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    Hospitality Demand

    At a time when hospitality is suffering its worst staffing crisis in living memory, tech startup Limber believes ‘surge pricing’ for staff can help the industry get back on its feet following Covid-19.

    Short and sweet with The Digital Recruiter: Andy Ingham, SVP, Sales International, Bullhorn answers what might be the next big thing in recruitment?

    Specifically curated for The Digital Recruiter this series of short and sweet videos brings you ideas and views from the leading edge of recruitment technology. In this episode, Andy Ingham, SVP, Sales International, Bullhorn answers what might be the next big thing in recruitment? Keep an eye on The Digital Recruiter for more insight and news on the latest in recruitment technology.

    Short and sweet with The Digital Recruiter: Andy Ingham, SVP, Sales International, Bullhorn answer what is the best thing about working in the recruitment...

    Specifically curated for The Digital Recruiter this series of short and sweet videos brings you ideas and views from the leading edge of recruitment technology. In this episode, Andy Ingham, SVP, Sales International, Bullhorn answer what is the best thing about working in the recruitment industry? Keep an eye on The Digital Recruiter for more insight and news on the latest in recruitment technology.

    AI Psychometrics Push

    AI recruitment firm, AssessFirst, has teamed up with leading Midlands based brand agency Champions (UK) plc to accelerate the introduction of advanced psychometrics to UK companies recruiting and managing workforces. Founded in 2002 with more than 3,500 clients worldwide, including Coca Cola and Puma, AssessFirst say they want to reinvent the way in which companies and recruiters hire staff in the UK.

    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.

    Engagement and efficiency

    Access Recruitment has launched its new worker mobile app, Access WorkView. With skills shortages prevalent in many sectors such as education, logistics and healthcare, Access WorkView has been created for recruitment companies to help them retain their existing temporary workers through better candidate engagement.

    Web wise

    Encore Personnel has launched an innovative new website to support job seekers in finding their perfect role quickly, as unemployment figures continue to rise. The company, which has just reported a record turnover during its busiest year to date, operates 22 managed services sites and supplies more than 3,500 temporary staff per week to businesses across the region.

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