Can one of Brexit’s many disruptions be the UK workforce being less accepting of non-UK workers?
Findings from a major global study of digital experts call for Government and companies to work harder to attract and retain top digital talent and upskill their current workforce.
Nicholas Harding, CEO at peer-to-peer lending platform Lending Works, discusses the challenges and potential solutions to the recruitment issues facing fintech firms in the face of Brexit.
Many employers operate believing that their employees will loyally knuckle down during times of strife, in order to protect the business and their jobs. Far from it however, Brian Kopp argues.
Find out what when UK recruiters believe things will be good for business and why extending the Brexit deadline doesn’t really make a difference…
Improved salaries, benefits and flexible working are being offered to attract the best home-grown talent. But, in using such approach, are businesses risking talent shortages which would make the UK less competitive in the long term?
Businesses are asking for a deal which gives access to EU workers, finds new survey of 500 UK senior professionals. However is the Brexit confusion delaying important steps from being taken?
New study by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) finds that employers’ reliance on agency workers increases as confidence slides further.
An artificial Intelligence platform has revealed the impact Brexit is having on those working in the financial services industry, with many companies completely relocating from the UK in favour of offices in EU member states.
New survey finds that over half of UK workers have reduced their monthly financial expenditure in case they are made redundant.
Morgan McKinley has released its London Employment Monitor looking at city hiring for financial services from January to March 2019
New research delves into the minds of expats living in the UK in the midst of an incredibly turbulent political period.
Either stay in and not rock the boat, or to take a hard leave and negotiate sector-specific trade deals, IT is a resilient, diverse and powerful sector that has the power to support Britain and survive the Brexit backlash, says Glen Pearse.
In the workplace, health and safety may seem too obvious to need explaining but with the legal attachment’s to businesses of any size and the impending Brexit, things are not as simple as they seem, says Liza Andersin.
Jonathan Beech, Managing Director of Migrate UK, discusses why the delay in exiting the EU is causing a major skills crisis, threatening our future workforces.