting from within. That might come as a blow, but it’s good to shake things up once in a while. Finding and hiring, not to mention keeping, candidates requires adaptability now. It doesn’t have to be difficult, and it might even be fun.


Becoming an adaptable recruiter means approaching each candidate in a personalized way. Of course, you wouldn’t create an entirely unique campaign for every potential applicant of every job. But once you’ve got a few great candidates in the pipeline, then you can home in one what they respond to.



During Nathan’s early career, he gained considerable experience from across many industries including Sales, Teaching and Retail, however more recently Nathan has delved into the world Digital Marketing and Publishing. Drawing on his past experiences, Nathan brings all aspects of his knowledge into Recruitment Buzz, possessing great research and social media skills.

Born and bred in Wales, Nathan is as Welsh as they come – living in the heart of the Valleys, Nathan proudly takes place as our resident Welsh speaker. However, Nathan’s knowledge of global understanding exceeds the Welsh borders, having lived in London, parts of the US and Ecuador.

Nathan is a self-proclaimed geek, having gained a degree in Natural Science via the Open University in Wales. In addition to his passion for science, he has a love for technology, nature, art and of course football!


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