Pop-up cafes are helping people who are deaf or hard of hearing to get a foothold in the hospitality industry, reports Colin Cottell.
A divorced, Trabant-driving Belgian has emerged victorious to fill a role, beating 50 competitors to the coveted post of – hermit.
Latest new launches, openings or products within the recruitment industry: 10-14 April 2017
Recruiters have called on Prime Minister Theresa May to extend free movement of people from the EU to the UK for up to a period of five years following Brexit.
Property, retail and hospitality business Duddy Group is to create 47 new jobs through a launch of a new Holiday Inn Express Hotel in Londonderry.
Are you dab hand at sewing? Well, Recruiter could have the perfect role for you – working for the Queen.
Latest new launches, openings or products within the recruitment industry: 27-31 March 2017
The multi-million pound development of a Northern Ireland luxury hotel and spa at Killeavy Castle Estate is to create 80 jobs.
Hotel chain Travelodge is creating 325 new jobs and is set to open 15 new UK hotels this year, growing its hotel network to 558 locations in the UK, Spain and Ireland.
The UK’s hospitality, manufacturing and transport sectors will be hardest hit, should limits on the movement of European Union and non-EU workers be imposed in the wake of the UK leaving the EU.
Older person charity Abbeyfield is creating 80 jobs through the construction of an old people’s home in Silksworth, Sunderland.
Dublin-based Four Star Pizza is to create 300 jobs through the opening of 18 new stores in Northern Ireland.
Budget airline easyJet is targeting “people who want to get back to their families” to recruit for cabin crew roles on short-haul flights as part of a wider talent acquisition strategy to combine its consumer and employer brands.
New businesses, office openings, new products and projects for 13-17 March 2017
As National Apprenticeship Week comes to an end, KFC, Mitchells & Butlers, Network Rail, Redrow and Santander have been among the big companies making apprenticeship commitments.
Recruiters have given a cautious welcome to anticipated announcements affecting social care, business rates and STEM skills, ahead of today’s Spring Statement.
An Aberdeenshire businessman has offered a job to youths that started a fire at his restaurant.
Recruiters are worried an upcoming increase in business rates will eat into profits, with agencies having to “suck up” rate hikes.
Around 300 roles are to be created at the five-star Limerick-based Adare Manor Hotel and golf resort in the West of Ireland.
Holiday provider Club Med has launched a recruitment drive for 1,000 new roles.
London-based recruiter Wild Berry Associates has launched.
Derby-based recruiter Baker Bright Recruitment Solutions has appointed Kim MacNamara as recruitme
Even institutions as well known as Parliament need to boost awareness of their employer brand.
If there’s one thing us recruiters are good at – it’s celebrating and partying.
Lessons can be learned from the Uber taxi case, in which the Employment Tribunal decided that drivers have worker rights, despite Uber’s best efforts to maintain that they were self-employed.