HR Careers Hub

  • Oakleaf are delighted to welcome Sarah Evans as manager for our Midlands region. Sarah commented, “The move offers me an excellent opportunity to help grow the Oakleaf business outside of London”. We recognised that in order to offer our clients a UK wide service, it was essential to expand our r...
  • Ever wanted to work within the HR profession in the Healthcare sector. Look no further. Within this article we explore exactly what you need to make this happen...
  • West Sussex County Council employs around 6,000 staff with an additional 21,000 staff employed by schools, funded directly by the Dedicated Schools Grant. It provides 80% of local government services across West Sussex’s 770 square miles. Not many workplaces offer such a diverse range of opportun...
  • The ‘Conversation’ an In-house Recruitment Conference is back in London for the second time, 14th April 2016. Last year this was a sell-out event with this year looking to be bigger and better than before.
  • Tom Forrest, Managing Director of specialist HR recruitment firm Digby Morgan talks key trends for 2016 and predictions for the HR market.
  • Introducing Talent Trends 2016, a one-day conference for HR professionals designed to help companies and brands energise their recruitment. This event will bring together thoughtful, influencer-led presentations, and a panel session at the Cavendish Conference Centre in Marylebone on 19th April 2...
  • Nathan Perrott discusses the RADS and the recruitment advertising industry..
  • Finding a new job may top your list of New Year Resolutions, but do you also require a new mindset? HR professionals, who nurture the careers of others while constantly having to prove their own credentials, can feel ‘stuck’.
  • Compelling career “stories” are the best ways to grab a recruiter’s attention. This is the advice from consultants and business psychologists, as they notice more HR professionals using these accomplishment-driven narratives in CVs and job interviews to prove their business credentials.
  • Are you a credible, passionate, job seeker for 2016, or will the New Year ring in the same old you stuck in the same old rut? It could be time to take stock of who you think you are and how others see you: in other words, your personal brand. This is a sensitive subject for HR professionals who ...
  • There’s a boom year ahead for HR careers as recruiters predict that organisations will be scouting for the expertise to help them retain the best people, lead change programmes and facilitate corporate growth.
  • You could be headhunted in 2016. Being headhunted boosts self-esteem and career confidence as it indicates that you are already regarded as a credible candidate.
  • The attraction of talent is a key priority for business leaders. With a growing economy and a shortage of skills, recruiters find themselves competing for the best talent, whether that talent is looking for a new role or not.
  • When looking for a human resources job, whether you are right out of university or a seasoned professional, it is essential to have a good CV. However, just having a well put together CV isn’t the only thing that is important. You need to take the time to actually tailor your CV for the job you w...
  • There is much more involved in the recruitment process other than just going through CVs and conducting interviews. In fact, it can be a daunting task due to the large amount of CVs that are received on any given day.
  • Fowler Welch is one of the UK’s leading providers of distribution and logistics services to the food industry supply chain, serving retailers, growers, importers and manufacturers through its distribution network. Part of the AIM listed Dart Group plc, Fowler Welch has a turnover of over £150m w...
  • The exhibition organisers VAB Events Ltd is delighted to present the second instalment of In-House Recruitment Expo with support from The Firm, Personnel Today, and Recruitment Grapevine.
  • No matter which stage of your HR career you currently inhabit, it must always be remembered that there are many recognised qualifications that really can progress your career to the next level.
  • Finding recruitment for your first HR role is not really any different than landing a first job in any other field, with a tried and trusted set of tasks which must be completed to give yourself every chance of being successful.
  • If you are searching for your first Human Resources job, or are already working in the HR field and would like a new challenge or alternative company to work for, there are many things you can do to give yourself the best possible chance of success.