Skill Shortages and the war for Talent. What part does external sourcing have to play?

Skill Shortages and the war for Talent. What part does external sourcing have to play?

The tech talent shortage is growing in the UK. The 2018 Tech Nation Report showed that only 24% of companies were positive about their ability to recruit skilled workers. In 83% of clusters, the tech community named a lack of talent as their biggest challenge.

Talent shortages remain a key area of concern, where the impact of Brexit is meaning that the UK is no longer as attractive for EU nationals and given that 25% of Tech Talent in the UK is not British, the threat to the IT labour pool is real.

With this, businesses are increasingly turning to the Human Cloud as the solution, in this report we analyse why this is becoming a solution.

The UK Fintech Revolution – Report

The UK Fintech Revolution – Report

When spotlighting the five fintech unicorns, the income growth they have achieved over the past twelve months is phenomenal, increasing from a combined £77.1m to £177.6m revenue. Specifically, Oaknorth are one to watch, as an example of a challenger bank, with revenues up 268% year on year.

Hot Jobs February 2019 – Financial Services

Hot Jobs February 2019 – Financial Services

Every day we provide our clients with data about thousands of vacancies across the UK. Data feeds are tailored to the requirements of each individual client, thus giving you the information which is most relevant to your specific needs. Below is a fortnightly report...
Hot Jobs February 2019 – Technology, Media and Telecoms

Hot Jobs February 2019 – Technology, Media and Telecoms

Every day we provide our clients with data about thousands of vacancies across the UK. Data feeds are tailored to the requirements of each individual client, thus giving you the information which is most relevant to your specific needs. Below is a fortnightly report...
Technology Sector Report – 2018 UK Review

Technology Sector Report – 2018 UK Review

Other key insights include:

– By region, London’s dominance is without question, in that over 40% of all new IT vacancies created are within the capital.
– The biggest area of growth is IT security
– Salaries are surging in the UK, where in some cases businesses are having to offer up to 20% pay rises to retain staff, to avoid them leaving.