What lies ahead for HR and recruitment in 2019

Janice Haddon looks at a few topics of interest for HR and recruitment in the year ahead.

At the beginning of the year, most if not all UK businesses will be setting goals or predicting trends they can capitalise on.

Predicting the future can be difficult, especially for those in HR as trends fluctuate without hesitation. Last year, for example, saw a massive shift towards workers’ rights in the gig economy, which is still very much a hot topic, with...

To continue reading this article you need to be registered with Recruiter . Registration is FREE and only takes minutes. Register here or sign in below if you already have an account.

Already registered? Login

Don't have an account?

Register for FREE today to access all premium online content and select your email preference.

We're here to help

If you have queries about accessing premium content, contact a Recruiter sidekick at mysidekick@recruiter.co.uk for more information or call +44 (0) 208 950 9117.

Checklist Checkboard

Legal update: Changes to right to work checks

In January this year, the Home Office made some key changes regarding how right to work checks ca

HR 17 April 2019

Management or culture: which is best?

With an organisation’s management and culture, the two are completely connected, and redefining t

HR 3 April 2019

Is our health paying the price for flexibility?

Broster Buchanan, a consultancy that partners with employers to help attract and retain talent, i

HR 25 March 2019
Immigration

Legal update: Brexit and EU workers

In light of the concerns over Brexit, we have seen an increase in the number of questions around

Legal, HR 11 March 2019
Top