The age of inclusion: Embracing a multi-generational workforce

For perhaps the first time in history, today’s dynamic workforce is experiencing a unique phenomenon — five generations working side by side. It’s a huge win for diversity, but ...

Celebrating 25 years of recruitment evolution: But what next?

If we think back to before the millennium, the world as we knew it has changed significantly. In the year that the London Eye and Millenium Dome were constructed and we all worried ...

Recruitment compliance in the UK: The good, the bad, and the ugly

In a general election year that kicked off with a recession (albeit a seemingly short and shallow one), staffing businesses are understandably looking for not only stability, but also ...

Tackling skills shortages: A lesson in defense

It’s no secret that employers across the globe are facing significant skills shortages. A growing gap between supply and demand of STEM experts in particular is hitting every sector. ...

Recruitment megatrends: Overcoming instability through insight

Succeeding through uncertainty has become a new imperative for UK businesses. In four short years, employers have navigated numerous seismic shifts — from Covid-19 and the cost-of-living ...

Hiring market: Which regions are being hardest hit?

It’s no secret that the recruitment market is tough. We have seen vacancies decline, which, in the shadow of the post-pandemic highs many firms rode, is making life more difficult ...

Why the labor market is still strong despite the economic turmoil

As we come to the end of what I have described as a year of four very different quarters, it’s a prime time to step back and reflect on the last few months. It’s been a tough time ...

AI summit: Transforming workforce health for economic growth

The AI summit at Bletchley Park has concluded, with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak celebrating it as a major diplomatic success, emphasizing the international declaration and multilateral ...

Time for Tech — or Get Left Behind

If 2023 was the “OMG” of recruitment years because of its unrelenting ups and downs, we hope a touch of “FOMO” next year will push many recruitment firms to switch on to tech. As ...

A Borderless Temporary Workforce for a Global Energy Transition

As global leaders meet at COP 28, the UN’s climate change conference, in December, the recruitment industry is looking for one key issue to be addressed: What can be done to deliver ...

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