In the 35 plus years that Just Recruitment has been finding people work we have seen some massive changes. New legislation and the advent of new technologies, such as the web and Smart phones, have revolutionised the way we work. What is more notable is that the pace of change is accelerating. So what changes can we expect in the future? We have pulled together a small collection of articles from some of our regular contributors that look at what changes are on, or just over, the horizon.
4 articles that explore some of the exciting and possibly worrying changes that could impact recruitment in the future. From the impact of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data to the advent of new job roles. Whether you are just interested in reading about futurology or you are seriously looking at your future career you’ll find something here.
What will the world of work look like in a generation’s time? Sarah Patten explores the careers of the future – Published: 6 December 2018 ...read more
Artificial Intelligence is the next big thing in the world of technology. But how can it be used to sharpen recruitment practices? – Published: 27 March 2019 ...read more
A changing employment landscape means recruitment consultants have to show their value to clients and candidates, reports Tim Gibson. – Published: 6 December 2018 ...read more
In an era of ever more sophisticated data analysis, it’s possible to gain important insights into business performance. Tim Gibson explores the implications for the recruitment industry. – Published: 6 December 2018 ...read more
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