NHS doctors and nurses will be excluded from restrictions to the number of visas granted to skilled non-EU migrant workers under plans expected to be announced tomorrow (15 June).
Employers are hiking up salaries in order to attract candidates amid severe staff shortages, according to the latest data from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation.
With a review of the Tier 2 visa system for non-EU nationals promised by home secretary Sajid David, Rachel Harvey from Shakespeare Martineau sets out what employers would like to see.
Accountancy giant PwC will no longer allow shortlists of candidates for any jobs in the UK that consist only of men as it attempts to close its gender pay gap, the worst among the big four for mean hourly pay.
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Home secretary Sajid Javid has said that the Home Office would conduct a review of its under-fire policy on issuing Tier 2 visas to skilled candidates from outside the EU and its use of a cap to limit numbers entering the UK.
Many of us associate crowdsourcing with raising money or start-up investments, but it can have a valuable role in finding the right people for your organisation. Juliet Eccleston from AnyGood? argues that it can create a fairer and more effective hiring process.
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