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Taken On Trust

Recruitment fraud is not a new phenomenon. Hiring managers and recruiters are all too aware of the need to vet and screen candidates, with...

The Move to RPO

The recruitment industry is changing. Automation, AI, evolving business models, mounting client demands, an uncertain economy – the DNA of a ‘typical recruiter’ is...

Evolution of Global Recruitment With The Rise of Remote Work

The COVID-19 epidemic has resulted in unparalleled transformations in the workplace, with several organisations now advocating remote employment. While telework presents global recruitment acquisition...

The Skills Crisis: a manifesto for growth

The UK’s professional skills crisis is intensifying. There’s a wealth of data that shows the dearth of talent in core remits and most, if...

How To Be Top

The achievement of coming out top in a Global Recruiter award is undeniable: you have proved your business processes, internal talent and attitude score...

Starting Right

Official ONS monthly labour market statistics uncover frequent peaks and troughs in UK hiring. Statistics show that despite some recovery after the Covid-19 pandemic,...

Cleared for Work

From economic and geopolitical pressures to shifting legal landscapes, global recruiters are anticipating new headwinds and uncertainty as we head into 2024. At the same time, the war for talent means that international hiring is essential for global organisations looking for growth and expansion in 2024- and beyond.

Holiday Time Again

Significant changes to holiday pay calculations and rules are coming into effect on April 1st, 2024 that will have a major impact on umbrella company workers across the UK. These new regulations stem from the landmark Brazel v Harpur Trust case and the government's subsequent consultation on addressing the anomalies highlighted by the ruling.

Not Just A Day

For years we have been working towards a gender equal world, free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination, particularly within the workplace. Despite moving towards a world with fairer working conditions, we have remained relatively silent about the key – and unavoidable – challenges that women face at work every day when it comes to menopause and menstruation.

Change and Challenge

In a year that will see a General Election dominate much of the political environment, employment law regulations remaining a hot topic. The UK’s legislative landscape is yet to fully adapt to best accommodate and support the flexible, global labour market and while progress is being made, there’s still more that should be done.

Beating the Blues

No mater how much you love your job, leaving the lights, music, presents and parties of December can be a rather bleak prospect as January sets in, and we push through the ‘Christmas Comedown’. With the January blues kicking in, the ‘New Year, New Me’ mentality starts to dwindle. Like many businesses, Cindy and her HR team focus on keeping employees motivated, using this firsthand experience to share practical insights for business leaders hoping to boost morale within their workforce.

AI in 2024

Artificial Intelligence (AI) isn’t a new concept, but its role in recruitment is becoming more predominant. The sophistication of the tools being utilised is both impressive and daunting at the same time. But we simply can’t ignore the fact that the recruitment profession is behind the curve when it comes to AI adoption.
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