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Think about it: a warm breeze, white sand at your toes, a clear turquoise sea to gaze across...wouldn’t we all want to have that in our 9-5? But that’s the rub: the 9-5 is diminishing further and further. Whereas flexible…
There’s a lot been made about the glass ceiling, and how women are largely under-represented at higher levels of commerce and industry. Though the situation is slowly improving, there are many examples where the front line is bottom heavy with…
Exhibit A: the recent appointment offered by Envirowaste. For someone, on a salary of £20,000 per year, to be their ‘hidden gem finder’. Now, are they looking for someone to scour fields with a metal detector? An Indiana Jones wannabe…
The career ladder: unchanged decade by decade. Employees start at the bottom (or higher up, in some cases), and continue to climb as their skills and knowledge are honed and increase. But it appears that, as things stand today, what…
Though it may be hard to believe, there’s news in the recruitment industry that doesn’t mention the word, or fallout of, Brexit. A recent survey by Debut found that 80% of younger jobseekers believe securing a position is harder for…
Every industry must be asking the same question: how will WE be affected if Britain leaves the EU? The recruitment industry is no different, but with no one able to give definitive answers to specific questions, it’s as much in…
It seems that the tentacles of technology are infiltrating another area of our lives. Our 24/7, always-switched on world allows us little time to dedicate towards the learning of new skills – at least, offline, it seems.We know that adopting…
Now, the government often backtracks on promises it’s made, and it seems their pledge concerning zero-hour contracts has certainly been one example. A post we wrote before they were re-elected, in June 2015, included their promise “to revamp zero-hour contracts,…
Go back just ten years and ‘basic computer skills’ may have meant sending an email, carrying out a Google search, or completing an Excel spreadsheet – but would that be enough to cut the mustard now? From a recruiter’s point…
Maybe it was Google who started it. Or perhaps it was Facebook. The workplace that employees yearn for today - millennials more than anyone else - is of a trendy, brightly-coloured, architecturally-designed, open plan office. Where there are swimming pools…
Poor management, overdue pay rises and a lack of career progression may be bad news for employees, but these elements look set to provide plenty of business for recruiters this year. Given that a new report has cited that one…
Your natural instincts may tell you that the New Year is the only time people look for a job - that recruiting in December is just crazy. After all, in January, everyone’s enjoyed masses of turkey, tinsel and television; the…
According to new research carried out by Glassdoor, it appears so. The more difficult the interview process, the better matched the final candidate seems to be for the job, and the more satisfied the applicant in the long-term. Take, for…
You may have heard the words ‘name-blind recruitment’ recently - in the news and as the burning subject on numerous discussion boards. Reports show a number of minority candidates feel they’d only get a response from employers if they removed…

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