The summit is free of charge to recruiters and this year, as with those in the past, the event will certainly deliver real and practical ideas for recruitment companies to implement and benefit from in the future.
“What this report makes clear is that anyone connected to an organisation in any capacity wants to hear how their employer feels about D&I and what they’re doing about it."
Reynolds has highlighted that PMP will be making a significant investment in its sales and marketing teams over the coming year, as well as focusing on the development of new service solutions.
The main feature of those changing expectations is around flexible working, with 98 per cent of respondents saying employees now expect more flexible working hours, while 89 per cent said they expect agile/home working to be available.
"65 per cent of children now entering primary school will likely hold jobs that don’t currently exist when they begin their working lives."
"The findings from our survey highlight that despite organisations making headway in relation to diversity and inclusion policy, there is still a long way to go before we achieve inclusivity across all cross-sections of the workforce."
“With almost four in five hiring managers indicating that they struggle to source the skills they need to thrive, it is unsurprising that organisations are increasingly exploring wider and deeper talent pools."
“Today’s largest upgrade in workers’ rights in over a generation is a key part of building a labour market that continues to reward people for hard work, that celebrates good employers and is boosting productivity and earning potential…