Small and medium-sized companies are confident about their prospects over the next five years although they are worried about the potential impact of Brexit and ongoing concerns about recruiting staff, research shows.
New CIPD research highlights the need to improve people management and development opportunities to boost engagement and productivity.
84% of next generation talent in 2018 would like to work for an organisation that puts their people first
A new study demonstrates that the use of psychometric assessments can remove unconscious bias from the recruitment process, eliminating any risk of adverse impact.
New graduate recruitment platform combines real-world skills testing with workplace diversity solution
Pass rates differ by as much as 20 per cent between male and women in favour of men at major providers. Similar patterns can be seen across socio economic and ethnic lines.
New research launched today reveals that the average UK professional has gone two years without any training, with more than one in ten having no training in over four years.
A third of businesses view apprentices as the most valuable source of emerging talent in 2018, according to a new poll.
Industrial workers in Germany have won the right to reduced working hours as part of a deal that could benefit employees across the country.
The IHS Markit/REC Report on Jobs – published today – provides the most comprehensive guide to the UK labour market, drawing on original survey data provided by recruitment consultancies.
Simon Girling, founder of Girling Jones Recruitment, an agency which focuses on recruitment in the construction sector, discusses his top five tips for a smooth-running recruitment process.
Every business, no matter it’s size, relies on the performance of its employees; therefore, hiring the best candidates continues to be an ongoing priority for those employers striving for excellence.
Tailored advice will be at the heart of a new Careers Strategy designed to make sure young people have the skills they need and employers want post-Brexit.
The job market is more competitive than ever throughout the UK and new research has revealed that SMEs are struggling to find enthusiastic young candidates for roles, with many not even having any previous work experience.
While for many Hull is on the up with new shopping centres, bars and its City of Culture 2017 status, there is still a staggering 21.3% of ‘workless households’ across the city, with around 5% of the population unemployed.
PageGroup has been awarded ‘World’s Most Socially Engaged Recruitment Agency’ on LinkedIn.