Before you go to vote tomorrow, James Reed, chairman of REED, shares the findings from reed.co.uk’s latest survey of employer opinions on Britain’s possible Brexit from the EU.
With Euro 2016 well and truly underway, our latest research has found the top ten excuses truant employees will be using to skip work and watch the games.
With the start of the Euros just days away, we’re taking the opportunity to kick off our biggest summer campaign yet with two brand new TV ads. Watch them now.
Our latest research reveals that the class cohort of 2016 expect to earn an annual average salary of £28,362 for their first role post-graduation. That’s £396 (1.4%) more than the average graduate salary on offer, which currently stands at £27,966.
The majority of British employers are in favour of staying in the EU, and over half feel Brexit will put UK jobs at risk, according to our latest research.
Struggling to figure out what your candidates really want? To help you narrow down your options, reed.co.uk surveyed more than 1,000 jobseekers, to find out what matters to them the most. Here are the top six candidate concerns:
Here are five of our favourite character questions, courtesy of James Reed’s new book, ‘Why You: 101 Interview Questions You’ll Never Fear Again’, and how they can help you find your next hire: