This month, Jobsite celebrates 20 years of connecting recruiters with high quality talent – we think this is a pretty big deal. To mark our birthday, we’ll be kicking off an extensive multi-channel marketing campaign to celebrate with our candidates and reward our clients.
Once upon a time the answer to the above question was fairly straightforward: you simply led employees up the career ladder, one step at a time. Not anymore. Now, with people switching jobs (and careers) frequently, you need to ensure your company is offering effective career development. We spoke to some experts to find out how.Read More
Ensuring that your company is packed with the most talented people in your industry is integral to ensuring long-term competitiveness. But in this ever-changing world where new technologies are gaining momentum with Vine-like speed, how do companies go beyond succession planning and hire the people they will need in the future, as opposed to those they need right now?
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.
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.
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?
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…
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…