All posts written by Steve Warnham

Totaljobs Group unveils new brand positioning

From today, StepStone will operate as Totaljobs Group in the UK, as the organisation looks to leverage the equity in the Totaljobs name. This move is reflected in a refreshed brand identity for Totaljobs Group with a new logo, typeface and iconography, as the group looks to strengthen their position as the UK’s leading hiring platform. As part of this,.
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Patrick Wehrmann takes over responsibility as Chief People Officer for StepStone Group, while Jon Wilson joins Totaljobs Group as General Manager

The hiring platform Totaljobs Group has announced that its CEO and StepStone Group Managing Director Patrick Wehrmann will take over the role as Chief People Officer/Managing Director for Totaljobs Group’s parent company StepStone from the beginning of 2020. Jon Wilson, who currently holds a position as Managing Director Northern Europe at Groupon, joins Totaljobs Group as General Manager from November.
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Are employers overlooking the potential of an ageing workforce?

The latest research from Totaljobs and Robert Walters has revealed that three quarters of people in their 50s have never been offered a promotion by their current employer. What’s more, a third are not aware of what they need to do in order to get one. This comes in spite of the ONS estimation that by 2020 one.
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Working relationships: how to build bridges between unhealthy rivals

Fall outRecent research from Totaljobs has found that 6 in 10 UK workers have someone they consider to be a ‘work enemy’. While ‘enemy’ may seem a strong word, the impact poor working relationships can have on a team, and department shouldn’t be underestimated. Our research revealed that over three-quarters of people who say that they have a.
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Totaljobs Insight Breakfast: The rise of the Northern Pound

Following the release of our research into The Northern Pound, which found that £1 is worth almost 20% more in the North compared to London, Totaljobs hosted the first in a series of roundtable events. Taking place in Dakota Deluxe, Leeds on February 26th, Totaljobs’ Alison Edwards was joined by Professor of Economics at Lancaster University Geraint Johnes.
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‘Tis the season for temporary work

Despite ever-changing work practices and employment trends, some things stay constant. One such thing is seasonal working, and in the run up to Christmas, totaljobs and Jobsite have recorded 1.6 million applications from candidates looking for seasonal work. This marks an 11% increase year on year, rising from just over 1.4 million for the same period in 2017. In a similar.
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The importance of employee retention: new hires paid £1,500 more than current staff

Research from Totaljobs has revealed that new hires earn an average of £1,581 more than existing employees in the same role. With UK employment levels reaching record highs, workers are entering their job search with greater composure and confidence. Meanwhile, with a widely reported skills shortage, employers are facing fierce competition for talent. This means that many.
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1.8 million job applications are made in first two weeks of September as Britain returns to work

With a summer of sport behind us and a new school term beginning, September marks the start of more than a new season. For many, the return to work brings a need for change. This has been reflected on the totaljobs and Jobsite platform, with the first two weeks of September bringing a huge surge in jobseeker activity. Application growth As the seasonal.
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Global Talent Survey: In-depth country reports

With insight from more than 366,000 workers across 197 countries worldwide, The Global Talent Survey is the largest ever study of workers worldwide. These extensive findings are collaboratively compiled by Totaljobs as a founding member of The Network, an alliance of market leading job boards in over 130 countries, in partnership with Boston Consulting Group. Using.
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Half of Brits willing to relocate within the UK for work

With insight from nearly 400,000 people worldwide, Totaljobs recently revealed that London was the world’s most attractive city for work. However, it wasn’t all good news for UK employers, with the research also finding that not only has the UK fallen in the global rankings; nearly two-thirds of Brits are now open to moving overseas for work. But are.
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