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From customer experience to clever content – key trends within the Marketing jobs sector

From customer experience to clever content – key trends within the Marketing jobs sector
As was the case back in 2014, digital continues to influence and shape every corner of the marketing sector. Businesses are recognising that they need to invest in a suite of digital platforms (online, mobile and cloud) if they’re to keep up with their customer’s expectations and beat off competition. A sentiment which has since filtered down to the jobs market.

 
 
 

Snooze, you lose, in the IT war for talent

Snooze, you lose, in the IT war for talent
As a business, its vitally important to constantly evolve your resourcing and recruitment strategy, learning from last year’s mistakes, and developing alternative approaches to gain you an edge over your competition. As many technology companies look to recruit more employees in the coming year, it may surprise you to learn that many of them will fail to review their current recruitment process, leaving them wide open to losing out to the top talent and in particular, increasing the time, cost and quality of the staff they are looking to hire.

 
 
 

The ever-evolving HR jobs market

The ever-evolving HR jobs market
As confidence in the economic climate continues to improve and businesses start to ramp up their hiring plans, activity within the HR job market has begun to escalate.

So, as more employers set their sights on tackling those skills gaps and strengthening their teams – which sectors in particular are now showing a propensity for growth?

 
 
 

The War for Talent is back as confidence returns firmly to the legal sector

The War for Talent is back as confidence returns firmly to the legal sector
2015 sees confidence firmly return to the legal community and an appetite for growth has led to a sharp increase in permanent and interim recruitment across the UK. Real Estate in particular continues to see the greatest demand for lawyers at all levels which in turn has created additional openings and opportunities in associated disciplines of planning, housing and construction. As the wider UK economic recovery gathers pace, other core practice areas such as Corporate, Banking, Commercial, IP/IT and Litigation remain buoyant with firms ensuring they go over and above on pay and benefits to attract and retain the best talent. Our latest research Talent Trends, shows that over 50% of legal professionals rate stronger benefits as essential in their next career move, and are ready to pounce for the right opportunity with 45% updating their LinkedIn profile and 44% updated their CV.

 
 
 

Time to hire critical for IT Banking talent

Time to hire critical for IT Banking talent
The first quarter of 2015 has seen a hike in opportunity for professionals in the IT Banking and Financial services sector. Permanent positions still reign over contract, with many clients struggling to fill vacancies in what remains a candidate short market.

The landscape is fiercely competitive, and with this hike in demand for talent comes a need for many clients to adapt their recruitment process, practice and mindset as they look to attract and on board candidates from a from a diminishing talent pool. As the market gains in confidence, we’re urging our clients to act quickly as many candidates are in possession of multiple offers, and to reduce the risk of aggressive ‘buy backs’ from their existing employer.
 
 
 

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