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Hacker uses recruitment website to infiltrate US Army
An unnamed hacker accidentally gained access to an internal US military website,...
Recruitment sees highest year-on-year salary boost
"2016 was a turbulent year for the economy, but the fact that organisations are showing signs of investing in their current and future workforce..."
Changing nature of recruitment process sees recruiters visit pre-school
"They’re putting serious money into this, to the tune of millions of dollars a year”
Trump’s jobs promise could come true if he does this…
Making America Great Again has a caveat...
EXCLUSIVE: SAFERjobs react to scam on recruitment agency EPSN
EPSN Workforce UK almost fell victim to a sophisticated scam that could have...
The weirdest things candidates have done in interviews
According to a new survey from CareerBuilder, conducted online by Harris Poll,...
Russell Brand works with recruitment agency to help ex-offenders & recovering addicts
Russell Brand has launched an employment service for ex-offenders and people overcoming addiction...
Majority of candidates apply for roles they're unqualified for
Over half of candidates have applied for a role that they were not qualified...
Jamaican bobsleigh team involved in unusual recruitment process for next coach
The heart-warming struggles of the 1988 Jamaican Winter Olympic bobsled team are being matched...
Only 25% of jobseekers use social media to find jobs
And what will have the biggest impact on recruitment over the next few years...
What does Theresa May's Brexit speech mean for recruitment?
So now we finally know what Brexit means (SPOILER: it doesn’t mean Brexit)...
UK third best for 'talent competitiveness'
The UK is the third best country in the world for ‘talent competitiveness’...
LinkedIn's hiring boss reveals 2 mistakes recruiters keep making
LinkedIn's Vice President of Global Talent Acquisition, Brendan Browne is bound...
Deficit of 3 million highly skilled workers by 2022?
83% of UK CEOs are ‘somewhat’ or ‘extremely’ concerned...
Redditors clash on how candidates should behave in interview
"About 25% asking to 75% answering sounds like an appropriate balance..."