Today:

25/02/2021

Tag: employment

Are America’s Coastal Communities Collapsing?

America is perhaps one of the most affected places in the world when it comes to COVID-19. While the reason behind this is open to debate (and not something we’re going to engage in), there is no doubt that significant damage has been done to the country.

A must read for all HR directors and business owners! Why rejecting a candidate can cause millions in lost revenues.

" The case of Virgin Media’s appalling candidate experience is probably the most well-known"

An interview with Alexander Paterson, CEO of Tech Startup WhatJobs.com

As we make our transition to encompass a wider audience we will now be interviewing a leading figure in tech, employment or business and find out what drives them to do what they do. Throughout a series of questions our aim is to get some insight into the secret of their success. This week we are speaking Alexander Paterson of job search portal WHATJOBS?

Hull startup Clickajobs launches in the USA

Graham Hirst, President of UK based Clickajobs Ltd portal today announced the successful launch of www.clickajobs.com to serve the post pandemic US job market. On why he decided to launch now Hirst had this to say “We have received strong support from our US customers to launch a dedicated job board in the United States and we have responded”

Furlough presents a valuable opportunity for both employers and staff

The coronavirus outbreak has created challenges for businesses and staff unlike anything most of us have ever seen. The Government’s furlough scheme has no doubt been instrumental in saving jobs (or at...

Top Ten UK Job Search Websites for 2020 & 2021

It is fair to say that 2020 has been something of an unusual year. The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has created upset under and stress everywhere. One area that has come considerable pressure...
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Fancy a part-time job paying $200,000?

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) has made international news by advertising a part-time job in Pennsylvania, the USA, that comes with a whopping salary of $200,000!

Job market set to bounce in the UK whilst the EU struggles

This will be welcome news for Pro Brexiteers and food for thought for those who think the UK should have remained in the EU.

Working from home can be bad for your health

If safety measures are not taken, then it could lead to expensive claims for employers