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Robotics will automate, not dominate
Robotics will automate, not dominate
Things are becoming more and more automated in many sectors and the rise of the robots appears unstoppable. Imagine if your...
05/07/19
Chris Forsyth
It’s time to think about the #FutureofWork, or your business has no future!
It’s time to think about the #FutureofWork, or your business has no future!
As the world of work continues to change midst of a revolution fuelled by technological advancement, changes in the employm...
02/05/19
Joseph Moore
A glimpse of the future: Upcoming trends in RF & Microwave technologies
A glimpse of the future: Upcoming trends in RF & Microwave technologies
The trend is clear, technology innovation will increase at an even faster rate in the future. This has been particularly tr...
21/03/19
Ruksana Begum
Software Engineers lead as the most in demand job role of 2019
Software Engineers lead as the most in demand job role of 2019
Software Engineers are one of the most in demand job roles for 2019, according to new research by job search-engine Adzuna....
20/02/19
Sarah Cook
UK’s Contract workers enjoy the biggest pay rise since 2017
UK’s Contract workers enjoy the biggest pay rise since 2017
The latest figures from KPMG and the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) monthly publication compiled by...
The Year Ahead – Tech Trends for the UK’s Manufacturing sector for 2019
The Year Ahead – Tech Trends for the UK’s Manufacturing sector for 2019
Welcome to the end of 2018. It is something of an understatement to say that 2018 has been a turbulent year with geopolitic...
05/12/18
Lucy Tarbox
UK Jobs Outlook report shows businesses ready to invest in recruitment despite Brexit transition
UK Jobs Outlook report shows businesses ready to invest in recruitment despite Brexit transition
Despite ongoing concerns towards the prospects for the UK’s economy, employers’ confidence in making hiring and...
27/11/18
Ricky Wilcocks
Securing the ‘right’ technology staff remains high on many Boards’ agendas
Securing the ‘right’ technology staff remains high on many Boards’ agendas
The latest figures from KPMG and the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) monthly publication compiled by...
09/11/18
Martin Crapper
Starting salaries rise at fastest rate since April 2015, as candidate availability continues to drop
Starting salaries rise at fastest rate since April 2015, as candidate availability continues to drop
The latest figures from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) monthly publication produced b...
10/10/18
David Collins
What barriers do innovative manufacturers face?
What barriers do innovative manufacturers face?
The UK manufacturing industry is facing many new challenges and opportunities in light of changing market dynamics. Innovat...
18/09/18
Tom Drew
Leadership in 2018
Leadership in 2018
Senior executives are feeling more positive about the job market compared to recent years, according to BlueSteps 2018 Exec...
13/09/18
Andy Raymond
Candidate shortages fuel a rise in starting salaries
Candidate shortages fuel a rise in starting salaries
The latest figures from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) monthly publication produced by IHS Mark...
10/09/18
Nick Livingstone
Despite candidate shortages, UK employers’ confidence to hire and invest is at its highest
Despite candidate shortages, UK employers’ confidence to hire and invest is at its highest
The latest figures from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) monthly publication Jobs Outlook –...
30/07/18
Martin Crapper
Latest report finds it’s a great time for candidates to take their next career step
Latest report finds it’s a great time for candidates to take their next career step
Report on jobs - July 2018 The latest figures from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) monthly ...
09/07/18
Nick Livingstone
The Growing Demand for Mechanical Engineers
The Growing Demand for Mechanical Engineers
The engineering world is an ever changing environment with new developments influencing key decisions and practices. We liv...
Mechatronics, IoT and Digital twin: The new world of Mechanical Design
Mechatronics, IoT and Digital twin: The new world of Mechanical Design
The world of Mechanical Design is in a state of transition. Mechanical design tools and techniques are always changing and ...
Starting salaries accelerate as candidate ‘shortages’ continue to bite
Starting salaries accelerate as candidate ‘shortages’ continue to bite
The latest figures from Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) monthly publication ‘Report on Jobs&rs...
11/06/18
Martin Crapper
Technology predictions for 2018 and beyond
Technology predictions for 2018 and beyond
  Another year beckons, promising yet more lively debate on the joys and perils of technology once reserved for gadge...
03/06/18
Samson Amusa
Employer confidence in the economy has rebounded
Employer confidence in the economy has rebounded
Employer confidence in the economy has rebounded, turning positive for the first time since last summer, according to the l...
Attracting and Retaining Top Tech Talent in the UK’s Competitive Landscape
Attracting and Retaining Top Tech Talent in the UK’s Competitive Landscape
Identifying talent to maintain competitiveness is the most important job that an organisation does. Employers must attract ...
01/05/18
Martin Crapper
Skills shortages hits engineering sector as permanent staff enjoy increases in pay
Skills shortages hits engineering sector as permanent staff enjoy increases in pay
The latest figures from Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s (REC) monthly publication ‘Report on Jobs&rs...
16/04/18
Adam Walker
Analyst lifts Semiconductor market forecast to 15% growth in 2018
Analyst lifts Semiconductor market forecast to 15% growth in 2018
The semiconductor industry’s future is brighter than we thought. That was the conclusion of market research firm IC I...
22/03/18
Scott Newcomen
If you need short-term gratification, don’t be a chip designer!
If you need short-term gratification, don’t be a chip designer!
Microprocessors are everywhere, in TV’s, cars, Wi-Fi routers, refrigerators, mobile devices and increasingly in everyth...
20/03/18
Ruksana Begum
How can we encourage more women to enter a career in Technical Recruitment?
How can we encourage more women to enter a career in Technical Recruitment?
The shortage of digital skills is reaching crisis point and is symptomatic of a wider apathy in UK businesses. Overcoming s...
12/03/18
Natalie Tyler