Tags: Mobile

CV Library: Candidates embrace mobile recruitment

56% of UK job seekers are using their mobiles when job hunting, according to a recent poll by leading job board CV-Library. The findings highlight that it’s more important than ever for recruitment businesses to stay ahead of the game and ensure their services are mobile friendly. The Development Team at CV-Library have focused on…

Edenred launches new “on demand” mobile employee discount scheme

Edenred is launching a new mobile employee savings scheme which will allow participants the opportunity to find discounts on the move with their smartphones and tablets. The new scheme will work through a mobile website which will allow employees to check for discounts when they are out and about. It features a unique location-based service…

Edenred launches childcare vouchers for smartphones

Edenred, the UK’s leading childcare provider of childcare vouchers, has launched a childcare voucher service for smartphones offering increased flexibility and convenience to working parents. A secure mobile site designed to work with all smartphones enables beneficiaries check their balances, view statements and make payments on the go. The new site designed for smartphones means…

LV= Launches new smartphone enabled careers website

Mutual insurance, retirement and investment group LV= has developed a new smartphone enabled careers website. The site has been developed to give mobile job seekers access to LV= careers information using a simplified design which delivers a fast, clear and logical user experience. Acknowledging the restrictions of screen size and bandwidth of mobile handsets, as…

Social media and mobile technology will revolutionise the recruitment industry

Technology will be used by candidates to navigate the recruitment process and enable recruiters to explore their particular niche in the market according to a new report launched by REC Technology. ‘Recruitment 2022 – The Effect of Social Media and Technology on Future Recruitment,’ examines the recruitment process from three key perspectives – candidate, hirer…

Workers not switching off due to use of mobile devices

Research by specialist IT staffing provider, Modis, has suggested that many employees find themselves on call all of the time. The increased use of mobile devices has become an important component of business in recent months; however this is leaving office workers unable to switch off and many admit that they regularly take their work…

Employees using mobile devices increases risk of data loss

3.1m of the UK’s workforce have unintentionally lost work data from their work device over the last year, either through malfunction or corruption according to new research by Kroll Ontrack. Employees accessing work information from a remote device within UK businesses is at an all-time high, with 10.3m employees now using persona laptops, tablets and…

Graduates yet to embrace mobile for job applications

According to new research from graduate-jobs.com, graduates are yet to embrace mobile technologies when applying for graduate roles. The report reveals that only one in nine (11%) of the 650+ survey respondents had applied to a graduate scheme using their mobile. Perhaps surprisingly, this percentage was exceeded by graduates who had applied for such roles…

Citrix GoToAssist Enhances Mobile and BYOD Support

Citrix announced that its market-leading remote support product, Citrix GoToAssist, now offers an expanded feature set to address the growing IT demand to support mobile devices. As recent research has indicated, mobile workstyles and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) company initiatives are becoming accepted business practices, putting increased pressure on IT staff to deliver fast…

Death of the office landline: more than half of workers snub desk phones for mobiles

two thirds of employees take calls outside of office hours, finds Natterbox survey ~ More than half of workers now use their mobile phones in preference to their office landline marking a new era of remote and flexible working, research has revealed. The survey by Natterbox, the cloud based voice service provider, has found that…

The impact of BYOD on e-disclosure

The increase in the number of employers permitting and even encouraging employees to use their own personal electronic devices for work purposes, which has become known as “bring your own device” to work (BYOD), has far reaching impacts. The well-reported positives to be gained from such practices are that they can: greatly assist mobility of…

A ‘mobile first’ approach to graduate recruitment

A seminar held last week in London, promoted the advantages of adopting a ‘mobile first’ digital strategy when recruiting graduates. The seminar featured sessions on the rapid development of the UK’s mobile landscape, the growing significance of mobile in media consumption, and the practical considerations involved in developing a ‘mobile first’ graduate recruitment strategy. The…