Jakarta’s hot. VERY hot. Well, it is for a northern bloke from England, anyhow.
Faber Maunsell, Hyder, Scott Wilson, Posford Duvivier…Now, you may not recognise these names and the sharpest of you may well realise that these companies formed part of my client list when I started my career in recruitment in 2004.
Who’d want to work in recruitment, anyway? Well I know I didn’t and as I’m writing this I’m looking at the other people in the office who probably didn’t ask their career officers in school about it either – more about them in a minute.
Topics: Our People
Being a recruiter who specialises in the water industry, one thing that I love about the industry is that it’s constantly striving to improve. This is driven by the high standards from the organisations within the industry and Ofwat (the economic regulator) conducting regular reforms to achieve best practice.
It has never been easier or more efficient than now to connect with talent on a global scale. Lines of communication through technological advances make a video conference much the same as a face to face meeting.
The engineering skill shortage in the UK is a widely debated topic and there are many reasons for this; lack of STEM focus, increasing requirements for scarce-skill disciplines and unglamourised sectors that increase the difficulty of talent attraction.