Thursday, 14 September 2017

Recruiting Generation-Z? Use agility and image | Recruiters Weekly News

Also: protecting unsecured workers remains a challenge, but do Australia’s new laws hold the solution? Australia: three states announce labour hire licensing The troublesome issue of unsecured work has drawn a fair amount of attention both in Britain and abroad in recent years, and the challenge of protecting low-skilled employees caught in the ‘uberisation of […]

Monday, 11 September 2017

How to future proof your recruitment process

The internet age has provoked one of the most rapid technological advancements in human history. But, as we stand on the threshold of even greater progress in the fields of artificial intelligence and automation, what hope do smaller businesses have of keeping pace? It is a topic that eBoss knows only too well. The employment […]

Friday, 8 September 2017

Recruitment: A buyer’s market? | Recruiters Weekly News

Market data suggests that average earnings may be falling – but are the figures giving us an accurate picture of today’s recruitment landscape? Advertised wages reach a three year low The cost of the hire has become a major concern for many businesses in recent years, but one unexpected piece of news this week would […]

Friday, 25 August 2017

Have formal qualifications had their day? | Recruiters Weekly News

Top employers prize intelligence and integrity above grades. MI5 recruitment to keep an eye on budgets If you were asked to create a new job by merging two existing positions, you would be hard pressed to find a more glamorous combination than ‘spy-plus-investment banker’. And yet, that is precisely the dream job that domestic intelligence […]

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

EHRC: flexible working agreements as standard | Recruiters Weekly News

A new report suggests that flexible working arrangements may address many of the fundamental inequalities of the workplace. But how can businesses meet the logistical demands of managing a highly flexible workforce? Flexibility as standard The digital age has spawned an abundance of catchy buzzwords – from paperless offices to uberfication – to describe what […]

Monday, 14 August 2017

Businesses scramble for GDPR compliance | Recruiters Weekly News

The British government has confirmed that the GDPR data rules will come into force in May 2018. Yet one survey says that most UK businesses remain unaware of the requirements, the solutions – and the multimillion pound fines – that the new legislation will entail. Why GDPR is serious business This week, the British government […]

Monday, 7 August 2017

The recruitment balancing act | Recruiters Weekly News

New studies from Australia suggest bias can remain even in blind selection processes; the NHS seeks a mental health expansion, and UK aviation is creating jobs. Expansion of mental health care will face tough challenges The UK government has announced a major expansion of NHS mental health care services and facilities, which will include a […]