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New speakers announced for the Talent Management and Leadership Development Summit 2013

Symposium Events is in the process of finalising the speaker line-up for the Talent Management and Leadership Development Summit 2013, taking place on the 22nd October 2013 in London. New speakers have been confirmed this week: Christoph Williams, Senior Manager Talent and Performance, Sony UK and Ireland.  Sony has been doing some innovative work in leadership development…

Eleanor Hammond: Online video interviews are set to revolutionise the recruitment process

Gurus across the globe have gazed into their crystal balls to offer their predictions of how the world will change during the coming months. Much of what is shared is thought-provoking and no doubt a good many of their predictions will come to pass. There is no shortage of seers to forecast what lies ahead…

HP launches Institute programme to increase IT skills and enhance student employability

Bridging the UK IT skills gap with Certiport, aiming to certify over 20,000 people HP today announced the launch of the HP Institute, an academic partnership programme that will provide students with the business-ready IT skills that are in deficit within the industry. HP is the first IT vendor to bring practical experience and job-ready…

Global competition for roles “the norm” by 2036

Technological advances will lead to a truly global jobs market within the next 25 years, according to new research by leading office recruitment agency, Office Angels. The survey, based on a sample of 750 jobseekers and 250 hiring decision makers, found that many employees think British companies will increasingly turn to global recruitment as a…

Why 2012 Graduate Surge Means Recruiters Need To Think Smart

2012’s bumper crop of graduate applicants will compel business to seek smarter recruitment solutions The implications of recent trends are clear: Britain’s Universities are churning out wads of worthless qualifications which are preventing businesses from distinguishing between suitable and unsuitable applicants, and harming confidence in the graduate market. Rapid University expansion, devalued exams and “Mickey…