NEW TO THE MARKET: 14-18 JANUARY 2019

This week’s launches include: Global Recruitment Thought Leaders, Hager Unternehmensberatung, Y/Our Future

Global Recruitment Thought Leaders (GRTL), an initiative that aims to investigate the future of work and the future of talent recruitment, has launched.

The project, led by Ian Knowlson, employment futurist and owner of growth consultancy Selling Success, and San Sunner, founder of REC-Social, a social media management company that focuses on the talent recruitment sector, aims to achieve its objective through in-depth discussions with industry leaders across a variety of sectors.

The aim is that constructive debates, informative interviews and knowledge sharing with global thought leaders will provide a hub for business owners to assimilate fresh ideas in preparation for the future.

• German recruiter Hager Unternehmensberatung has opened a new location in the centre of Munich. The office is managed by business unit manager industrial, Hagen Schönfeld.

• Five health and social care employers – University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust, LOROS Hospice, Rutland County Council and Leicester City Council – have launched Y/Our Future.

Y/Our Future is a new recruitment campaign for doctors, nurses, and health and social care workers to work in hospitals, hospices and in communities across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

The campaign aims to promote Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland as a leading career destination for health and social care professionals, with great career and lifestyle opportunities.

Government consults recruiters on proposal to ban movement of care home temps

Recruiters have until midday next Monday [23 November] to respond to a government consultation launched last Friday [13 November] on a proposal to ban temporary staff from moving between care homes.

18 November 2020

Employment minister says ‘structural challenges’ in labour market must be fixed

A pivotal part of the government’s myriad employment schemes is to fix the “structural challenges” in the labour market, employment minister Miriam (Mims) Davies told Recruiter.

People 21 October 2020

Free courses for adults without A-levels to upskill population

Full funding for college courses offering “skills valued by employers” will be made available from next April to adults without an A-level or equivalent qualification, the government is to announce today, according to national news sources.

29 September 2020

Morgan Hunt unveils new branding and website

Morgan Hunt today has unveiled new branding and new-look website.

New to Market 23 September 2020
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