Tag: Monster

Are Job Centres working?

The UK’s Job Centres are not working, it has been alleged, which could lead to difficulties in the recruitment market. A recent survey carried out by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) revealed that the centres were...

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Online HR jobs increase

The number of HR jobs being advertised online has increased, which may be good news for recruitment in the sector, new figures have revealed.According to the Monster 2009 Employment Index for August, HR advertised jobs increased...

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HR recruitment ‘has stabilised’

Recruitment of HR staff should begin to climb again by the end of this summer, it has been predicted.The latest Monster Employment Index has revealed that there was a one point increase in the number of HR jobs being advertised...

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HR in HE ‘has been transformed’

Human resources (HR) management in higher education (HE) has been transformed over recent years, boosting the productivity of such services, new research has found.The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) claims...

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HR jobs market ‘in decline’

The HR sector continues to be hit by the economic downturn, with the number of job vacancies in the profession at the second-lowest level for over a year, according to a new report. Monster’s Employment Index for May...

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Bonuses help retain talented staff

Banks which have survived the credit crunch "have a much stronger case" to offer employee rewards, according to one global management consulting firm.Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group have revealed plans...

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Recruits admit to lying in interviews

As jobseekers feel the strain of finding employment, some 23 per cent have admitted to lying in interviews.That is according to a survey conducted by recruitment agency Monster, which revealed that of the 1,314 people questioned...

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Recruits admit to lying in interviews

As jobseekers feel the strain of finding employment, some 23 per cent have admitted to lying in interviews.That is according to a survey conducted by recruitment agency Monster, which revealed that of the 1,314 people questioned...

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Workers ‘prefer bonuses to Christmas parties’

Employees would prefer to be given a bonus at Christmas rather than a party as they do not want to celebrate with someone who may sack them, a careers website says. People are concerned about keeping their jobs and do not want...

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Decline in UK online recruitment

Online recruitment in the UK has fallen for the fourth month in a row, leading to it reaching the lowest level in the last 18 months. The most significant fall was seen in the banking, finance and insurance sectors with human...

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UK workers yearn for new learning opportunities

Over three quarters of UK employees would go back to university if given the chance, either to help them achieve their career goals or to take on a new learning challenge. This is the conclusion of a new survey by Monster, which...

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