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Tuesday 05 May 2015



  • Manufacturing on the up in Eurozone, slight fall in USThe Eurozone's manufacturing sector saw hiring intentions increase to levels not seen since the summer of 2011, according to April's Eurozone manufacturing employment index from Markit/Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS).



  • Dorothea Stuart 10 reasons why you're a dreadful public speakerAre you a dreadful public speaker? Unfortunately far too many people in the recruitment industry (and business in general) really don't cut the mustard when it comes to public speaking. 27 April 2015
  • Simon North Eight ways to get to know your team betterThe better you know your team, the better your team will be for you. This stands whether you're the team leader or one of the team members. So how can you ensure you know your team well enough to help it – and you – excel? 27 April 2015



  • Angela Middleton How recruiters can better engage with schoolsWhile it might sound obvious, today's school pupils are the future talent of tomorrow's workforce, so working closely with young people at an early age is imperative in helping to identify future talent both as an employer and as a recruiter for clients. 27 April 2015
  • William Buist 2 The unexpected business benefits of collaborationMany recruitment companies, large and small, are moving towards a more collaborative approach to business. Effective collaboration is much more than just 'working together' – it's a strategic choice too. 27 April 2015



  • Internal mobility Internal mobility: Finding talent on your doorstepInternal mobility is becoming an increasingly valuable way for companies to maximise their talent pool and strengthen their capabilities. however, as Colin Cottell discovers, getting staff to apply for an internal vacancy can prove problematic.
  • Insurance: Your temps, your faultHirers are increasingly insisting that recruiters sign contracts holding them responsible for damage, injury or theft by temps, so recruiters need to ensure their insurance is appropriate and watertight to protect their income, warns Colin Cottell