Category: recruiters

Employment among people with disabilities rising

REC: ‘The employment gap falling over the last six years is good news. It shows that employers are moving from good intentions to making a tangible difference on the disability and wider inclusion agenda.’

Diversity and inclusion a priority for many jobseekers

Professionals who look for diversity and inclusion commitment most are those who work in business and professional services (67%), banking (67%) and education (63%).

Employers urged to address engineering skills gap caused by retirement

WR Engineering: ‘With an ageing workforce meaning hundreds of thousands of engineering roles will need replacing, companies must do their utmost to encourage young people to become engineers and skilled technicians.’

Recruitment sector remains strong

Margins across the recruitment profession remain strong, but staff attrition and a need to upskill teams remain key challenges along with Brexit.

Government calls for evidence on improving cyber security

This latest call is part of the government’s current review of cyber security incentives and regulations.

Recruiters urged to use expertise to help close disability employment gap

According to APSCo, recruiters must utilise their skills to drive change and help to close the disability employment gap.

Overlooking compliance could seriously harm recruiting companies

Global Talent Acquisition Day (GTAD) is a worldwide day to celebrate recruiters, hiring managers, and anyone operating in the talent acquisition sector.

Awareness is key to fighting cybercrime in recruitment

There has been a 33% increase in the cost of cybercrimes across all sectors since 2016, with ‘human-enabled insider threats’ now accounting for more than 90% of all incidents.

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