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Employers commonly use the internet to attract and recruit candidates.
Popular channels include: online job boards; traffic-generation strategies; search engine optimisation and search engine marketing; social media and business networking channels; and the employer’s corporate website or corporate careers site.
29 Jun 2020
Although most organisations have frozen recruitment while they focus on recovery, BAE Systems is bucking the trend by going ahead...
18 Jun 2020
Demand at DIY stores and for online shopping drives surge in demand for staff but doubts persist over the sustainability of the trends.
29 May 2020
Recruiters that were prompted to consider flexible working when posting a job were 20% more likely to list flexible work...
30 Apr 2020
The government has said it is on track to meet its target of 6,000 additional police officers in England and...
30 Apr 2020
How can businesses attract and recruit the best candidates when everyone's working at home?
9 Apr 2020
Indeed, Monster and TotalJobs report surge in farm-related job searches from within the UK.
25 Mar 2020
Companies have been forced to scale down entry-level recruitment programmes.
19 Mar 2020
ON-DEMAND | As the true impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic becomes apparent, employers are facing...
9 Mar 2020
With employment at a record high, talent attraction has become extremely competitive, with the need to promote a strong employer...
31 Jan 2020
TMP Worldwide took the coveted Work of the Year for its campaign for The AA.
29 Nov 2019
Indeed has reported a steep decline in online searches for nursing jobs.
20 Nov 2019
Tech firm SAP scooped the Employer Branding Award for its “Bring everything you are – be everything you want” campaign,...
3 Sep 2019
Ending employers' ability to ask candidates about salary history could help tackle gender and ethnicity pay gaps but how best to achieve this?
22 Aug 2019
Half of UK workers are put off applying for a role because of jargon in a job description, according to...