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Robertson Sumner CEO, Marc Sumner was recently asked about his view on the current state of hiring across the IT Channel. This article first appeared on the 7th February 2024. The Robertson Sumner CEO […]
I foresee a wave of leadership changes in Q1 2024, surpassing the activity of the past 12 months. This strategic shift among channel firms aims to propel them forward in the dynamic landscape of 2024. […]
Marc Sumner, CEO anticipates five key trends that will shape the hiring market in the coming year. 1. AI-DRIVEN HIRING PROCESSES Artificial Intelligence will revolutionise candidate sourcing, screening, and assessment. AI algorithms will be able […]
Remote working fans were compared to ‘flat earthers’ by one of the panellists at last week’s event writes Doug Wooburn editor of IT Channel Oxygen Leaders from Dell, TD Synnex, CDW and Trustmarque jousted on a range of topics […]
In the evolving landscape of the UK labour market, the latest report from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) for June 2023 highlights key trends. The report reveals a sharp increase in candidate availability, a […]
Introduction: For startups, finding the right talent is crucial. especially in the competitive world of technology. However, due to a lack of Tech talent in the UK and the competition for top talent can make […]
Introduction: As technology continues to evolve, the demand for top talent in the UK technology industry is growing. However, finding and hiring the right candidates is a challenge that many companies face. This is where […]
Introduction: The future of work is rapidly changing, and businesses must adapt to stay competitive. From the impact of technology on sales, marketing, and technical industries, to the rise of remote work and flexible schedules, […]
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