With employment at a record high and fewer temporary workers available in the UK, there is fierce competition to attract and retain the most productive temporary workers. Whether your business utilises a temporary workforce to support busy periods or to identify your future permanent employees, here…
FPR Group has been recruiting in the UK since 1991 and in that time we have successfully guided our clients through all economic times, legislative changes and what is required to continue attracting the most talented people.
As we now recruit through the age of information overload, our front line professionals cut straight to the point and offer you their expert opinion and thoughts on how to get ahead.
Employee engagement done correctly gives us an important insight as to how our employees are feeling at their place of work. Through effective engagement, we can establish if we are getting the best out of each employee, or if not, an understanding on what is maybe holding our employees back.
There’s always a lot to consider once you’ve decided to interview someone, primarily we think about what questions we should we ask them, yet how much of our preparation time goes into thinking what they may have to ask? Here are 7 helpful tips from FPR Group's Neil Williams to help you.
The UK will continue to experience an increasing demand for temporary and contract workers this year and you will find yourself in competition for their skills and services, so getting this right has never been so important.
As many of us continue to work from home during lockdown, it becomes ever more likely that once all restrictions are lifted home working, in one form or another will be here to stay.
Working positively with your recruitment partner and engaging with your temporary workforce can have a significant impact on your productivity, culture and reputation. In this article I will briefly share with you 3 key areas of this journey.
How you handle outgoing employees is remembered by those who are staying. Outplacement Support is a service that many businesses utilise good recruiters for during the redundancy process. Whilst there is no legal obligation to offer Outplacement Support doing so offers some clear benefits for both y
IR35 will be back in focus again this year after its introduction in to the Private Sector was delayed to April 2021 due to COVID 19. For those of you who will benefit from a quick refresher here is a brief summary of the incoming law and the key points for you to be aware of in your preparations.
We’ve all been there you’ve found a job online that you are really interested in and you are keen to get the ball rolling or want further information. You submit your CV and are hopeful that you will receive that phone call anytime soon……. but nothing happens!