It was also revealed that 44% of employees think that they could do their boss’ job as well as they do or better. Brand new research has shown that 40% of Brits don’t think their boss is worth their salary, with those working in the North East agreeing with this statement the most. Shockingly, the survey […]
The Talent Development arm of the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has received a glowing report from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) following its first audit since Julie Bowen stepped into the role of Head of Talent Development and CMI Programme Director earlier this year. As a CMI Approved Centre, APSCo Talent Development delivers […]
With many UK companies fearing that the economy will take a hit after Brexit, office technology specialists, Altodigital has looked into how firms can become more productive and save money. The answer… meetings. Researched commissioned by Altodigital has revealed that over-run meetings cost the UK economy a staggering £582 million a week*, with 95% of […]
The Association of Recruitment Consultancies (ARC) published its blueprint for modernisation and change in government policy on agency tax and employment relations. Included in ARC’s manifesto Post Brexit: a better place for doing business, the Association calls upon the government to: COMPANY PROFILE adopt a single, positive, overarching policy towards the recruitment sector; scrap antiquated […]
An increasing number of UK workers are not taking their full hour lunch break at work, with 59% of employees only managing to take a thirty minute break. Research from Benenden revealed that only one fifth of employees take their full lunch hour, and one in four employees eat at their desk five times a […]
Employee sickness rates in Britain have fallen to a quarter of those in Germany. A survey of 1,500 German companies found that over a quarter reported high levels of absenteeism compared to a poll on the same number of UK companies, who reported seven per cent. Author of the report, Dr Wen Wang of Wolverhampton […]
Wow could the age of the machine finally be upon us? A scientist has invented an artificially intelligent recruiter, in a bid to stop ingrained “old boys” bias in the industry. London based Tom Bowles created the software with the intent to replace human head-hunters who are biased towards white, male Oxbridge educated candidates. […]
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Here is a couple of logos we are working on:-
A variation of July sample 1 to make a multi-sector/brand website work on a home page.
July’s recruitment website design example 1. Making a multi-sector/brand site work on one home page.
1 Make an e-Book/Educate. According to an industry forecast by PricewaterhouseCoopers, total revenue from e-book sales are expected to hit nearly $8.7 billion in 2018, an increase of over 3,000% since 2008. e-Book ideas for recruiters might be; Interview guides, understanding employment laws, explaining how services work etc. 2 Host an event where people […]