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Russel Group Universities

Russel Group Universities

By using the Russell Group as a byword for ‘intelligent’, employers show they don’t understand unis Rather than simply picking from an elite group, employers would do well to recognise the different specialisations that every university has to offer Feminist campaigners say that...
What you need to know about Brexit and applying to the EU Settlement Scheme

What you need to know about Brexit and applying to the EU Settlement Scheme

What you need to know about Brexit and applying to the EU Settlement Scheme  Overview If you’re an EU, EEA or Swiss citizen, you and your family can apply to the EU Settlement Scheme to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021. If your application is successful, you’ll get...
What do recruiters really want?

What do recruiters really want?

What do recruiters really want? Whatever your area of expertise, when it comes to job applications and interviews, it seems some ‘pet peeves’ are universal. Whether it’s a stock CV phrase or an interview bugbear, most hiring managers know exactly what they like and what they don’t...
Writing the perfect CV

Writing the perfect CV

It’s hard for candidates to write a CV; never knowing what to put on it, how to arrange it and what’s relevant can be difficult to sort out. These things, on the other hand, they’re a little more obvious mistakes that jobseekers should never, ever put on their CV.  Meaningless...
A Good Company Culture Is Worth More Than Extra Pay Says Survey

A Good Company Culture Is Worth More Than Extra Pay Says Survey

Good culture bias. A new study of HR workers, employees and managers in the UK has found that over three in five of employees would rather work for a company that had a culture where people were praised and thanked regularly for doing good work, than for a company that paid 10 per cent more but...
Brexit: What happens to EU citizens currently living in the UK?

Brexit: What happens to EU citizens currently living in the UK?

What happens to EU citizens currently living in the UK?  EU citizens currently living in the UK need to apply for Settled Status or pre-settled Status. The scheme will open fully by 30 March 2019. The test phase opened on 20 January. Applying during the test phase will involve a fee (which...
Jobs market remains ‘robust’

Jobs market remains ‘robust’

Jobs market remains 'robust' The UK’s job market continues to demonstrate its ‘robust’ nature as new statistics reveal that the unemployment rate has maintained a figure of 3.8% for February to April 2019. According to the Office of National Statistics’ (ONS) labour market figures for...
UK wage growth faster than expected

UK wage growth faster than expected

UK wage growth faster than expected Wage growth beat market and economist expectations in the three months from February to April. Pay rose by 3.4% compared with a year ago. After taking inflation into account, wage growth was 1.4%, official figures show. The unemployment rate remained at...
Congratulations Suzanne Marley (Head of HR, Nikon)

Congratulations Suzanne Marley (Head of HR, Nikon)

Congratulations Suzanne Marley, (Head of HR, Nikon) on such a great achievement, completed walking 1000 miles for The Fircroft Trust charity today! An inspiration to us...

London hiring confidence halves, report reveals

Against the backdrop of record employment and ongoing Brexit negotiations, employers in London are bearish about hiring, according to research from the ManpowerGroup. The ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey is based on responses from 2,100 UK employers. It asks whether employers intend to...
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