LINK – The University & Education Employment Newsletter from Keystone Employment Group – March 2015

Keystone wins place in SUPC framework Keystone Employment Group, the leading provider of temporary and permanent staff solutions in the university sector, has secured a position within the Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC). Keystone was already the leading provider of employment services on the London University framework (LUPC) and has delivered it’s unique solution to a number of leading universities … Read More

Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2015 results

The University of Bath tops this year’s Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey, having moved up from second place in 2014. Bath is rated highly by students in all 21 aspects covered by our poll, and it performs particularly strongly on the quality of its academic staff, degree courses and teaching facilities. Other key areas in which the university excels include the … Read More

MINTT – A BREATH OF FRESH AIR FOR UK RECRUITERS

Mintt – The new pay-as-you-go Online Recruitment Solution goes live, reducing recruitment costs by over 40%   London, UK, 26th March 2015:- Today Keystone Employment Group, the UK’s fastest growing provider of online recruitment solutions, has officially launched Mintt, the innovative and highly effective pay-as-you-go online recruitment platform. Providing a fresh approach for organisations to recruit personnel without the need … Read More

HR Review – 20th February 2015

Tony Marven, CTO, Keystone Employment Group Companies need to realise the benefits of investing to find talent As many leading business people and financiers will tell you the most important thing in business is cash flow. If you have not got positive cash flow you have not got a business. The same can be said for your talent. If you … Read More

COUP 2015 Conference on University Purchasing – September 2015

Keystone are delighted to be exhibiting at COUP The Conference On University Purchasing (COUP) is 2015’s premier event for anyone who works within procurement in the UK Higher Education sector. This year’s theme of ‘Linking Theory to Practice in Purchasing’ will provide valuable insights on the sector’s most relevant and challenging issues. COUP’s programme is suitable for any university or … Read More

Westminster Forum Higher Education – 29th April 2015

Tony Marven is presenting at the above seminar on the 29th April. The future for graduate employability: careers services, curriculum design and employer engagement. Delegates at this seminar will consider key issues surrounding the graduate labour market and how universities can better prepare their students for the workplace. It is scheduled to follow publication of findings from the joint QAA … Read More

University Business – October 2014

UNIVERSITIES RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS STUDENTS IS TO DO MORE THAN JUST PROVIDE AN EDUCATION – IT IS ABOUT HELPING PROVIDE A FUTURE, Tony Marven, Keystone Employment Group Over the last few years the Higher Education Institution landscape has changed. With an increase in students moving through the education system, institutions are under pressure to attract students to their courses, sometimes causing … Read More

Linked Magazine – June 2014

Digital buying behaviours Tony Marven asks, does social media really change purchasing behaviours? Linked Magazine – June 2014 

The Online Recruitment Resource – October 2014

Tony Marven, CTO, Keystone Employment Group Are traditional recruitment practises holding you back? As the UK emerges from the economic downturn of the last few years, recruitment is back on the agenda for many organisations. Traditional recruiting methods which are slow, expensive and don’t always deliver the right candidates are being replaced by strategies aimed at attracting tomorrows workforce using … Read More