The days of employees staying in a job for life seem to be well and truly over. A recent Monster survey shows that the average employee turnover rate is 15%
With the much-maligned millennials now a fully established part of the workforce, recruiters have a new challenge on their hands with Generation Z. Referring to those born between 1995 &
There are record lows in unemployment, a shortage of skilled candidates in sectors such as IT, Construction and Healthcare, as well as an increased demand for permanent staff form employers.
It has now been just over four months since Google for Jobs launched in the UK, and the recruitment industry as a whole is still getting used to this new
The recent Haigh Associates promotional video has caused a furore on social media, but it’s not the first time a company has made a mistimed, ill-informed or downright cringe-worthy video.
Indeed announced last week that as of January it is removing recruitment agencies, RPO’S and staffing firms from their organic listings in the US and Canada. As one of the
It was announced last week that LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, has reached an agreement to purchase Glint, a company that provides employment engagement services for businesses and organisations. Firstly,
Google for Jobs has dominated our newsfeed recently, with their launch in the US last year, followed by Latin America, South Africa, India and Canada. They are certainly spreading their
Google for Jobs has been big recruitment news recently, initially launching in the US last year, followed by more international launches since the start of the year. Initially Latin America,
Indeed, the worldwide jobs search engine that aggregates job listings from thousands of websites, including job boards, staffing firms, associations, and company career pages, have changed their user interface (UI).