What would the National Living Wage mean for your business?

Recruiter News

In July this year, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced that a compulsory minimum wage premium for all staff over 25 years of age would be introduced. We take a look at how this will affect businesses in the UK.

Read More

How important are academic results when recruiting graduates?

Recruiter News

A good degree is a must if new graduates are to be selected for a job interview. Or is it? James Innes, Chairman of The CVCentre.co.uk and author of The CV Book and Lisa Rinaldi, Regional Director of Cordant Recruitment highlight other factors for recruiters to consider…


Read More

What can you learn from Google about how to be a better employer?

Recruiter News

It’s often quoted that Google receives around three million CVs a year, from which it hires somewhere in the region of 5,000 people. As the senior vice president of people operations, Laszlo Bock is in charge of ensuring that the new recruits are the best ones possible – and that they don’t later run off to join competitors.

Read More

Getting graduate recruitment right

Recruiter News

A new generation of graduates have recently thrown their mortarboards up into the air and are now trying to find the career of their dreams. They have high hopes and even higher potential but, all too often, low on-the-job experience. So how, as an employer, do you ensure you hire the best candidates? How do you find the people who will make a real difference?

Read More

Keeping people motivated in the heat

Recruiter News

With temperatures soaring recently, there’s a host of associated potential problems – ranging from fainting to lethargy – that could affect productivity in the workplace. So, let’s look at five hot-topic scenarios that could affect productivity and ask the experts how to get around them…

Read More

How much can you expect people to work when they’re on holiday?

Recruiter News

Remember CrackBerrys? That was the nickname for BlackBerrys when people became addicted to constantly checking their emails on them. No one talks about CrackBerrys now, but the issues surrounding work email and how much you should, or shouldn’t check it when you’re away from the office, haven’t gone away…

Read More

A bold new look – Jobsite homepage redesign

Recruiter News

Twenty years ago we became the first multi sector job board in the UK, and since then we have paved the way as innovators in our field. Our latest bold move has been redesigning our homepage to deliver candidates the very first intelligent, personalised job search. In a move away from the traditional search led job board home page, we will be offering candidates a unique dynamic experience.

Read More

Handling seasonal demand

Recruiter News

Do you do more business in the summer? From garden centres to coffee shops, many employers experience peak demand in the summer months. Handle the peak well and you’re in for a windfall, buckle under pressure and you risk losing both the sales and your reputation. We spoke to three employers to find out how they cope with demand

Read More

Home working – an aid to productivity or an organisational headache?

Recruiter News

Flexible working is on the rise with more people eager to work at least some of the time at home – but some businesses are still wary. We spoke to business and recruitment experts to understand the benefits for companies and how to go about introducing it successfully.

Read More

Managing increased parental leave

Recruiter News

There have been many changes around parental leave recently – from statutory maternity pay to adoption leave, surrogacy leave and shared parental leave. We spoke to three people affected by parental leave to discover how they manage it…

managing-increased-parental-leave, father and child, work,

© istockphoto.com/Tommaso TagliaferriRead More
Disclaimer: Any views here do not necessarily reflect the views of Jobsite. As such we cannot be held responsible for the views expressed here or any actions taken as a consequence.