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Recruiters must expect disruption if IR35 extends into private sector

Recruiters can expect the same sort of disruption created by off-payroll rules in the public sector should they be extended into the private sector.

Interim recruitment, HR 21 May 2018

Dogged determination makes for pawsome ending to search for canine critic

Dog-friendly travel company Canine Cottages’ search for a canine critic is over.

Hospitality/Leisure 21 May 2018

Hundreds of new jobs in Kent as Aldi opens distribution centre

Aldi is to create 400 roles at a new £50m distribution centre.

Extra income as an extra on new Danny Boyle movie

Do you fancy supplementing your recruitment income with a career as an extra?

CONTRACTS: 21-25 MAY 2018

This week’s contracts & deals include: Healthier Recruitment, ICS, ProClinical

Recruiters call for action after 6,000 applications for skilled workers’ visas are refused

Recruiters are calling on the government to act after a Freedom of Information request indicated more than 6,000 skilled professionals from outside the EU were turned down for visas to take up jobs they had been offered in the UK.

Hyland steps down from Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner post amid ‘independence’ concerns

The UK’s first appointed Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner is to step down from his post.

People 18 May 2018

CAP proposal cracks down on gender stereotyping in ads

Recruiters have been warned to be “very mindful” of the content of job adverts they place in light of a proposed crackdown on harmful gender stereotypes in adverts.

LegislationMarketing, HR 18 May 2018

Royal news: Princess Anne recruits for private secretary

A right royal recruitment role may well be overshadowed (slightly) by a certain event this weekend.

Lighter SideHR 18 May 2018

Café worker pensioner Joe Bartley passes away

Joe Bartley, the pensioner who hit headlines two years ago for landing a job at a local café in a bid to cure his boredom, has died.

APPOINTMENTS: 14-18 MAY 2018

This week’s appointments include: CV-Library, Dovetail Group, Pedersen & Partners, ResourceBank, ZRG Partners

NEW TO THE MARKET: 14-18 MAY 2018

This week’s launches include: LGBT Great, LinkedIn, Vettery

Alexander Mann Solutions keen to expand in US following sale to Canadian firm

Alexander Mann Solutions has its sights set on further expansion into the US following its sale to a Canadian private equity (PE) firm.

Hutchinson-O’Neill leaves Nationwide for StepStone

Recruiter’s In-house Resourcing Leader of the Year is taking up a role at online job board StepStone.

PeopleHR 11 May 2018

New CEO to take over at Monster

A new CEO is to take the helm at Randstad-owned careers site Monster.

PeopleHR 11 May 2018

FINANCIALS: Kelly Services sees rise in revenue

Recruitment giant Kelly Services has seen Q1 revenue climb 6.2% year-on-year.

Financials 11 May 2018

Canadian firm acquires Alexander Mann Solutions

Alexander Mann Solutions, a global provider of talent acquisition and management services, has been acquired in a deal worth £820m.

Recruitment director banned from managing companies for 10 years

A recruitment agency director has been banned from running companies after he was found to have been diverting £60k from an insurance settlement into his personal bank account.

EastEnders’ recruitment gaffe could land Mel in Barney Rubble

Recruiters have been urged not to be like EastEnders’ Mel Owen and carry out the necessary criminal record and reference checks on new recruits or face a spell in the shovel and pick (nick).

Tech firm hits on pawternity benefit for staff

Airsorted has hit upon an innovative way of ensuring staff can smooth the way for their own furry recruits.

Recruiter’s charity ASTRiiD features on BBC Breakfast news

The work of Recruiter’s charity of the year ASTRiiD was featured on BBC Breakfast this morning, highlighting one of the first candidates placed by the charity, which helps people with long-term health problems into work.

EASI remit could tackle labour exploitation at umbrella and intermediary firms

The Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate could have its remit extended to tackle labour exploitation at umbrella companies and intermediaries.

Indeed’s parent Recruit Holdings snaps up Glassdoor

Japan-headquartered Recruit Holdings Co, the parent company of job search engine Indeed, is to acquire workplace review site Glassdoor for $1.2bn (£890m).

ContractsIT/Telecoms, HR 9 May 2018

Demand for permanent staff up but not in retail, says Report on Jobs

Demand for permanent staff is still on the rise – but not for retail staff, according to the latest Report on Jobs from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation.

Retail, Public sector 9 May 2018

Butler’s salary more Upstairs than Downstairs

Whether you were a fan of the original Upstairs Downstairs TV drama series or its revival in 2012, household cook Mrs Bridges would faint dead away at the salaries on offer today.

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