REC Podcast: Talking Recruitment
A regular podcast featuring the leading thinkers from across the recruitment and business world, in conversation with REC Chief Executive Neil Carberry.
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- Curated pods for recruitment leaders
- COVID-19: recruitment legislation and policies
- COVID-19: road to recovery
- Mental well-being
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About the host
Neil is the REC's chief executive. He began his career in recruitment, working for a small search firm specialising in financial services. He went on to do a post-graduate degree in HR at the LSE and joined the CBI in 2004.
Neil was a managing director at the CBI, leading its work on the labour market, skills, energy and infrastructure. He is a member of the council of the conciliation service ACAS and of the Low Pay Commission, which makes recommendations about the level of the National Minimum Wage. He is also the chair of a small academy trust.
*The views expressed by guests on the REC's Talking Recruitment podcast are not those of the REC and reflect the individual's personal opinions.
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