Tips for Recruiting Top E-Commerce Talent
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Having a great team on board can make your e-commerce business, with research by Nasdaq indicating that by 2040, around 95% of all purchases will be made via e-commerce. There are many e-commerce specialists you may require staff for in your organisation – including content marketers, SEO managers, email marketing specialists, and project managers. How can you ensure your company is attracting the very best talent — the kind that not only fulfils main duties but shows an innovative spirit that will take your business to the forefront of your sector? (more…)

Lucy Wyndham


Lucy Wyndham is a freelance writer and editor.


Smart Recruitment Is Making Legal Hiring Easier
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

The legal profession is a rapidly growing one, both in-person and online. According to The Global Legal Post, there has been a 22% rise in British legal professionals working entirely online, with more and more agencies devoting time to their online presence. With this greater focus on digital working, the digital skills of legal professionals have come into sharp focus. Now, more than ever, recruitment agencies are adapting their methods to make sense of what legal firms need when recruiting and how to meet that need. Ultimately, it’s making hiring easier. (more…)

Lucy Wyndham


Lucy Wyndham is a freelance writer and editor.


Ways You Can Help Your Employees Working From Home Succeed In Their Roles 
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Around 8.7 million people of the United Kingdom workforce said they have worked from home, according to data from the Office of National Statistics. That is just below 30 percent of the UK workforce and by the end of 2020, it is estimated that 50 percent of the workforce will be working from home. Many firms are discovering the benefits of offering work from home policies such as increased employee productivity and heightened employee morale. However, these benefits are not automatic. From keeping your remote workers connected to ensuring their productivity remains at the optimal level, it is only with the right employee setup and management that businesses can experience the true success of having work-from-home employees. (more…)

Lucy Wyndham


Lucy Wyndham is a freelance writer and editor.


The Ideal Driver: How To Recruit A High-End Delivery Driver For Your Business
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Amazon have announced a temporary pay increase of £2 an hour for UK delivery drivers, and they’re currently hiring thousands of new employees in the US to cover the increase in demand for deliveries. Small retail businesses looking to keep up with the competition in the current climate may be considering how they can branch out into home deliveries. With pressure on existing courier services, it may not seem like the best time to offer home delivery, but local businesses could navigate the issue by recruiting in-house drivers. If you’re looking to hire only the best talent for your business, here’s what skills you need to look for when you’re recruiting a delivery driver. (more…)

Lucy Wyndham


Lucy Wyndham is a freelance writer and editor.


How To Prepare Your Business To Recruit Service Leavers
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Between 12,000 and 20,000 veterans leave the armed services each year and venture into the civilian workforce. Yet a large percentage of them are struggling to find their perfect job role. Thanks to 31% of recruiters being reluctant to hire ex-military personnel, according to reports by SSAFA. The number one reason? Many of them worry about being adequately prepared to provide the right support for veterans. However, employing ex-military personnel can benefit your organisation in so many ways, like adding all-important diversity to your workplace, a great work ethic and providing your business with highly skilled employees. (more…)

Lucy Wyndham


Lucy Wyndham is a freelance writer and editor.


Lucy Wyndham


Lucy Wyndham is a freelance writer and editor.


Insights into remote working in 2019
Danielle Meakin - 6 Comments - 29 Sep 2019

Globally, the latest figures show that an estimated 70% of people now work remotely at least once per week. Another 53% are said to work location independent at least half of the week. With each year that passes, more individuals and businesses than ever before are transitioning to full-time remote work roles. When it comes to finding the best workers for a company, one of the top incentives to provide is a healthy work-life balance. Alongside this, the pay is still of top importance for nearly all job seekers. As both the number of remote positions and total wages continue to increase, there will be even greater competition for work-from-home roles. Explore what recruiters are now offering remote workers in terms of pay in 2019. (more…)

Lucy Wyndham


Lucy Wyndham is a freelance writer and editor.


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