Author: Lee Doheny

  • HR Q1 2024 Market Update

    General Observations There was a sluggish start to 2024 in the HR world. Budget approvals and a certain level of apprehensiveness have led to roles being slower to come to market. The return to the office full time, or with set days in the office is being met with some resistance as it doesn’t allow… Read more

  • HR Q3 2023 Market Update


    General Observations There was a slowdown in job vacancies in early Q3, as previously anticipated in the latter end of Q2 earlier this year. Additional layoffs, particularly in technology, have added another layer of certainty for employment professionals in an already unpredictable environment. We are certainly seeing employers request employees to return to the office… Read more

  • HR Q2 2023 Market Update


    General Observations Over the second quarter of 2023, there has been strong activity in the HR Recruitment space. Most notably, there has been a surge in Talent Acquisition professionals entering the market. This is largely due to the well-publicised tech layoffs from key players in the industry. Lincoln HR successfully executed 3 Talent Acquisitions briefs… Read more

  • 4 Rules for Creating a ‘Perfect CV’


    As recruiters, we often get asked about the rules for creating a ‘perfect CV’. A quick search online will bring up hundreds if not thousands of articles on this very subject with advice from ‘experts’ about the rules for creating a perfect CV. Let me save you some time, in my experience, there are 4… Read more

  • 6 Essential Skills of a HR Manager in 2018

    Human Resources is a fundamental component of any organisation’s internal business structure. HR managers are required to plan, coordinate and monitor all other divisions within the organisation, and staff retention and talent management strategies are both core elements of this role. HR managers and their teams require leadership, setting the benchmark for the company’s code… Read more

  • How to Choose and Partner with a Recruiter


    How to Choose and Partner with a Recruiter Many people start out their careers with a particular company, often through a graduate program or traineeship, and spend a number of years there before deciding they want a change. Then, some will go to job boards and apply for positions they see advertised. Others will be uncomfortable sending… Read more