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  1. Low unemployment doesn’t help talent shortage

    ... across the UK. What’s more, job vacancies increased by an impressive 8.3% year-on-year and even higher in cities such as Brighton, ... and stringent salaries hitting a three-year low have, so far, had little impact on the volume of vacancies in the labour market. UK ...

  2. Rethink Group’s recruitment arm reveals rebrand

    ... were pioneering in helping clients in the IT world; that’s an area that’s ceased to exist in its former segregated form as tech’s ... Lisa Mahoney, head of The Lab, adds: “Recruitment is so far behind other industries when it comes to marketing, which is a real shame ...

  3. Inclusive technology: removing the bias from the recruitment process

    ... data for several reasons: because they believe it is too difficult to do so, they think it’s not necessary or they shouldn’t for ... true ROI of your diversity investments,” she says. “An inclusive and transparent work culture and environment is key to 70% of ...

  4. Randstad candidate sails away on tall ship

    Erina, who purchases coins for a coin trading company in Cardiff, is on her way to Newcastle aboard the ... North Sea after her name was first out of the hat in a draw for Randstad candidates. Before she set sail on the voyage to Newcastle, ... of the Great North Run, Erina told Recruiter that far from putting her feet up as a guest, she was looking forward to learning as ...

  5. Coalition should have gone further to tackle labour market abuse, says Cable

    During his period as secretary of state for Business, Innovation and Skills, Cable brought in a ban on exclusivity ... that stopped workers on zero-hours contracts from working for other employers. However, in response to a question from Recruiter.co.uk, ... desirable, you can have labour markets that are too flexible.” During his wide-ranging speech, Cable argued “there is ...

  6. Ask the expert: September 2017

    ... the result of their own client or candidate care – are an opportunity for you if you provide exceptional service levels.  ... are embodied in the company’s vision and values, to which too many firms only pay lip service. Translating the values into the culture ...

  7. Budget specifically to manage company culture

    ... As a tax code defines a country’s priorities, so does an organisation’s budget define its priorities and focus, Kropp said. ... the culture needed to drive future business performance. Too often, Kropp said, organisations and HR take the view that “we know what ...

  8. SPECIAL REPORT: Open and frank discussion on onshore legislation

    By Nicola Sullivan A Recruiter -held roundtable, sponsored by Anderson Group, gave rise to many issues. Nicola ... that the non-compliance of others shouldn’t be used as an excuse. “If you believe in the concept that people should pay tax and ...

  9. Centre stage

    ... Carrot and the Bullring. And at Recruiter’s West Midlands roundtable last month, it became apparent that it is now businesses – and ... and benefits packages that the new arrivals can offer. “As an accountant, would you sooner be in a nice glitzy office in town or a factory ...

  10. IR35 tax reform causes mass exodus of public sector contractors

    ... has often resulted in a failure to appoint or to appoint at an elevated price point in comparison to 2016 levels.  “In some cases, ... impact this legislation will have on business before it’s too late.” But in a statement an HMRC spokesperson claimed ...

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