In the current skills shortage, attracting top talent is at least as important as attracting new customers—which means marketing needs to be part of every recruitment strategy....
Research from the data science department at Ladders shows that a quarter of all professional jobs will be remote by the end of the year. The facts are clear: remote work isn't going away....
The pandemic has turned a spotlight on mental health at work. Yet mental health first aid training at work was already gaining popularity pre-Covid....
Rising utility bills have left nearly one in five people paying more to work from home than to commute to the office last month.
So much of hiring is about building long-term relationships and really taking the time to understand candidates’ needs. That’s what enables those recruiting to really add value by making the ideal hire. But how to build those relationships? Here are four key strategies:
The Great Resignation looks set to continue, with almost a third of UK workers considering a job change in 2022. But what’s really driving this change?
What makes London so irresistible? Last year’s rumoured mass exodus from the capital didn’t happen. While 34% of Londoners planning to move house last year wanted to leave the city, London estate agents Douglas & Gordon have seen a 34% increase in enquiries this year....
Spring is here and we’re all enjoying the sunshine, but for employers there’s a cloud on the horizon: when summer comes, employees go. On holiday. En masse. If the hot weather tends to bring headaches for your business, here are five reasons to consider hiring a summer temp.
The workforce is aging. People are living longer and retiring later. So while wooing Gen Zs is important, you won’t stay competitive if you don’t make your boomers feel OK.
If you want to keep your employees happy, show you care by offering one (or several) of these refreshing drinks in your office kitchen.
While the WFH setup has been welcome for some mid-career workers and a headache for others, it's important not to overlook remote work's impact on another demographic: those who began their careers in the past two years.
Administrative assistants, PAs, and receptionists are the backbone of any business. But with only a 3% growth rate expected for administrative jobs between 2014 and 2024, if you want to stand out to employers, you’ll need to demonstrate that your skills are second to none....
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