Articles from GPRS

Does the training industry need new talent?

In simple terms: yes! 

Work-Based Learning Salary & Benefits Survey: It’s not all about the money!

GPRS Salary & Benefits Survey launch reveals: Good management and good prospects, are the main reasons for loyal employees. GPRS Recruitment has released the eleventh edition of their much anticipated Work-Based Learning Salary & Benefits Survey, which has highlighted significant changes within candidates’ expectations resulting from the major overhaul in 2017 within the sector, due to the introduction of the Levy and the New Standards.

Benefits and incentives: why you shouldn’t overlook their importance

In our 2019 Salary & Benefits Survey, we discovered that for many training professionals, being happy with their employer relies on more than just salary. A range of factors can influence staff to either remain with their employer or jump ship; this includes management, quality of provision and, increasingly, the salary and benefits package on offer, along with flexibility within the role to ensure a good work/life balance.

Happy Valentine's Day - Rekindle your career romance!

This Valentine’s Day, we’re taking an un-conventional approach to the traditional message. We are encouraging candidates to focus on themselves and ensure they are in a role they truly love!

Nearly half of WBL professionals are over-qualified

Almost half of all work-based learning (WBL) sector professionals are over-qualified for their current job, according a survey by recruitment specialists GPRS Recruitment.


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