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Experienced Hires, Executive, Interim, Early Careers, and Consultancy News
Experienced Hires, Executive, Interim, Early Careers, and Consultancy News


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Tech companies must retrain staff to close widening skills gap
Companies across the Northern Powerhouse need to up-skill their IT staff. That is according to Farida Gibb, the CEO and Founder of Gibbs S3.

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Jobs market positive but skills shortages 'cast a shadow'
More than eight in ten (82%) employers think economic conditions are improving.

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Most niche recruitment drive ever?
While job vacancies across the country are proving hard to fill for most recruiters at this time, Lincolnshire may currently be at the forefront for having the most difficult roles to fill.

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It's a Wonderful Life's HR and recruitment lessons
James Stewart, Donna Reed and a whole host of life lessons. Here at Executive Grapevine we looked to everyone's favourite Christmas film to see what HR and recruitment can learn from It's a Wonderful Life.

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Disabled job candidate wins discrimination settlement
A visually impaired job applicant has been awarded compensation following an investigation into her treatment during the interview process.

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3rd Global Talent Competitiveness Index set for January
The third edition of INSEAD, Adecco and Singapore's Human Capital Leadership Institute (HCLI) Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) event will be launched in the New Year it has been announced.

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Crisis nurse shortage raises safety concerns
An alarming 92% of England's NHS hospitals say they face a "dangerous" shortage of nurses.

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School revoke gay man's job offer
A candidate has had his job offer revoked when it came to light that he was gay.

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NASA post job ad for first spaceman to Mars
After a successful launch into space for British astronaut Tim Peake last week, a career in the space industry may now be more achievable than ever before.

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Recruitment and exec-search must take eSports seriously
The eSports market is estimated to be worth over £525 million by 2018, according to Fortune.
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