With no immediate end in sight for the government mandated lockdown, we are only just beginning to calculate what the long-term effects of the coronavirus will be on the economy, the job market, and people’s lives.
Business leaders have a lot to reflect on when it comes to the past decade.
As Generation Z enter the workforce right on the heels of Millennials, they bring with them fresh skills and innovative ideas, but with that comes new expectations and ways of working.
With the next cohort of final year students soon beginning their search for graduate placements and jobs, now has never been a better time for SMEs across the country to revamp the way they seek to attract and retain talented graduates.
As millennials are deemed as social media addicts, many older business owners are unlikely to employ them. But it might work in your favour if you do so
Clare Eagle, Chief People Officer at Natterbox advises HR departments to increase employee engagement by hiring Chief People Officers who implement initiatives to keep workers fulfilled and reduce retention
Lee Biggins, founder and CEO of CV-Library, explores CV-Library’s latest research, which looks at some of the jobs that maybe around by 2050.
Have you ever made a poor hiring decision?
With the recruitment market becoming increasingly competitive, attracting the best young talent is getting harder. Here are four tips for appealing to graduates
Business leaders must adjust their scope or risk missing out on great talent and the impressive profits they bring