Neil Morrison is leaving Penguin Random House UK to become director of human resources for Severn Trent PLC, a FTSE Top 100 company with 12,000 employees. ... Read more
Freedom of movement has undoubtedly helped the economic development of the UK and the publishing industry needs to work to "connect its demand for labour... Read more
Four aspiring editors have earned their place on Penguin Random House's entry-level recruitment programme, The Scheme.
The government has told the Publishers Association that “Brexit means Brexit” and publishers should use this opportunity to “really make the case for the publishing... Read more
The Bookseller is to hold a Brexit Breakfast in association with Harbottle & Lewis next Monday (11th July) from 9am.
Penguin Random House UK today relaunched The Scheme, its entry-level recruitment programme, offering four 13-month paid traineeships from September.
In a bid to allay fears that Penguin Random House's move to scrap degree requirements for job roles will lead to an increased reliance on... Read more
Penguin Random House UK is removing any requirement for a university degree for all new jobs to attract a “more varied candidate pool” in order... Read more
Qualifications are less important than they used to be when it comes to recruiting, with more emphasis on potential and inherent talent, Penguin Random House... Read more
Penguin Random House UK has launched a programme to attract the “marketers of tomorrow”, with the company using Tumblr to find its new recruits. ... Read more