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How to increase the number of applicants for job posts

Commute times have an enormous impact on whether a potential applicant will upload their CV, and increase your pool of candidates available.

A few commuter facts:

- 1 in 5 employees consider leaving their job because their commute’s too long

- Accountants spend the most time commuting each day at an average of 76 minutes

- Those in the automotive industry spend the least time commuting, with an average of 22 minutes

- £6,000 is lost each year by British workers due to… Continue

Posted on September 3, 2015 at 11:00am

The real reason they rejected or quit the job

When was the last time you calculated a candidate’s potential commute? Or asked what their ideal time would be? For the majority of recruiters, time is ignored in favour of distance. But what does a mile mean anyway? It could be one hour in gridlock traffic or 5 minutes on a motorway.  It’s dependent on the congestion of the area, mode of transport, time of travel,…

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Posted on June 4, 2015 at 10:31am — 1 Comment

The secret to attracting and retaining the best candidates

Figures suggest the probability of quitting is over 92% when workers have to commute for over 45 minutes. Others say that an extremely short commute leads employees to remain in their jobs 20% longer. It’s no surprise that candidates are more likely to reject a job offer if the commute is too long when they’re less likely to stay.

How can you make sure that candidates don’t reject the offer because of commuting? How can you ensure that they stay once they’re there? Let them search by…

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Posted on May 6, 2015 at 7:54am

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