A recruiter’s work doesn’t end there With an obvious skills gap in the labour market, it’s easy to focus on attracting the right talent as the key to successful recruitment. If we find an interested candidate with the aptitude, skills and experience required to fill our role then our work as a recruiter is done. The problem…
For many, office plants may be the first thing that spring to mind on hearing the phrase ‘biophilic design’. However, in reality, this nature-inspired trend can be implemented far more subtly and in a variety of different ways
Sexual harassment within the workplace is not a new issue, and employees have had legal protection from harassment for many years.How should employers deal with allegations made in the public arena and what can be done to manage this risk?
Head of employment law at specialist employment law firm Law At Work, Margaret Anne Clark discusses the impact of the abolition of tribunal fees.
Debra Jane Beynon: How major changes to Australia’s immigration regulations could impact UK businesses in 2018
Major changes to immigration regulations in Australia could impact businesses aiming to send staff to work Down Under this year.
A staggering 67% of staff are “not engaged” in a report from December 2017 from Jim Harter of Gallup Polls and a further 18% actively disengaged. This is 85% of people not fulfilling their potential for either themselves or your firm.
The new Tesco claims remind HR professionals that equal value claims definitely need to be a priority, says Luke Menzies.
What role do businesses play when providing opportunities for graduates moving from overseas?
How can we be mindful of our recruitment processes to invest wisely and give people the experience they need? Emma Davidson from Express Vending discusses the 4 ways to create a successful graduate scheme.
Gen Y and Z want ‘continual development’, but what does a good development programme look like? Andrea Pattico discusses the future of graduate learning and development in 2018.
With predictions citing that up to half the workforce could be working remotely by 2020, are graduate schemes the way forward for the future? Angela Love from Active discusses.
From July to September 2017, there were 14,000,000 graduates in the UK alone. How can we explore new ways to attract graduate talent in 2018?
Finishing university can be a daunting time for young people. After sixteen years in education, the moment for stepping into the real world arrives. Even after the difficult decisions over what to do and where to do it, there is the battle to secure the job itself. Nineteen people apply for every medium-skilled role, and…
Iain Dobson, Senior HR Business Partner at Subsea 7, discusses strategic graduate recruitment and resilience in the world of HR.
Nationwide is now assessing the competencies and potential of graduates in a more engaging and meaningful way, says Hannah Crawley.