As we head into 2024, there are positive economic signals, with inflation slowing and interest rates topping out. Will this increasing economic confidence translate into greater opportunities for 2024?
Working hard in recruitment
You are expected to work hard in any job and sector – this is undoubtedly the case in recruitment but what does this actually mean?
Hard-working vs Working Hard
There is a difference between the two statements, and understanding the difference can influence your approach to a role.
Tomorrow’s Financial Technologists
Approximately 26% of the technology workforce are women, further decreasing in financial technology. We want to reshape this statistic by educating young women that there is not one single pathway.
How to start your job search
To avoid aimless scrolling and ensure your search is fruitful, it’s important to take some time to determine what you truly want in a job. In this insight we provide some tips to help you get started.
Overcoming your fear at work
The practical process of speaking up and vocalising thoughts can be daunting for many but by putting processes in place to treat every comment in the same way will positively impact the mental well-being of the team.
What questions should you be asking a recruiter?
When recruiters call to discuss a role we are working on, we are trying to learn about the person behind the CV and whether we have a position that suits your talents, personality, and goals.
Establishing the boundaries of AI
Can machines make better decisions than humans? Evidence shows that before building AI into their business, talent development teams must establish boundaries to ensure trust among candidates and clients.
Transforming the traditional talent pipeline
The traditional talent pipeline from academia to industry is being disrupted. The skills shortage is changing recruitment, with transferable skills as necessary as capabilities.
What’s happening with Solvency II?
The UK’s financial regulation of the insurance industry has been closely tied to the EU’s Solvency II directive. But, post-Brexit, the UK is free to diverge from it – and is pushing ahead with reforms.