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recruitment
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15
Feb

Who you gonna call? How ‘ghosting’ has moved into the workplace

By Laura Little, Learning and Development Manager at CABA In the dating world, it’s the dreaded term that has come to mean one person cutting off another entirely, without reason. But now ‘ghosting’ has entered the workplace too, causing headaches in the form of lost time and resources for employers, HR and recruiters alike. Candidates...
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04
Oct

Diversity issues: Making sure your recruitment process is female friendly

By Zandra Moore, CEO of Panintelligence There’s a huge amount of female talent out there and if a business isn’t taking steps to address diversity issues in the workplace, including making its recruitment process more female friendly, then of course that business will be missing different perspectives and the potential that gender diversity unlocks. Businesses...
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19
Feb

Employers ‘living in the dark ages’ when it comes to recruiting women

UK employers are ‘living in the dark ages’ when it comes to recruiting women, according to new research. Research conducted by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), found that many businesses’ attitudes are decades behind the law. The survey of 1,106 senior decision makers in business found that round a third of private sector...
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19
Dec

Inspirational Woman: Aimee Bateman | Founder & CEO of Careercake.com

Aimee Bateman is Founder and CEO of Careercake.com Tell us a bit about yourself, background and your current role After graduating in 2003, I worked as a commercial recruiter. But in 2011 I became disillusioned with the recruitment industry and decided to do something about it, so I bought a second hand camera on e-bay...
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04
Dec

SAS could change selection test to make process easier for women

The SAS is considering making changes to their selection process to give women a better chance of succeeding. Applicants to the special forces must all complete a rigorous fitness test before they can be considered further. The tasks, including long marches over mountainous terrain carrying heavy backpacks, are said to be prohibitive to women. However,...
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06
Sep

Graduate Programme | Mizuho International plc (MHI)

Looking to launch your career – start here! We offer you the ability to enjoy multiple career opportunities in the following areas of investment banking: Derivative Risk Solutions EMEA Equity Sales and Trading Finance Fixed Income Sales and Trading Information Systems Operations Risk Management We promote a high performance and collaborative culture where our people...
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08
Aug

Top tips to avoid risky recruitment errors

Recruiting new staff can be a headache for any business; finding the perfect candidate based on attributes on paper and potentially nervous interviews is a challenge. For SMEs in particular, the recruitment period is a risky time. Whilst the business may no longer be micro-sized, it still relies on a valuable workforce, and with a...
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21
Jul

Nearly half of young people have taken an unpaid internship in the UK

Nearly half of young people have taken an unpaid internship in the UK, a survey has revealed. The research, conducted by Prospects, found that young people are more likely to work as an intern unpaid than receive a wage. The graduate careers expert asked nearly 9,000 16 to 25 year olds about the types of...
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