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May 2011 - New Business Poll Results & our iPad Winner

Photo of Uzair BuwanyThe Results for our Recruiter Poll on Winning New Business are in and one lucky person wins the iPad2

This month the annual Recruiter Poll came to a close. David Head, editor of Recruitment International magazine closed the poll and picked the winner at random.

See the Results and who the winner was.....

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May 2011 - Voyager's team takes the title

5 a side football photoLast weekend bore witness to Voyager's 5-a-side football team beating all their rivals in a friendly football tournament.

This annual event, arranged by Azzuri sports pulled together the best of the local 5-a-side Recruitment teams and the day was filled with action, antics and some superb demonstrations of team work.

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Apr 2011 - Win an iPad2 by completing our Recruiter Poll

Recruiter PollVoyager Software have again teamed up with Recruitment International to gather your views on ‘Winning New Business & Expanding Your Company’.

Anyone who enters this poll, which will take just a couple of minutes, will be entered into the free prize draw to win a brand new Apple iPad2!

TAKE THE POLL NOW >>

Apr 2011 - Dickson Harris tell us about their Voyager implementation

news-dickson-harris-logoDickson Harris is a specialised exec-search company within the Medical Device, Biotechnology, Medical Imaging and Healthcare Services industries.  Established in 2003, their philosophy remains the same - to perform professionally, ethically and with integrity at all times. 

That philosophy and business acumen ensured the selection and implementation of the Voyager Recruitment Software solution in Nov 2010 replacing their incumbent solution.

Paul Thompson Voyager Sales Director interviews Nathan Pettitt Director 12 weeks on...

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Mar 2011 - Capitalising on the Budget

Nick Ray PhotoNick Ray, CEO of Woodcote Software, the parent company of recruitment software leaders Voyager and expressHR, analyses the March budget.

Once a year, I buy a copy of the FT (for me, most of the time, anything that isn’t published by Ladybird, is viewed as heavy going) but I make an exception on the day after Budget Day.  

While TV headlines will tell me there’s 50p on a packet of cigs and 15p on a bottle wine – essential information, since these sins comprise a major part of the Ray family budget – it’s the impact of the budget on my business that I really need to understand.  And that detail is best found in the FT.

So, we got a “budget for growth”, which seems pretty important given that GDP growth went negative last quarter, the public spending cuts have yet to bite and the OBR have just down-graded their growth forecast for 2011.  (Our own experience is a bit at odds, since Voyager had record months in November and February and expressHR has done better than ever in the last 8 months, but nobody asked us.)  The question is: where will that growth appear and how will it affect our companies?

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