Over the past 10 years, we have seen quite a drastic shift in candidate expectations when selecting an employer to work for; gone are the days where candidates only expect the benefits of a salary and 4 weeks holiday. It’s now so much about company culture, purpose and how the employment fits around everyday life.
Over the past 12 months, even prior to COVID-19, we have been seeing many employers large and small bringing recruitment ‘in-house’ in an attempt to cut agency spend; some have been successful and some less so. We always say if you have the time and expertise to truly recruit the best candidate for your business,
Firstly, before I start this blog, I think it is important to reflect on and be grateful for the situation some of us (those who are furloughed) have found ourselves in. Whilst we may all be craving normality it is important that we take a step back and appreciate our managers, employers and the Government
I am Jemima the new Business Intern at Thompson and Terry. After being offered my internship in February I am one of the lucky ones that managed to keep hold of their internship despite lockdown. I have first-hand experience of the journey and process that is required to get an internship and I want to
In a somewhat unknown economic climate, it’s difficult to predict what the UK economy will look like once the majority of government support schemes end. Since starting my career back in 2009, and opening a recruitment agency in 2014, I have always found the job market buoyant, with redundancies rarely heard of outside the public