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Traditional workplace hours of 9am to 5pm are now only the norm for a minority of workers, research suggests. Just 6% of people in the UK now work such hours, a YouGov survey found. Almost half of people worked flexibly with arrangements such as job sharing or...

Last week I was approached for an up-coming feature for the Recruitment Times.Co.UK for their new site launch. They wanted some insight from an Australian recruiter and their personal perspectives on some very tricky topics. Before I land myself in hot water, to all my LinkedIN...

Contrary to sitcoms, work life balance isn’t about sitting in coffee shops contemplating life and complaining about work. However, there are plenty of jobs where you can work from or in a coffee shop. The rise of virtual, remote, and contractual roles has contributed to...

Inclusion is essential for high performance but too many organisations only pay it lip service, writes Lee Russell of learning consultancy OnTrack. But there are 10 steps companies can take improve inclusion, and thus productivity. The great irony of organisational diversity and inclusion initiatives is that...

The COO of Meet Recruitment, Hannah Donaldson, on being a female business leader, imposter syndrome and learning to congratulate yourself… Hannah Donaldson, one of the founders of Meet Recruitment, started the company along with Paul McGuire (CEO) and Alastair Shaw (VP) in 2009, aged just 25....

  It’s a challenge as old as the recruitment industry itself. How do you write a good recruitment advert that presents my client and their opportunity in the right way, attracts quality candidates and conveys the personality and approach of my agency? The advertising landscape is complex,...

Iceland has made it illegal to pay men more than women. A new law enforcing equal pay between genders came into effect on January 1, 2018, according to Al Jazeera. Under the legislation, firms that employ more than 25 people are obliged to obtain a government certificate...

Aston Martin has its first female president in the British luxury car maker’s 105-year history. Laura Schwab, head of Aston Martin the Americas, says her promotion signals a “pivotal moment in time for women” – not just in the auto industry, but all around the world,...

InfoSec People are delighted to have joined ‘Women in Recruitment’, a pioneering organisation that we believe positively guides recruitment firms with practical support in attracting, developing and retaining our female talent. Women in Recruitment supports female talent in the industry with unique development tools, together with...