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“On the flip side, there is equal pressure from others who feel that democracy has allowed a decision to be made and that we should prepare for what the UK’s future looks like not being part of the EU.”
Of particular note, there were 154k (14.9 per cent) fewer workers with EU8 nationality in the workforce in Q3 2018 than in the same period last year.
With companies still planning to expand despite the economic and political uncertainty in response to shortages of qualified people they are increasingly looking to recruit employees with transferable skills from other industries and…
“The issues are becoming more and more complex, from the role that artificial intelligence and talent analytics plays, to the shift in how people are looking to get compensated, evaluated and rewarded."
With workers being more likely to look for a new job in January than any other month of the year, December bonuses couldn’t be timed better for staff retention purposes.
“JOB TODAY, has seen a significant increase in vacancies from the hospitality sector, that is currently experiencing a 90 per cent churn rate in staff employees."
“Technology has the ability to streamline the recruitment process for recruiters, whilst increasing engagement for applicants. It’s a win, win.”
In this climate of ambiguity, recruitment agencies relying on A1 solutions will have to be extremely cautious about whether the solution they are using is compliant now and especially after 29th March, particularly in relation to those…
Employees can only make one request in any twelve-month period. Successful applications for flexible working can result in a permanent change to their terms and conditions of employment.
“Delivering outstanding customer service has always been our primary focus and we realised very early on that, in order to achieve it, you not only need great processes and systems but more importantly you need great people."