In-house recruitment

Social media exit won’t hit recruitment, says Wetherspoons

Wetherspoons doesn’t think it will regret removing social media from its recruitment marketing mix.

18 April 2018

Industry gives cautious reaction to unemployment fall

Unemployment has fallen to levels not seen since the year Stevie Nicks joined Fleetwood Mac, Microsoft was founded and Monty Python and the Holy Grail hit cinemas.

Retail, Public sector 17 April 2018

US brewer seeks beer expert for UK opening

If you know your beer and fancy getting paid for tasting it, then we might have the perfect job for you.

More robust NHS workforce planning needed, finds Healthier Recruitment research

The NHS needs better workforce planning to move away from relying on a short-term approach to recruiting staff.

Public sector, Social care 16 April 2018

Australian ‘Anglo Saxon’ job ad taken down

An Australian telecommunications company has taken down a job advert for a retail consultant role expressing a preference for ‘Anglo Saxon’ applicants.

Retail, IT/Telecoms 13 April 2018

Additional test dates for overseas doctors welcomed but more needs to be done

While recruiters welcome the General Medical Council’s move to add additional linguistic test dates, more needs to be done to boost overseas doctor numbers to the UK.

Parliament opens its doors for recruitment fair

Fancy working for a 1,000-year-old institution as an HR business partner, clerk or barista?

Retail, Public sector 12 April 2018

PA role offers travel and luxury but you need the martial arts moves

Could you give the Karate Kid a run for his money and don’t mind cutting up people’s food for them?

Candidate shortage continues to hit UK says Report on Jobs

The UK continues to suffer from a shortage of candidates, according to the latest IHS Markit/Recruitment & Employment Confederation ‘Report on Jobs’.

Young’s job boat comes in with M&S contract

North-East Lincolnshire’s food manufacturing sector is to get a boost with the creation of 200 new jobs.

CONTRACTS & DEALS: 3-6 APRIL 2018

This week’s contracts & deals include: Amrop, Brazen, Havas People, JVP Group, Katon Direct, Miramar Global, Redthread, Woodburn Mann

MAC considers full impact of EEA migration on the UK

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) is currently assessing the full impact of European Economic Area migration on the UK.

28 March 2018

Man arrested in alleged modern slavery raid in Sheffield

A man has been arrested over modern slavery offences following a raid in Sheffield yesterday.

27 March 2018

NHS pay increase good but doesn’t go far enough, say recruiters

While a pay increase for NHS staff is a “step in the right direction”, recruiters have raised concerns whether government’s move goes far enough to sufficiently tackle the service’s staffing crisis.

APPOINTMENTS: 19-23 MARCH 2018

This week’s appointments include: Acorn, Ducatus Partners, Eames Consulting Group, Eden Scott, McDonalds, Opus Talent Solutions, Remedium Partners, RS Components, Talent Plus, Textkernel, Thomas International

Oil & gas/Energy, Engineering 19 March 2018

Nationwide: recruiting talent

The latest step in the transformation of Nationwide Building Society’s resourcing function has been the addition of several heavy-hitting recruiters to the team.

Openreach plans to recruit 3,500 trainee engineers this year

The UK’s engineering sector is to be boosted to the tune of more than 3,000 jobs.

Doggie day care café seeks human recruits

Do you like dogs? If our recent coverage of all your canine consultants is anything to go by, then here’s the pawfect role for someone.

Retail, Hospitality/Leisure 15 March 2018

Spurs recruits ex-military to work in its stadium

Tottenham Hotspur is recruiting ex-military personnel to work at its new stadium.

Retail, Hospitality/Leisure 13 March 2018

Slow-coach Flippy gets fired for not cooking up enough burgers

While the march of the machine appears to be making great strides, replacing humans as check out operators and warehouse staff, it would appear fast food workers can rest easy for now.

Retail, HR 13 March 2018

Lego offers candidates a building block to a new career

Can you put together a Lego Millennium Falcon or Death Star in your sleep?

Retail, Hospitality/Leisure 13 March 2018

London firm recruits for sex toy tester

A London-based company is looking to recruit a tester for its – erm, shall we say – ‘adult’ wares.

Retail, Hospitality/Leisure 12 March 2018

Recruiters call for collaboration to boost NHS staff morale

Recruiters have called for greater collaboration between the NHS, the staffing sector, patient group representatives and government, as well as better workforce planning, to halt plummeting worker morale in the health service.

Seven Animal Health opens office down under to help vet shortage in Australia

A recruitment agency is expanding its services down under in a bid to help solve a veterinary shortage in Australia.

Healthcare/Medical 9 March 2018

Lookers gets revved up to take on new apprentices

National motor retailer Lookers has added 160 new apprentice positions.

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