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The REC is pleased to announce that its new board has now taken office, completing a year-long overhaul designed to better serve the interests of recruiters across the UK. Earlier this year members of the REC voted to approve REC Council recommendations on modernising how the REC is run....
We all have ambitions for our future. Autistic people are no different. But too many people with autism are missing out on employment and the chance of a fulfilling future. Autistic people bring unique individual qualities and diverse perspectives to the workplace....
Come gather 'round, people Wherever you roam And admit that the waters Around you have grown And accept it that soon You'll be drenched to the bone If your time to you is worth savin' And you better start swimmin' Or you'll sink like a stone For the times they are a-changin'
Businesses are having to amend their models to survive and thrive over the coming months and SERT Middle East can assist with your hiring requirements to help you through this.
Meet Arnie Moyo our very first candidate to sit refresher and assessment inside our recently opened ASC centre.
From board games to game changing results, its taken me nearly 4 years to reunite with Les and very pleased to have him on board !
Lifted from Linkedin earlier - reminded us about a number of key aspects of the transformational change required by recruitment organisations in order to survive and prosper. Relying on the past is no guarantee for the future.
Despite the dramatic impact of Covid, funding is not an obstacle for recruitment companies wanting to do deals, “with a wall of cash waiting to be spent”.
A quick Friday share summarising a few of the latest UK labour market insights. It seems there was less drastic headline movement from May to June than perhaps expected - but the underlying data is of course still very worrying. #keepsafe #keepbritainworking from our friends at Emsi UK
Recently the call came that I was now unfurloughed and could return to work. I prepared myself for the new way of working in order to get in and open the training centre.
The Electrical Training Area did not exist before Lockdown. The opportunity to improve our site arose and we were able to minimise the impact of furlough and endeavour to get key utility workers back in a position to operate.
COVID-19 presented SERT with challenges we hadn’t envisaged, where tough decisions had to be made to ensure we were in a position to come out business-ready after lockdown.