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Half of UK offices planning spooktacular celebrations this Halloween

New research from Monster.co.uk has revealed that nearly half of UK offices (46%) will celebrate Halloween this year with one in five employees (20%) turning up in fancy dress. Its growing popularity means roughly 6.2 million Brits are expected to turn up for work dressed as traditional Halloween ghosts, vampires or witches this coming Monday.

UK retirees share their wisdom with today’s grads

The study was conducted amongst recently retired full time workers to uncover insights and words of wisdom to pass onto graduates about to embark on their career.

Monster named official recruitment partner for the 2015 Festival of Code

Monster.co.uk today announced that they are the official recruitment partner of this year’s Festival of Code, the world’s largest hackathon for young people.

Monster launches heavyweight radio campaign in the UK

New Monster campaign encourages people to 'Become a Monster: Find Better'. Ads premiered on 11th June and will reach over 27 million people.

Monster UK launches next generation social recruitment advertising

Monster Social Job Ads - advertise open jobs on Twitter.

Monster calls on recruitment industry to join together to get more women in technology roles

Monster asks the recruitment industry to join them in forging a Tech Talent charter.

Monster launches campaign to get girls coding

Campaign aims to raise awareness of the issues of women in technology and girls in coding within the HR & talent community.

National Apprenticeship Week: Employers not doing enough to challenge apprenticeship misconceptions

Research reveals 56% of people haven’t considered an apprenticeship as a viable career option.

Surge in workplace romance sees rise in employee dating policies

Research from Monster.co.uk reveals that 48% of UK workers have dated a colleague as one in five businesses now has a dating policy in place, with a further 25% considering implementing one.

A quarter of Brits hoping to land dream job in 2015

Nearly a quarter of Brits (22%) feel more optimistic about the job market this year.

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