Recruitment must become ‘blind’

The very real prospect of growing skills shortages induced by Brexit is an opportunity for recruiters to rethink their attitude to age.

Speaking to Recruiter at a Midtown Big Ideas Exchange event on ‘The Future of Talent’ in London recently, Tim Campbell (above, centre), head of client services, emerging markets at Alexander Mann Solutions, and the UK’s first BBC TV’s The Apprentice winner, said that outdated attitudes had to be discarded and new approaches adopted. He poured...

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