Month: February 2018

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Brexit, students, EU, Europe, recruitment, HR

Can Graduates Save Britain From Brexit?

As we are all well aware now, the cloudiness of Brexit negotiations is creating an air of cautiousness in the minds of European workers. Applications have been well down across all industries reliant upon migrant staff, most notably in the healthc...
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new job, start, probation, HR, recruitment, advice

The 10 Things Successful Recruits Do In The First 3 Months

Everyone wants to start off a new job with a bang. You want to make a good impression and ensure that you’re seen as a valuable addition to the business. But how do you go about achieving this? Thankfully Business Insider have come up with the ...
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millenials, flexible working, employment trends, HR, recruitment

How To Meet The Demand For Flexible Working

Since 2014 all UK employees have had the right to request a flexible work schedule, with millennials the most keen on the idea. In fact, a recent study conducted by Recruitment International found that 62% of the millennial generation expect flexi...
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Pay gap, BBC, Gender, equality, HR, Recruitment

BBC Pay Review Criticised After Finding No Gender Bias

The BBC has been under close scrutiny, and on the receiving end of much criticism for the last 12 months regarding its gender pay gap. It ramped up last summer when figures revealed in a salary report showed male talent was paid much more than...
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unemployment, low, record, recruitment, HR

UK Employment Is At A Record High

The number of people employed in the UK has met the same record high as November last year, though there’s no real evidence of an increase in wages. With rises in interest rates, this puts the Bank of England in a pretty sticky situation. The d...
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