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“Candidates care about the culture of an organisation, the development opportunities and if they will be offered mentoring and flexible working arrangements.” Photograph: iStock

There’s a sense of deja vu about the current jobs market and not in a good way. Skills shortages are driving wages and benefit packages up again – by (...)

Hays, like other British recruiters, has helped to offset challenges at home with growth abroad. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Sluggish growth in net fees in Britain overshadowed strong overseas results and higher dividend payments from recruitment firm Hays on Thursday, as in(...)

A magnifying glass may not be involved, but candidate searches are increasingly performed by AI. Photograph: iStock.

UK recruiters are developing technology, including artificial intelligence that allows them to offer people jobs before they even start to look, mindf(...)

Despite a slowdown in the Australian economy, there are still almost 200 occupations on the Skilled Occupations List, which is a good indicator of your chances of finding a job.

 Australia may no longer be the dream destination it was for Irish people seeking work abroad but it still has lots to offer offer – and n(...)

Chief executive of Hays Alistair Cox said he was mindful of the effects  the Brexit referendum would have on his clients

British firms are likely to delay hiring decisions ahead of a referendum on EU membership, the head of recruitment firm Hays said yesterday, adding gr(...)

Small and medium-sized companies are struggling to compete with multinationals when it comes to recruiting the best employees, a new study shows

Small and medium-sized companies are struggling to compete with multinationals when it comes to recruiting the best employees, a new study shows. Des(...)

Assessing candidates for specific jobs is a specialism that many businesses don’t possess, and this is where a recruitment agency comes in. Photograph: Getty images/iStockphoto

Given the popularity of LinkedIn and the many organisations choosing to look after their hiring needs themselves, you’d be forgiven for wondering why (...)

Hays, which is creating 60 new graduate jobs, currently employs 100 staff in Ireland

Recruitment group Hays, which last week announced an underlying 8 per cent rise in third-quarter net fees, is to create 60 new graduate roles in Dubli(...)

Richard Eardley, managing director of the Irish branch of Hays, at a Careerzoo seminar in 2011. Hays reported an 8 per cent rise in third-quarter net fees. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Recruitment group Hays said it expected to see an improvement in second-half operating profit after reporting an underlying 8 per cent rise in third-q(...)

Catch it while you can but most pay rises will likely be small and hard won

It’s been a long time coming, but it looks as though pay rises are finally back on the agenda. With most workers having seen a substantial drop in liv(...)

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