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More than two-thirds of Brits would relocate across the world for their dream job

Seven out of ten British workers would be willing to leave the UK if they landed their dream job abroad, new research released today by Monster.co.uk has found.

Bosses beware! You may not be welcome at your Christmas party...

A third of UK workers don’t want the boss at their Christmas party according to new research from Monster.co.uk.

Horrible bosses cost the UK economy 40 million days of work in the past year

Research from Monster.co.uk reveals over 40% of working UK adults have left a job because of their boss whilst 27% have missed work due to them.

Brits demand 16% pay bump to change jobs

New research from Monster.co.uk revealed that half of Brits (50%) would expect a pay rise of more than 16% to consider moving jobs, and over one third (35%) wouldn’t switch without at least a 20% pay increase.

Monster UK introduces a range of new Social Recruiting Solutions

Monster launches two new social recruiting services, TalentBin® by Monster and Monster® Twitter Cards, as well as a new communications platform called Monster® Talent CRM.

One in four Brits happy to be back at their desks after summer hols

The research, carried out by recruitment firm Monster.co.uk, reveals that many Brits don’t dread the transition from beach to boardroom, with 25 per cent of UK and Ireland workers happy to return to their day-jobs.

Joint letter from Neil Couling (Head of Jobcentre Plus, DWP) and Sal Iannuzzi (CEO, Monster)

Job Seekers Have Just 385 Seconds to Make a First Impression

New research from Monster.co.uk reveals employment decisions are made in just over six minutes with tattoos, handshakes and time-keeping important factors in making a first impression.

Majority of Brits feel under-thanked at work

Research from Monster.co.uk reveals Britain is an under thanked and under-appreciated work nation

UCL Research finds gut instinct still tops hiring decisions

Latest research by UCL has found gut instinct is perceived as the most cost efficient and third most effective recruitment tool

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