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Rec firm “brings tech to life” for young women
Rullion are aiming to get more girls interested in STEM careers to improve gender parity...
PHENOMENAL rec results forecast for 2017 already
Recruiter's really are renouncing austerity...
Mum's the word: Jobseekers still rely on mum for career advice
New research finds that shocking amounts of candidates still seek...
The top 25 public sectors your candidates want to work for...
The forthcoming IR35 reforms have raised concerns that competitiveness and talent recruitment in the public sector will be...
Are funny job ads killing your reputation?
Evidently, there’s a fine line between 'banter' and offending candidates...
'Feel-good' market feeling threatened by 'ongoing' lack of talent...
51% of employers believe that a shortfall of candidates is looming, with businesses,...
Industry welcomes IR35 amendments - but 'serious concerns' remain
Monday's 700 page Finance Bill added warnings and amendments to proposed IR35 changes...
Black male candidates from London less likely to land job
Black male graduates living in London are almost twice as likely to remain unemployed than their white counterparts...
Are rec consultants harming university diversity?
A Professor in equality and diversity management has warned that universities need to improve the language and structure of hiring processes...
How much does happiness pay? Candidates top 10 dream jobs revealed...
Candidates often dream of their ideal role, of securing that perfect...
Older jobseekers face significant ageism
'Ageism plays a significant role in the UK labour market...'
Candidates failing to turn up to interviews due to poor engagement
What’s more, candidates blamed their absences on that company that they were supposed to be meeting...
Impenetrable jargon putting off candidates from applying for jobs
Research shows that some adverts make job roles seem needlessly complicated...
€25k rec competition aims to future-proof industry...
A unique competition to find innovative solutions for problems in the modern...