GDPR is an opportunity for recruiters to modernise their internal processes. This means improved security across every part of your enterprise. Although mail encryption will not be mandatory under GDPR, it will be seen as best practice. Do not be surprised if, sometimes, you are asked to send information or data to clients in an encrypted form.
Luckily, setting up mail encryption does not have to be complicated. And, with our step-by-step guide, you don’t need to have any technical knowledge, either. Just follow our links and instructions, and you will be sending secured messages in moments!
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New industry data singles out recruiter agility as the one attribute separating the market leaders from the rest of the pack. But how can agencies develop a nimbler approach to a demanding jobs market? The answer is found within the fundamentals of recruiting: you need a reliable talent pipeline.
The skills shortage in the UK jobs market has put extra pressure on both hiring and retention. While the armed forces struggle to find the right stuff in their candidates, one Leeds-based recruitment firm has found a novel way to keep its staff on board.
And: what’s in a name? Glassdoor has published its list of oddest job titles – but are they all as obscure as they seem? Read more recruitment news, to find out.
The UK government pledges to protect the rights of unsecured gig workers in the wake of the Taylor Review. Market data shows the extent of Britain’s skills gap – is an expansion of the Apprenticeship Levy the solution?
And recruiting through social media means big business in the modern jobs market. But how can agile businesses secure important wins on social networks on limited resources? We look at the options.
Find out what we learned, in Friday’s recruiters weekly news.
Apprenticeships are among the most reliable talent pipelines for industries needing specific, professional skills. But is enough being done to secure the futures of apprentices and attract the next generation of young professionals?
Social media searches are an increasingly significant part of recruitment agencies’ arsenal. But how are candidates making sure they get discovered in a social media search? And are their tactics still sound, in this modern age of sophisticated recruitment software? LinkedIn reveals the most commonly used buzzwords of 2017.
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A draft bill introduced to the Commons sets its sights on exploitative employers. But will the proposed changes create a different set of problems for recruiting short term personnel? As enterprise embraces agility, is it right to curb access to unsecured staffing solutions?
Also this week: new data exposes the recruiting crisis in the NHS. The emergency foundation of a central database of qualified teachers suggests that schools are faring little better.
And is recruitment one of Britain’s best-paid professions? Find out, with eBoss recruitment news.
This week’s headlines have emphasised the scale of challenges facing recruiters in 2018 – and suggest that solutions may require systemic change. But, when some of the industry’s top clients are unable to fill vacancies, how can recruiters respond?
The week saw the collapse of public sector service managers Carillion; the extent of the nursing retention crisis in NHS England; and the impact of Brexit on the graduate recruitment aspirations of some of Britain’s top employers.
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Technology is changing the way recruiters operate. Artificial intelligence takes on a growing role in the industry, while the recruitment software that powers our offices grows ever more sophisticated. Meanwhile, short term challenges like GDPR may provide openings to discover long term solutions. And will a recruitment blockchain become a reality within the next twelve months?
The eBoss team supplies the answers, in our recruitment software and tech report.