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Working in executive recruitment gives us a unique vantage point.  Our close involvement in such a diverse range of sectors enables us to offer interesting insights and asides.  The information contained in this part of our site is constantly updated.

With the Higher Education sector facing continued challenges while the competition for world-leading talent increases, Berwick Partners' Gin Bhandal and Alex Albone attended the annual Universities HR Conference to explain the importance of Employer Branding when universities are looking to recruit.

Categories: Education Recruitment, Human Resources Recruitment

Bravery in the workplace is something I’m hearing more and more about. Bravery: it’s such an empowering and positive word. It is something we don’t shout about enough, but it’s a word on the lips of the inspiring HR leaders I’m meeting.

Categories: Human Resources Recruitment

Trends in HR Technology

Trends in HR Technology

Author: Amelia Black Date: 01 May 2019 Type: Insight

Recent years have been highly disruptive in the HR technology space, with the next few looking to be even more transformative. Technology within HR has been adopted by many different types of organisation, from large management consulting firms at the forefront, to smaller tech start-ups looking at this area as a priority. We have seen businesses continue to move their HR systems to the cloud and employ more AI-driven technologies to automate communications.

Categories: Human Resources Recruitment

On Wednesday 3rd April, Berwick Partners was delighted to host the Yorkshire and North East HR Leadership Dinner, at Crafthouse Restaurant in Leeds. The event was attended by numerous senior HR leaders from a broad range of industry sectors, to hear and discuss how Richard Flint and Rob Painter built brand loyalty through employee engagement.

Categories: Human Resources Recruitment

The Evolution of Job Titles in HR

The Evolution of Job Titles in HR

Author: Jane Firth Date: 07 Feb 2019 Type: Insight

There has been a real evolution of job titles in recent years. Language constantly evolves, so why shouldn’t it do so when it comes to the HR industry, and when did HR become a dirty word?

Categories: Human Resources Recruitment

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