Robert Half Press Room

In addition to identifying recruitment and workplace trends through our daily interactions with companies and job seekers, we conduct extensive research on hiring and employment issues. Read our latest press releases and research findings, including results from our ongoing surveys of CFOs and other senior executives including CIOs and HR Directors.

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Beth Hardwick, PR Manager – UK & UAE

Latest Press Releases

As well as press releases on current workplace topics, you can also read our complete archive of press releases from recent years.

Financial services leaders vie for talent they can bank on

Demand for experienced banking operations talent is burgeoning due to healthy real estate funding and high demand from private equity, venture capital, and asset management firms.

Hybrid working is new norm but culture concerns build

Three in four (76%) employers are worried about the impact remote working is having on staff loyalty and corporate culture, according to Robert Half's 2022 Salary Guide.

Robert Half collaborates with AWS re/Start to address tech talent shortages

Robert Half, one of the world’s largest specialist recruitment firms, today announces its collaboration with AWS re/Start to help place graduates into entry-level cloud roles in the UK. AWS re/Start is part of Amazon’s efforts to help 29 million people globally grow their cloud computing skills…

UK businesses confident of growth but need employees with new skills, report finds

The gradual lifting of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions and opening of key sectors has left 86% of UK businesses feeling confident about growth prospects for H2 of 2021, according to the latest quarterly Demand for Skilled Talent report by recruitment specialist Robert Half.

New research reveals ‘hybrid’ skills are reshaping job demand in the UK

Robert Half’s latest research evidences a definite shift in skills demand amongst employers in response to the adoption of new technologies and economic shifts experienced during the first months of the COVID-19 pandemic.