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Month: December 2016

Social media job seekers and hell on earth

True but shocking all the same

Social media job seekers and hell on earth Social media can be a real hell on earth. For sure we have all seen posts we would rather we had not and of course there is the holiday, party or silly moment snap we wish had never happened. Here CareerBuilder give som insight to what that means […]

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December 26, 2016

Recruitment in 2017 according to LinkedIn

RecruiterWEB Geek

British employers plan to hire staff at a similar pace in 2017 as they did last year, according a Confederation of British Industry survey. The survey suggests the jobs market will hold up in the new year, despite the uncertainties that Brexit may bring. However, uncertainty over the UK’s future relationship with the European Union […]

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December 19, 2016

Insurance industry goes for growth

AH

Here is a nice good news piece to say the UK insurance market is taking up the challenge for hiring and growth. It is called the Insurance Careers Movement and Lloyd’s CEO Inga Beale inspired those attending by noting that social purpose had kept her in the insurance industry for nearly 35 years. “This continues to drive […]

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December 12, 2016

The UK jobs market has grown 13.6% year-on-year and 3.2% month-on-month, according to new data from CV-Library.

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The UK jobs market has grown 13.6% year-on-year and 3.2% month-on-month, according to new data from CV-Library. The report found that many cities and industries across the UK saw standout, above-average, job growth in November 2016, when comparing data with November 2015. The data also highlighted the top cities for growth and the top sectors, […]

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December 05, 2016

New Research Confirms UK HR Directors Experiencing A Talent Squeeze

While I think

New research by The Curve Group, one of the UK’s most disruptive and fast-growing Recruitment and HR Outsourcing companies, has shown that UK HR Directors risk being so consumed with issues of talent retention and hiring that they are unable to plan effectively and build a long term strategy for their business. This ties in […]

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December 05, 2016