In-house recruitment

Companies create jobs in North Wales and Greater London

A Deeside frozen food manufacturer is to create 40 new jobs and a medical care manufacturer has created 27 new roles in South-East London.

Retail, Industrial/Manufacturing 20 January 2020

Parliament launches annual recruitment day

Parliament’s historic Westminster Hall is to host a recruitment fair next week showcasing opportunities in the various communities within Parliament.

Public sector, Education 17 January 2020

Papa John’s appoints first chief vegan officer

Following on from our story about the rise of vegan roles in February’s Recruiter, pizza maker Papa John’s has recruited a chief vegan officer.

Retail, Hospitality/Leisure 17 January 2020

UK will lose out as EU workers hold off with settled status applications

Recruiters face losing thousands of workers on their books as new research reveals up to a third of UK-based EU nationals are yet to secure UK settled status.

16 January 2020

TSB creates IT jobs in Edinburgh thanks to IBM link-up

Retail and commercial bank TSB is to create 100 IT jobs at a new technology centre in Edinburgh.

Data discernment in talent intelligence

Are the days when decisions around talent acquisition and hiring based on gut feeling and intuition about to be consigned to the past?

HR 15 January 2020

Did you swear off meat for Veganuary?

How has Veganuary affected recruitment in sustainable and ethical roles?

15 January 2020

Big talking point: Rolling with the punches

Taking a look at the latest recruitment industry figures, you can see recruiters are battling a challenging market – and surviving it well.  

15 January 2020

Recruitment drive for clinical pharmacists in Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership is on the lookout for clinical pharmacists as part of a new recruitment campaign taking place across the county.

Northern Ireland healthcare manufacturer expands and creates jobs

A County Londonderry manufacturer is creating 24 new roles.

Permanent placements up first time in a year says Report on Jobs

The UK witnessed improved hiring conditions at the end of the year, according to the latest ‘UK Report on Jobs’.

Retail, Engineering 10 January 2020

Northampton recruits social prescribing link workers

Northamptonshire Health and Care Partnership has launched a campaign to recruit more social prescribing link workers at general practices.

Public sector, Social care 10 January 2020

Deliveroo delivers jobs in Edinburgh

Deliveroo is to deliver 70 highly skilled jobs, including software engineers, product managers, data scientists and designers.

Ocado delivers new jobs at its new Sunderland home

Online supermarket Ocado Group is recruiting for around 300 roles at its new Sunderland home.

Retail, Transport & logistics 8 January 2020

CONTRACTS & DEALS: 6-11 JANUARY 2020

This week’s contracts and deals include: Appcast, DMA, First Advantage, John Wiley & Sons, LinkedIn Talent Hub, mthree, Randstad, The Network

Graduate and entry-level jobs to stagnate in 2020

The entry-level jobs market is facing a stagnant 2020, with only public sector and charity employers planning to substantially increase vacancies this year.

APPOINTMENTS: 6-11 JANUARY 2020

This week’s appointments include: Bullhorn, Candidate.ID, Dartmouth Partners, GatenbySanderson, Pedersen & Partners, PROS, Talent, Wilbury Stratton

Army targets Instagram addicts, gym bunnies and drinkers

The British Army has launched a recruitment drive for social media addicts, gym junkies and binge drinkers.

Public sector 2 January 2020

REC’s Carberry urges new government to ‘make great work happen’

Neil Carberry, CEO of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, has called on the new government to introduce “policies that will help make great work happen”.

Public sector, Engineering 20 December 2019

Three firms have recruitment drives for permanent positions

Amazon has started recruiting the first of more than 1,000 permanent jobs planned for its new fulfilment centre in Darlington.

Retail, Transport & logistics 20 December 2019

Government’s nursing bursary plans don’t go far enough

The government’s plans to reintroduce student bursaries of up to £8k a year do not go far enough, according to the corporate director of one of the country’s leading nurse recruiters.

Public sector, Social care 18 December 2019

Glad tidings for recruiters as legal hiring set to soar

Recruiters will be gladdened to hear the news that the organisation running the Legal Ombudsman is looking to hire significantly more staff next year.

Legal 18 December 2019

Zoopla launches tech recruitment drive in London

Zoopla is to go on a tech recruitment spree in London.

Candidate experience top priority for The FIRM members

In-house recruiters struggle with the candidate experience, reveals in-house research.

12 December 2019

Sheffield strikes lucky for jobs as Lane7 opens new venue

Sheffield will be bowled over through the creation of 30 new jobs.

Hospitality/Leisure 12 December 2019

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