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The right people for the job

The right people for the job

Smaller organisations are investing more in human resources in recognition of the importance of recruiting and retaining the right staff if the experience of The FIRM, the leading forum for in-house recruitment managers, is anything to go by.…

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Battle for talent increases

Battle for talent increases

The proportion of employers reporting an increase in competition for well-qualified talent has risen threefold from 20 per cent in 2009 to 62 per cent in 2013, according to theCIPD/Hays Resourcing and Talent Planning Survey 2013.…

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Recruitment rises to a six-month high

Recruitment rises to a six-month high

The number of people placed in permanent jobs continued to increase in May, with the rate of expansion quickening to a six-month high, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation/KPMG Report on Jobs.…

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UKIP member: it's 'received wisdom' for employers to avoid hiring women of childbearing years

UKIP member: it's 'received wisdom' for employers to avoid hiring women of childbearing years

UKIP's spokesperson on Economic Affairs and Women's Issues has been criticised for saying that it is 'received wisdom' for employers to avoid hiring women of childbearing years.…

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How to hire the right manager

How to hire the right manager

Line managers play a huge role in unlocking sustained, strong performance from their teams, which is why high-performing organisations invest in their managers to be great engagers. This investment starts with recruiting the best possible managers for the business and then giving them the support, confidence and competence to help them influence great performance from their teams. Leadership and management consultant Jane Sparrow gives some advice on how to go about getting the best person for the job.…

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