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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 […]
The UK tech sales industry is an ever-growing and dynamic sector, with the demand for professionals in this field increasing significantly over the past few years. According to a report from the Office of National […]
This year’s Robertson Sumner salary survey has revealed that 83% of companies increased their workforce’s salaries in the past 12 months, with many roles seeing increases of between 10-20%. Hybrid working is also on the […]
The technology industry is constantly evolving, in fact I have just today seen the announcement about major layoffs coming in 2023 at both Amazon and Salesforce with “over-hiring” given as one of the key explanations. […]
Robertson Sumner has been successfully delivering sales & marketing hires for the IT channel for over 20 years. “It felt like it was the natural evolution for the business to meet the demand of our […]
The great and the good of the technology industry got together earlier this year at our inaugural Channel Chat Live event on the 26th May 2022 at The Phoenix in Cavendish Square, London. The panellists […]
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