Catch up with the latest North Wales jobs news and recruitment industry trends.
Employers and employees both use the New Year as a time for reflection and many of you will be considering changes to your own working patterns in 2017 - whether it be taking on extra staff to grow your business or forging a brand new career. Regardless of which applies to you, it’s useful to have an understanding of the current jobs climate in order to make the best use of it, and very often, looking back is a great way to help us move forward. This week we take a look at some of the key happenings in the jobs market in 2016 and ask the question, how is 2017 shaping up for recruitment?
Are you looking for work in North Wales? Fed up of trawling online jobs boards and uploading CV's with no success? Why not ask our recruitment experts for help? Coffee, Cake and Careers is an informal networking event for job seekers looking to get some careers advice and perhaps even a job interview by meeting with our team of professional recruitment consultants.
Sian Williams, who heads up Supertemps Specialist division, was invited to deliver a presentation regarding high value and digital jobs at the closing ceremony of the Arloesi Gwynedd Wledig culture and language project Byw a Bod, at Pontio Bangor earlier this week.
That same day, the Specialist team who sponsor North Wales Technology events, to help raise the profile of IT and Tech job opportunities in the region, also spoke at the "Other Worldly Tech Talks" event also at Pontio.
Here’s a little snapshot of what Sian spoke about for those who missed it.