I will speak speaking on behalf of ASIS International UK Chapter at the NAHS Conference on November 14th at Chelsea FC.
In addition to the normal recruitment activities of talking to and meeting clients and candidates, I am always fairly busy attending conferences and other industry events: this all peaked in October. The month started with the BRC Retail Crime Conference which I have attend for the last few year and is always an interesting event. This
Google is trying to disrupt the oldest system of all — the methodology we use to decide who we hire and reward professionally. Today, Google announced a new workshop that takes on the unconscious bias in the work place, appropriately titled Unconscious Bias at Work. Full article here http://venturebeat.com/2014/09/25/google-experiments-with-breaking-the-glass-ceiling/
The cost of living is beginning to ease for families across the UK as real wages grew for the first time since the recession in August, according to Adzuna. The job site’s latest UK Job Market Report, which collects every job vacancy advertised online in the UK from more than 300 sources, revealed that average
Taken from http://time.com/3399446/the-resume-section-that-matters-more-than-youd-think/ What section headings do you have on your resume? Let me guess: “Experience,” “Education,” “Additional Information,” and maybe a “Summary” section. That about covers it, right? Well, if your resume doesn’t have a “Skills” section, you’re seriously missing out on an opportunity to showcase, you know, your skills. In fact, this
A jobs boost is ahead for UK workers as more than eight out of ten (85%) of employers plan to increase their permanent workforces in the short term, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation. The HR organisation, which has 3,349 corporate members across the UK, also found three quarters (75%) of respondents plan to