Recruiters needed for new TV series

We have been asked to help a TV production company out on a new TV series they are planning. The series will feature experienced recruitment experts to provide an audience with the ultimate escape. The show will see ordinary people from the UK embark on a quest to find their dream job in their dream …

VIDEO: Watch our Editor interviewed at the Recruitment Agency Expo 2017

Earlier this month, our editor, Paul MacKenzie-Cummins, addressed a delegation of over 220 recruitment marketers and business owners at the Recruitment Agency Expo held at London’s Olympia conference centre. Afterwards, Paul was interviewed for Employment Innovation TV. Click below to play video.  

Survey your market and share your results with the media

Information is one of the most valuable commodities any business can have – the more you have of it the more people will want to talk to you, do business with you and hear what you have to say. That’s why we have introduced a new addition to our service portfolio – market research. We …

59% of UK employees plan to switch jobs in 2017

More than half of the UK’s workforce will be on the look out for a new role in the year ahead, as employee confidence mirrors that of employers. That’s according to figures published in Investors in People’s annual Job Exodus Trends report. It found that 3 out of 5 (59%) workers plan to switch jobs …

Fat cat salaries: Our Editor speaks to the BBC to defend executive pay

Recruiter imPRint editor, Paul MacKenzie-Cummins, appeared on BBC Radio Wales today talking about executive pay in light of Jeremy Corbyn’s proposals this week…not everyone agreed with Paul as you will hear! (FFWD to: 01:42:43) http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b086vb5v#play In addition to editing Recruiter imPRint, Paul is the managing director of fastest growing PR agency for the recruitment industry, …