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Johnston Press partners with WeLikeToWork

Johnston Press partners with WeLikeToWork

Johnston Press, one of the U.K.’s largest newspaper publishers, partnered with on-demand staffing platform WeLikeToWork.com, through its JobsToday recruitment website.

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One in four applies for jobs on the move, JobsToday reveals

One in four applies for jobs on the move, JobsToday reveals

Underlining how new, 'dynamic' job platforms, which embrace mobility, are changing job-seeker behaviour, Johnston Press-owned JobsToday, published research that one in four people has applied for a job in non-traditional locations, such as in the bath, at a wedding and during a house party. One in twenty has reported applying for a role whilst travelling on a train, bus, auto or plane and, perhaps

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U.K. local news groups partner on national ad platform

Three of the big four U.K. local newspaper groups have come together to launch a single digital advertising platform called 1XL. Johnston Press, Local World, Newsquest and the majority of smaller, independent local newspaper companies will make a proportion of their inventory available on the platform, which will offer national advertisers access to 17.5 million unique users per month across 800 w

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Digital about to even out print losses at Johnston Press

Digital about to even out print losses at Johnston Press

In the U.K. Johnston Press today said in its first-half financial report it was nearing the point where revenue earned by digital motor and entertainment businesses evens out the revenue lost in print.<img class="alignleft size-full wp-image-51


Johnston Press redesigns JobsToday

Johnston Press redesigns JobsToday

Johnston Press redesigned its jobs site JobsToday.co.uk to make it 'fresher' and "easier to navigate", Ri5 reported. Other than a new appearance, the main addition is the ability for users to store their CVs in the cloud, where they can be accessed easier and edited on the mo

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CCO of Johnston Press leaves after five months

Neil Jones joined Johnston Press two years ago from News International, where he had been director of commercial strategy. Five months ago he was promoted to chief commercial officer (CCO) of Johnston Press - and now he's left, The Guardian reported today. (His



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