Rail recruitment moves to a new track

Recruitment practices within the railway sector hasn’t moved with the times – that is, until now. Colin Cottell investigates

As the birthplace of the railway Britain has a proud record of invention and innovation that goes all the way back to 1829 and to Stevenson’s Rocket, the first locomotive engine to serve two cities.

However, some argue that as with the railways themselves, recruitment and talent management in the railway sector has been slow to keep up with the times. “We haven’t...

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