Why IT recruitment is becoming more and more important in commerce

Nearly £1 in every £10 spent is now spent online. The boom in e-commerce is having a major effect on IT recruitment with a significant increase in e-commerce jobs, mobile payments jobs and online payments jobs. Recent statistics from the ONS show that for the first time online shopping is approaching 10% of the total

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Skilled Project Managers acknowledge and deal with failure

Having the skills, experience and personal qualities to identify and admit when and where a project is starting to fail must surely be one of the key indicators of a successful and strong Project Manager. An interesting article on CWJobs highlights some of the main indicators of a project starting to fail: http://bit.ly/nHTl0u Being a

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Government plans to update “outrageously expensive” IT systems

With public pressure to reduce public sector spending the government’s move to cloud computing will reduce costs, increase performance and efficiency.  As the project is expanded throughout the public sector demand will increase for positions such as cloud computing jobs and IT management jobs in the public sector. At the recent digital networking event Teacamp,

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Great start to Fergal O’Brien’s season

Fergal O’Brien has had a great start to the new season with  runners at the evening jumpsmeetings at places like Cheltenham, Towcester, Stratford and Ffos Las. This has given ISL colours plenty of exposure both in the parade ring before the race and the winners enclosure afterwards. Over the last few weeks Fergal has had

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Noel Fehily suffers broken leg

Noel Fehily, jockey for the ISL recruitment sponsored, Feargal O’Brien racing is facing a long stay on the sidelines after breaking his arm in the Grand National. Belwo is the full article from the Racing Post.

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ISL sponsored horses at the Grand National

Fergal O’Brien had two runners at the Aintree Grand National meeting and our logo was to be seen in the parade ring on both.  Kilmacowen, pictured her, ran a good race in a very competitive handicap hurdle.   You can read more on Fergal’s blog at Fergal O’Brien Racing.

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