Month: October 2017

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resignation, job, leaving, hr, recruitment, news

Employee Resignations are at a Five Year High

Just when we think we’ve got a handle on what’s going on in the UK jobs market, statistics come along that throw your head in a spin. The latest come from XpertHR, whose report shows that 15.5% of employees resigned from their jobs in 2016. Th...
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Amsterdam, Madrid, Frankfurt, Investment Banking, Bank, Brexit, Recruitment

Amsterdam, Madrid or Frankfurt? Where are London’s Investment Bankers off to?

The Swiss bank firm UBS has been asking staff where they would like to relocate to after Britain finally leaves the EU. In a survey sent to the company’s investment bankers last week, they offered Amsterdam, Madrid or Frankfurt as possible locatio...
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Artificial Intelligence, AI, Finance, Wall Street, Recruitment, HR, News

How AI is Coming for Wall Street

We’ve always thought of Wall Street as a big boy’s club. The post-frat house frat house, swimming in a sea of stocks and shares, a testosterone bubble in the bloodstream of the world’s economies. But that’s not going to be the case for much longer...
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interview, recruitment, HR, News

7 Interviews Questions that will help you find the Right Recruit

Finding the right recruit is hard. With a skills gap growing in the UK there’s a limited talent pool to choose from, and actually finding one that is not only the right fit for the role, but actually wants to work for you can be tricky. Plus some ...
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justice, supreme court, UK, female, news

We have our First Female President of the British Supreme Court

In what has been called a ‘historic day’, and certainly something that I think should be getting more press coverage, Baroness Hale of Richmond has become the first female president of the Supreme Court. The groundbreaking appointment was annou...
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