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Wednesday 29 June 2016
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NEWS

  • Brexit: Scotland waits for clarity on future role in EuropeRecruiters in Scotland will be waiting anxiously to hear the outcome of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's meeting with European Parliament President Martin Shulz in Brussels today (Wed 29 June) as the SNP leader bids to protect the country's place in Europe despite the UK's Brexit decision. 29 June 2016
  • 10 recruiters join NPAworldwide networkTen recruitment firms from across the globe have joined international member-owned split placement network NPAworldwide. 27 June 2016
  • Brexit: Construction and health sectors fear barriersTwo major sectors employing migrant workers – construction and health services – fear that the UK's decision to exit the EU may present significant barriers to recruitment, as well as threaten the retention of existing workers who fail to qualify under the current points-based system used for workers outside the bloc. 24 June 2016
  • Building Careers UK appoints KingSpecialist construction recruiter Building Careers UK has appointed Debbie King as director of its social housing division. 24 June 2016
  • HeadNorth Consulting brings Topan on boardOil & gas, power and construction staffing specialist HeadNorth Consulting has appointed James Topan as a business manager in London. 24 June 2016

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SECTOR ANALYSIS

  • Sector Analysis ConstructionPredictions call for thousands of new jobs, but recruiters warn of skill shortages as the sector struggles with poor public perceptions
  • Sector Analysis Oil & GasThe talk is of skills shortage and talent crisis in the industry, but for many recruiters this is boom time