PHARMAGEDDON – Houston we have a problem!


Posted by Prashanie Dharmadasa - Global Engagement Lead | HR transformation, Skills gap
Posted on May 8th, 2013 at 1:29 pm

Dark clouds descend on the horizon…rogue comets pass though the earth’s asteroid belt pelting space debris like fireballs from the sky and a Texas sized asteroid marking our imminent extinction  – its only a matter of time! Read full post

The risk and complexities of talent acquisition for SMEs


Posted by Julie Copperthwaite - Director, Life Sciences | employer brand, Quality hires, recruitment, Skills gap
Posted on February 9th, 2012 at 11:53 am

So here’s the thing; times are changing. Change is the new normal and whilst the bigger organisations can try to weather the storm through making workforce cuts, they don’t all make it. What then about the SME’s of the world?
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Unemployment is high, therefore organisations will have more candidates to choose from?

Posted by Karen Harrison - Business Unit Director | candidate attraction, recruitment, Skills gap
Posted on September 9th, 2011 at 1:13 pm

The headlines are not easy to miss: “unemployment rate at 7.9%”, “2.494m people out of work”, “redundancies are up (32,000)”, “vacancies are down (22,000)”, therefore companies should be inundated with candidates looking for work. Yes…however, many organisations are finding it harder and harder to find the talent they need to grow their businesses in a time where there is increasing uncertainty about growth prospects in both the UK and global economies.
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