Tag Archives: Recruitment UK

UK employment rate hits record figures

Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed that the number of people in employment in the UK has reached a record 32.7 million. Although the country is facing a period of uncertainly, the 76.1% employment rate experienced … Continue reading

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How jobseeker behaviour is changing

The recruitment industry has evolved dramatically over the last decade thanks to continued advancements in technology. Fortunately, the days where recruiters would sit around waiting for candidates to come in and register with them are long gone. Thanks to the … Continue reading

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The challenges that recruiters are facing in 2018

The combination of a skills shortage and workers being increasingly reluctant to move jobs thanks to the uncertainty of Brexit, means that recruiters have their fair share of challenges to face in 2018. If you’re worried about how you’re going … Continue reading

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With vacancies and salaries on the rise, the UK’s job market is flourishing

According to data published by CV-Library, both job vacancies and salaries were on the rise in the UK in the last quarter of 2017. It was found that advertised pay increased by 2.7% quarter-on-quarter and 1% year-on-year. Compared to the … Continue reading

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What does the future of recruitment look like?

Leading HR technology company, CareerArc, surveyed more than 1,000 professionals about the current and future state of recruitment. The infographic below provides a helpful guide to what’s happening before and after candidates submit a job application, as well as the risks and … Continue reading

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What candidates really want to see on your job adverts

A recent survey has revealed what really motivates candidates to apply for one job over another. Perhaps unsurprisingly, pay has come out on top as the most important factor. With 90% of respondents saying that salary is their top priority, … Continue reading

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The most in-demand workers in the UK

As many companies are increasing their recruitment intake, the nation’s job prospects are well and truly improving. While nearly half of all workers admit to keeping an eye out for new opportunities, it’s evident that we’re feeling more confident about … Continue reading

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Recruitment Market Analysis (Infographic)

The latest recruitment market analysis reveals that when it comes to permanent vacancies, the automotive, sport & leisure and banking sectors have witnessed the biggest increase over the last quarter. When it comes to temporary vacancies, agriculture, fishing & forestry, … Continue reading

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Recruitment Market Analysis (Infographic)

The latest recruitment market analysis shows that 2017 has begun with an increase in permanent roles and a decrease in temporary roles. Compared to this time last year however, both permanent and temporary roles are on the increase. The arts … Continue reading

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Recruitment Market Analysis (Infographic)

The latest recruitment market analysis reveals that there has been an increase in permanent vacancies on a month-on-month basis and also compared to this time last year. The industries in this sector which have enjoyed the most growth include sport … Continue reading

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