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The top tech you need to know about in 2019 (and how it will help you hire great talent)

The jobs market is competitive, and for good reason – there is top talent to be had, and only a limited time for you as an Employer to secure it. So, how do you make sure you do just that, using the technology that will work for you?

We have the answers you need. This month’s guide talks you through the top tech you need to know about in the coming 12 months, and how it will help you secure the talent that will help your business grow and prosper.

From pay per click, to social media, to LinkedIn RPS, we explain the benefits of all these technologies, so that you can make an informed decision that is best for your business.

After all, we want to help our Clients enjoy the success they deserve – so download our guide and get in touch with us, to talk through how we can help you too.

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Check out our other Guides for Clients, too:

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Over the last 20 years, we have grown as a business to become one of the leading independent recruitment agencies in Oxfordshire, and in 2018 have opened our first London office, to service Clients in the capital.  

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Kate Allen

Kate founded Allen Associates in 1998 out of a determination to build a recruitment business which delivered a bespoke service centred on the needs of clients and candidates.

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