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, …

The social media and recruitment technology trends to look out for in 2017

by Paul MacKenzie-Cummins (This article was written by Paul for the January edition of Recruitment International – see here).   In 2017, social media is going to become more challenging for recruiters. But the challenge will come from other recruiters for 2017 will be the year that social media will no longer be considered a …

Record number of new recruitment businesses entered market in 2016

Recruitment industry has grown by 55.7% over last five years 2016 saw the highest number of new recruitment agencies on record opening their doors for the first time, according to a leading PR & Marketing Communications firm for the recruitment industry. Figures obtained by Clearly PR & Marketing Communications this week, under a Freedom of …

We want to hear from you

The January/February edition (Issue 5) of Recruiter imPRint will be published at the end of January, and we’re looking for recruiters to help us with some of the content! Here’s what we need: Your favourite recruitment blogs The Twitter accounts you check every day (e.g. @Rec_Imprint @greg_savage @RecruiterMag) The best career/leadership advice you have ever …

November+December issue out now

The November+December issue of Recruiter imPRint magazine is out now. And it’s our best issue yet. In this issue we feature three recruitment agencies that have generated some incredible results through a savvy use of media relations, social media and content marketing. We also hear from someone who many of you will be all too …