Bosses feeling confident for Brexit

from This Is Money Bosses of Britain’s biggest businesses say they are feeling confident, three months on from the EU referendum. The Brexit backing came despite the fact that nearly three quarters of them voted to remain.  A survey of 100 chief executives, the first of its kind by advisory group KPMG, found most were …

Why we must embrace digital disruption and ensure no worker is left behind

from The Guardian Artificial intelligence and the fourth industrial revolution will threaten jobs but there are opportunities for growth. Disruption in the workforce is hardly a new phenomenon. Mechanisation of manufacturing, mass production and the advent of the internet and computers have all changed the way that work is done. Earlier waves of industrialisation have …

The top 5 leadership articles of the week

HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: What science tells us about leadership potential by Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, an international authority on psychological profiling and talent management, and the CEO of Hogan Assessment Systems, who work in conjuction with Odgers Berndtson. In this article, Chamorro-Premuzic looks at the role leaders play in driving employee engagement and building trust in …

Storytellers needed for next issue

In the October issue of Recruiter imPRint we will be running a feature looking at how established recruitment agencies and search firms have used a mix of public relations and marketing to grow their brands. We would welcome contributions from relevant agencies that have a great story to tell and are happy to share their …

RECRUITERS OFFERED A CHANCE TO BECOME A PR CHAMPION

A nationwide series of one day workshops have been launched that are aimed at providing recruitment agency owners and their teams with the opportunity to learn for themselves how to create successful PR and marketing campaigns that will grow their brand, better engage with clients and candidates, and increase their sales pipeline. Delivered by ClearlyPR, …