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3 ways to boost your social recruiter profile

With the advent of social media, the world feels like a much smaller place. It's so much easier to connect and communicate with people and it's undeniably opened a lot of doors. However, the sheer scope of the internet means that you can become inundated with information. How do you pick the good from the bad? And how do you. Read More

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The gender pay gap in the UK

Several recent reports have flagged up that British women are still getting the thin end of the wedge when it comes to equal pay. The PwC Women in Work Index puts the UK 18th in a survey of 27 OECD nations, indicating that we are being outstripped by other countries with comparable economies. The fact is that while the UK has. Read More

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Building your recruitment brand on Google+

Did you know that Google+ now has more users than Twitter and LinkedIn? That it's second only to Facebook in terms of its user base? Those facts alone should make you pause for thought if you've not yet taken any steps towards building a recruiting presence on Google+! But there's a much bigger reason for you to pay attention to Google+. Numerous. Read More

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Infographic - Recruiting for today's public sector

Following the massive austerity cuts to thousands of public sector jobs, we ask, are the reforms realistic or have those plans been scuppered by the depletion of the civil service workforce? Totaljobs asked over 1,600 public sector professionals to get their opinion, and while 62% of public sector HR staff believe that there is a major skills shortage in many areas. Read More

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