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63 per cent think it is too expensive to receive proper training from teachers or experts when learning a new skill.
A staggering 11 per cent of the HR professionals surveyed said that they still do not use the internet at all when recruiting.
“Delays and uncertainty around the UK’s exit from the European Union have left many employers struggling to get to grips with current and future staffing requirements."
"Cranford has now grown to become a truly established name in the highly-technical cloud, DevOps and IT resourcing space."
"The supply/demand imbalance within the technology talent pool, however, is causing increased pressure on employers within these areas to source qualified professionals."
Candidates are behaving in ways contrary to common thinking.
“While the tightness of the labour market means employers in many sectors are having to reconsider how they attract talent, all this competition is great news for jobseekers."
“Our research shows that more than anyone, it’s an employee’s manager who influences the type of development an employee gets on the job.”
The business say they are responding to a pan-European demand for specialist tech talent.