Friday 20th January 2017 - Recruitment Roundup

Posted by Kate Smedley on 20 Jan 2017

Your weekly dose of news and blog highlights condensed to a few links. Read on for interesting topics regarding recruiting, technology and other random subjects.

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5 Strategies To Improve Workplace Wellbeing

Posted by Kate Smedley on 19 Jan 2017

PwC’s 20th Annual CEO Survey reports that 83% of UK CEOs are concerned about their ability to attract people with key skills in the coming 12 months. Workplace wellbeing is central to your ability to hire and retain talent in 2017 but the UK is facing a problem. 

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Topics: talent engagement

Why You Should Spend More Time Thinking About Recruitment Software

Posted by Kate Smedley on 17 Jan 2017

You need to take recruitment software seriously in 2017. That’s if you’re serious about attracting the best talent to your organisation. If technology isn’t a priority for your business already, start thinking about it now. Here’s why:-

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Topics: HR software

Friday 13th January 2017 - Recruitment Roundup

Posted by Kate Smedley on 13 Jan 2017

Your weekly dose of news and blog highlights condensed to a few links. Read on for interesting topics regarding recruiting, technology and other random subjects.

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Is Your Business Guilty Of These 3 Employer Fails?

Posted by Kate Smedley on 12 Jan 2017

Be prepared for a talent exodus from your business in the coming months. That’s the underlying message from Investors in People's (IIP) Job Exodus Trends Report[1] for 2017. Nearly 6 out of 10 people are thinking about moving jobs this year, representing a rise of 10% on last year. A quarter of employees have already begun their job search according to IIP.

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Topics: Rants

The Changes You Need To Make To Fill Your Empty Graduate Jobs

Posted by Kate Smedley on 11 Jan 2017

Over half of all UK businesses (52%) failed to fill all of their graduate vacancies in 2016, that’s according to the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR). Of approximately 13,000 jobs posted in 2016, 5.4% are still vacant. 

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Topics: graduate recruitment

8 HR Technology Terms Your Business Needs Today

Posted by Kate Smedley on 10 Jan 2017

Technology is rapidly advancing and for the HR professional still finding their way around recruitment software some of the terms used can cause confusion. We’ve compiled a list of essential HR technology terms for 2017. Some may be familiar, others may be new but all are relevant for your recruitment process this year:-

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Topics: HR software

CEO Pay : A Case Of Deja Vu?

Posted by Kate Smedley on 6 Jan 2017

A year ago, we published an article posing the question ‘are UK leaders out of touch?’ following Fat Cat Tuesday, which highlighted the chasm between the pay of the UK’s top bosses compared to the average worker.  At the time, the CIPD called for a ‘dramatic rethink’. Fast forward one year and we seem to have a clear case of déjà vu.

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Topics: Rants

Friday 6th January 2017 - Recruitment Roundup

Posted by Kate Smedley on 6 Jan 2017

Your weekly dose of news and blog highlights condensed to a few links. Read on for interesting topics regarding recruiting, technology and other random subjects.

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The 2017 Tech Trends HR Can't Ignore

Posted by Kate Smedley on 4 Jan 2017

Technology will yet again be the driving force behind changes to HR practice and hiring processes in 2017. Here are the 6 tech trends HR can’t ignore this year:-

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