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Ellingham joins Stanton House to manage Asia Pacific

Ross Ellingham has joined professional services & technology recruitment solutions provider Stanton House as managing director of Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong.

Oil & gas/Energy, Engineering 16 August 2019
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16 August 2019

Pinterest for recruitment: the new social media frontier?

Pinterest has a reputation in the UK as being all about cupcake recipes and craft projects, shared by stay-at-home parents. San Sunner dispels this myth

16 August 2019

Recruitment fraudsters ordered to repay £300k to victims

Two convicted fraudsters found to have defrauded three recruitment agencies through an elaborate payroll scam have been jailed and ordered to repay almost £300k.

15 August 2019

Serco guarantees interview for qualifying jobseekers with criminal convictions

Serco, which manages six prisons in the UK, is aiming to improve the job prospects of ex-offenders.

Public sector 15 August 2019

IRP September 2019: Workplace culture

Caroline Cafferty, operations director at Justteachers, on workplace culture

Public sector, Education 14 August 2019

IRP September 2019: Employee engagement

Suzy Astbury, managing director at Inspired Selection, on employee engagement

Creative/Digital/Media 14 August 2019

Legal update: Draft legislation for private sector IR35 reform

On 11 July the government unveiled its draft Finance Bill 2019/20, which includes draft legislation for reform of the off-payroll working rules in the private sector. 

Legal, HR 14 August 2019

Big talking point: Training for temps

The REC has launched a petition to end the scandal of locking temporary workers out of the Apprenticeship Levy system. Here’s why it matters

Randstad tops recruiter leaderboard in Germany

Dutch recruitment giant Randstad tops the list when it comes to largest staffing firms in Germany.

12 August 2019

NEW TO THE MARKET: 12-16 AUGUST 2019

This week’s launches include: C4S Search, CareNow, Challenge-trg Group, Cross Country Locums, Exam Results Helpline, Investigo Consulting Solutions, NonStop Recruitment, QA, Qdos, Quanta Consultancy Services, rhi

PM's plans to scrap ‘exceptional talent’ limit welcomed by industry

Recruiters have welcomed Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s announcement that he wants to scrap the limit on Tier 1 ‘exceptional talent’ visas.

Life sciences, Engineering 9 August 2019

New ways of fundraising for the recruitment industry

Smart recruitment business owners are realising the benefits of ‘always-on fundraising’. Scott Haughton explains

8 August 2019

Kelly’s Corona steps down as president and CEO, Quigley steps up

George Corona (pictured), president and CEO at recruitment giant Kelly Services, is to step down from 30 September 2019 and will be succeeded by Peter Quigley.

Recruiters must swear they will mind their procedures before dismissal

Recruiters have been warned to go through the correct procedures when considering firing workers for swearing.

Legal, HR 5 August 2019

APPOINTMENTS: 5-9 AUGUST 2019

This week’s appointments include: BWD, Eames Consulting Group, HRC Recruitment, Macildowie, Optionis Group, Pedersen & Partners, Protocol, SThree

Samuel Knight International offers support to beleaguered Teesside workers

A specialist energy and rail recruitment firm has offered support for staff at Tees Renewable Energy Plant in Teesport.

Oil & gas/Energy, Engineering 2 August 2019

Top five Manchester recruiters: have you made the list?

Engineering recruiter Morson has ranked top of Manchester-based recruitment agencies in digital marketing agency Embryo Digital’s new index.

UK recruiters look overseas for investment opportunities

Slow economic growth in the UK is leading UK recruiters to look overseas for investment opportunities, according to James Fieldhouse, M&A director at BDO.

31 July 2019

Hydrogen consultants can ‘own’ their working hours

Hydrogen Group has hit on an innovative way of embracing flexible working by enabling consultants to ‘own’ their own time.

31 July 2019

Glassdoor defends anonymous posters following claims of offensive postings

Glassdoor has defended its processes that enable posters to review their employer following claims in this weekend’s Sunday Telegraph that the site is “beset with problems”.

30 July 2019

Understand rights of workers with disabilities and get to grips with Equality Act

Recruiters have been urged to gain a better understanding of how the Equality Act 2010 protects disabled workers.

29 July 2019

Recruiters stay cool as the temperatures soar

Recruiters have been coping with the recent heatwave by embracing flexible working – and breaking out the ice lollies.

26 July 2019

Recruiters not obliged to agree to flexible working due to the heat

While allowing consultants to work flexibly in the hot weather would seem a sensible approach, agency bosses are under no obligation to agree to such requests.

25 July 2019

How learning & development attracts and retains the best talent

If you offer innovative training and development, you can recruit and keep the top talent, as Louise Garcia Moreno explains

25 July 2019

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