• Five factors impacting the STEM recruitment space in 2020

    The world as we know it is changing. Every aspect of our lives has been impacted in various ways by the unprecedented events of 2020, and the recruitment space is no different. As businesses re-adjust strategic priorities, hiring plans are constantly shifting. And professionals are frequently pivoting their career options.

  • How can businesses successfully adapt to working from home?

    It’s easy to understand why the future of work is so important. During the initial response phase, businesses across the globe – SThree included – had to react rapidly to enable remote working.

  • We're Recruiter Awards' Sustainable Recruitment Agency of the Year

    We are delighted to have been named Sustainable Recruitment Agency of the Year at the 2020 Recruiter Awards.

  • SThree recognised for our environmental, social and governance practices

    We’re proud to have been recognised as part of the FTSE4Good Index for our work in building a sustainable future and empowering communities across the world.

  • Trust evolution: leaders need to re-think how they engage with their teams

    This has been a defining year for the world of work. The ongoing health crisis has challenged organisations worldwide to reimage their operations and quickly adapt to a revolution in people management – the trust revolution.

  • Mark Dorman: STEM skills are in demand

    Our CEO, Mark Dorman, has told tech website IT Pro Portal that there is a pent-up demand for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) skills.

  • Mark Dorman interviewed on BBC World News

    What skills are most in demand? And how does this differ across the globe?

  • Building the future of work

    With so much uncertainty – what will the workplace of the future look like for businesses across the globe? Our latest virtual event explored this issue in detail.

  • Our commitment to anti-racism

    At SThree, our purpose is bringing skilled people together to build the future. And that involves all people working together to build a better future for everyone. To achieve this, we must celebrate the diversity that makes us all stronger. 

  • Digital transformation is no longer an optional extra

    Not all trends emerging through this crisis will be temporary. We are seeing that digital transformation is accelerating. Industries that were previously deprioritising the “digital revolution” are now having to quickly adapt and bring forward their agendas.

    Kelly Olsen, Chief Operating Officer, explains why investing in people and technologies is non-negotiable when fuelling a post-pandemic recovery.

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