Employers can now assess and hire those job candidates who are most likely to be engaged - a vital area for employers trying hard to maintain employee motivation and productivity, writes David Barrett.
Updated to reflect the extension of the right to apply to the sheriff to remove certain listed offences from higher-level disclosure certificates, in force on 17 February 2018.
Thousands of workers and jobseekers could potentially be misleading employers about their qualifications after buying fake degree certificates online.
Widespread uncertainty about the impact of Brexit stalled some of the UK's top employers' graduate recruitment plans in 2017, research has found.
Updated to reflect changes to Home Office guidance for sponsors relating to sponsor reporting duties.
As employers seek hard-to-find talent and want greater control of their brand, many are looking to build executive search capability in-house, rather than hire a headhunter, says Tim Connolly.
Employers wishing to sponsor non-EEA nationals under tier 2 (general) this winter should be aware that there is no guarantee that an application for a restricted certificate of sponsorship will be successful.
Predictive algorithms, machine learning and Alexa-like 'intelligent assistants' will revolutionise recruitment, says Dr Achim Preuss.
The Army has launched a recruitment advertising campaign that highlights the emotional and physical support it offers troops
In Government Legal Service v Brookes  IRLR 780 EAT, the EAT held that an applicant for a solicitors' training scheme who has Asperger's syndrome suffered unlawful disability discrimination when she was required to sit a test in a multiple choice format in the recruitment process.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to recruitment.