How to create a fair deal for employees? | Recruiters Weekly News

How to create a fair deal for employees? | Recruiters Weekly News

As Uber loses its right to trade in London, and the fundamental concepts of the ‘gig economy’ are called into question, business leaders and authorities must choose a path for the future of recruitment. But is the answer to regulate jobs – or to find a way to make unsecured appointments work for everyone?

Also in the headlines: the NHS faces growing competition to attract foreign skills, and the struggle to achieve equal opportunities in Australia’s police force. Continue reading.

Strong recruitment forecasts defy the pessimists | Recruiters Weekly News

Strong recruitment forecasts defy the pessimists | Recruiters Weekly News

British businesses remain set on expanding their permanent workforce – that is despite Brexit uncertainty and sluggish growth. Meanwhile, a growing number of HR personnel are learning that the best recruitment software means a system that is working for them – not replacing them.

eBoss also reports: Wage growth in Australia remains limited as the post-boom economy continues its re-adjustment. And an influential think tank reports that it is private enterprise – and not the government – that should be shouldering more of the burden when it comes to preparing young minds for the world of work.

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Do personality assessments build echo chambers at work?

Do personality assessments build echo chambers at work?

Psychometric testing is integral to the hiring process of many organisations. But if we recruit team members who are most like ourselves, do we risk turning the workplace of tomorrow into an echo chamber for our own thoughts?

eBoss considers some of the benefits and pitfalls of using psychometric recruitment software in your hiring process. Continue reading “Do personality assessments build echo chambers at work?”

Recruiting Generation-Z? Use agility and image | Recruiters Weekly News

Recruiting Generation-Z? Use agility and image | Recruiters Weekly News

The new generation of young professionals is making critical decisions about your brand before you have even opened a dialogue with your candidates. From careful image management to choosing the best recruitment software for faster selection, organisations are learning how to meet the expectations of Generation-Z.

Also in the news: Australia introduces licencing of labour hire firms in a bid to protect vulnerable and unsecured workers. Toyota demands clarity on Brexit negotiations. Continue reading

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Future-Proof Recruitment in 10 Steps

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Future-Proof Recruitment in 10 Steps

Artificial intelligence, tighter margins, and faster outcomes. The future of recruiting is one of intense competition, writes eBoss Recruitment MD David Lyons.

The jobs market is undergoing rapid evolution, and its internal processes are being restructured at an unprecedented rate. At the same time, sourcing the required skills for each vacancy has never been more challenging. Whether you are a talent specialist who wishes to improve their results for clients, or you are an HR manager who needs to assemble the most talented team in order to realise the goals of your company, you are no doubt already aware that candidate searches and overall recruitment processes require up-to-the-minute levels of sophistication in order to compete.

But what are the key areas of improvement and development that one should focus on? How is the jobs market likely to change in its composition over the coming years? From recruitment software, to analysis of the skills economy, eBoss has brought together all of the facts and strategies for you in one place, so that you can start to plan the future-proofing of your own recruitment process.

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