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    Mobile Thinking

    Andy Ingham, Senior Vice President, EMEA and APAC, Bullhorn on making it mobile in 2022.

    Effective and Fair

    Shazia Ejaz, Director of Campaigns at the REC on the use of data tools and AI in recruitment.

    Tools to be Trusted

    Pierre Lindmark, founder and CEO of Winningtemp asks how HR tools can help employees.

    Protect & Thrive

    Javvad Malik, lead security awareness advocate at KnowBe4 on controlling the damage from cyber attacks.

    Three for success

    VITEC video innovations outline three technological solutions that have reshaped modern workplaces.

    Do it right

    Don Mowbray, EMEA Lead, technology & development at Skillsoft gives six tips for integrating IT security into work processes.

    The human-centric future

    From the advent of the steam engine through to the creation of the internet, we as humans constantly strive for ingenuity and innovation. Our history is a story of individuals seeking to maximise use of the resources around us, to enable more productive and efficient ways of working. This ever-churning conveyor belt of workplace inventions continues to produce ingenious new technology at an astounding pace, with no sign of slowing down. AI, robotics, and automation, once the stuff of science fiction, are beginning to appear in more and more workplaces across the globe, and data shows this could yet continue.

    Shaping future careers

    Since COVID-19 became part of the vernacular, disruption has been the name of the game and no sector, industry or individual has been immune. This is particularly the case for recruitment. Much of the narrative has been around digitisation and the future of work yet it’s easy to overlook the individuals at the centre of this situation – job seekers.

    Power in People

    According to the Economist, one of the most significant outcomes of the pandemic will be ‘the infusion of data-enabled services into ever more aspects of life.’ We were already expecting a transition to digital transformation thanks to technological advancement, dubbed the ‘fourth industrial revolution'. However, following on from the pandemic which forced countless businesses to switch to remote working virtually overnight, we expect digital transformation to continue to be adopted on a larger and more rapid scale – becoming an even more prominent objective for organisations in the future.

    How can recruitment agencies create a positive candidate experience?

    Candidate experience can be defined as the perception and feelings of a job seeker on their job application process, based on their interaction during the hiring process. This includes all points of contact during recruitment – job search, the application process, interview process, and sometimes even onboarding.

    It’s a new old world

    What phrase is guaranteed to immediately alienate a room of recruiters? ‘Back in my day.’ Cue eyes rolling, phones idly checked and people sliding down their chairs a little further. Recruitment has changed with the world, but with significant lag. People who excel at sales tend to be creatures of habit and resistant to change; if it worked for them, it’ll work for you. It can take a lot to convince a sales leader to embrace new modes of working when the continual pressure of targets.

    Technology to trust

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the fastest-growing and popular data-driven technologies being used all around the world. A recent report from Cognizant revealed that almost a fifth (18 per cent) of UK organisations are already in the advanced stages of AI maturity, with the number of firms proficient in the use of various AI technologies expected to jump further over the next few years.

    How your recruitment firm can use Facebook job postings to source quality candidates

    Are you using Facebook’s job posting feature to publish your recruitment agency’s jobs?

    Beating the online recruitment cyber threat in 2021

    Over the past year, cyber threats targeting the online recruitment industry have grown exponentially and should be a front of mind concern for recruiters - if they aren’t already. With the global economy said to have lost out on $3.7tn in earnings throughout the pandemic and the UN's International Labour Organization stating that 8.8% of global working hours were lost in 2020, it’s needless to say jobs are in high demand.

    Experiencing Work

    2020 ushered in a new era of work for all of us. Around the globe we have had to embrace remote and hybrid working – learning new ways to collaborate and communicate with our colleagues.


    Whether you’re upskilling your existing team or bringing in fresh talent, apprenticeships can be an excellent way of driving innovation and providing your teams with the latest skills and fresh ideas.

    Democratising Tech

    With the growing demand for software development professionals already producing a talent shortage of 40 million workers worldwide and projected to reach more than double that by 2030, Ignas Rubežius, CEO of The Remote Company believe no-code solutions will be the way forward. According to Rubežius no-code allows anyone in an organisation to code cheaper, faster, and without any prior knowledge in programming.

    Boost your ROI

    Emily Buckley, Chief Writer at Wave looks at data analytics

    Marketers Mistakes

    Dan Stobbs, Head of Social Media at BlueSky PR looks at four content marketing mistakes


    Chris Horner, Insolvency Director at Business Rescue Expert asks Is Digital Transformation the Key to Business Survival in the New World?


    Avance Services Bandev Gosh looks at the role of Artificial Intelligence in recruitment

    Push on Through

    Emily Buckley, Chief Writer at Wave gives her top tips to survive and thrive through the pandemic

    A New Future of Work

    Nicole Bello, VP SMB and Channel EMEA, UKG explains a future propelled by the pandemic is driven by workforce management technology

    Technology the Key

    Emily Buckley, Chief Writer at Wave looks at Talent Attraction
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