You’ve been invited to a video interview, but you don’t know what to expect. Here’s our simple guide to video interviews.
What is a video interview?
A video interview is a job interview that takes place remotely using video technology. Video interviews […]
With an increasing amount of research showing a significant link between business performance and gender and ethnic diversity, now is the time to review your diversity and inclusion strategy.
Recent statistics show that the tech sector, whilst expanding 3 times […]
We’ve had a fantastic year supporting our clients’ with all their IT recruitment needs.
To give our employees a well-deserved break, the Jumar offices are now closed for the festive period. We’ll be returning on the 2nd January 2020.
However, if you […]
Jumar Solutions has been awarded a place on a high-profile Government framework to provide temporary and fixed term staff across the UK.
“Non-Clinical Temporary and Fixed term staff” has been launched as a collaborative effort by Crown Commercial Service, the Cabinet […]
On the 25th and 26th of June, we’ll be joining 6,000+ tech leaders and professionals at the UK’s vibrant centrepiece for women in tech.
We’ll be there to celebrate gender diversity and meet with some of the top minds in the UK […]
The IT industry is suffering from a lack of gender diversity.
Right now, women represent less than a fifth of the industry – a number that has decreased over the last 30 years.
There are a lot of great organisations working to […]
Diversity in the workplace can bring so much more than a statistic your marketing team can proudly shout about.
Businesses with greater gender diversity have better returns and less volatility. Companies in the top quartile for gender diversity are 15% more […]
Gender diversity in the technology industry is an urgent issue.
Women represent a fifth of the workforce, a number that has decreased over the last 30 years.
If the labour market’s demand grows at the rate it has been over the […]
The IR35 private sector reform, which will take effect in April 2020, will require organisations that use off-payroll workers to make stringent checks to determine their employment status and where the responsibility for tax and national insurance contributions (NIC) lies.