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  • CVs 'should be tailored to jobs'

    Jobseekers should tailor their CVs carefully and use keywords effectively in order to give themselves the best employment prospects, it has been claimed. David Hurst, managing director of job website, said some firms' sites will allow different resumes to be prepared for different... [more...]

  • Economy to improve 'during next year'

    The current recession and recruitment prospects in the UK are likely to improve as 2009 comes to an end, it has been claimed.Mark Parker, executive chairman at, predicted the economy will reach its lowest point during next year.He added: "As we come out of next year into 2010... [more...]

  • Firms 'to maintain apprenticeship intake'

    Some of the biggest companies in the UK have promised they will maintain their recruitment of apprentices despite the current uncertain economic climate. Writing in the Financial Times, employment correspondent Andrew Taylor said that firms including defence and aerospace manufacturers BAE... [more...]

  • Job sites 'should maintain competitiveness'

    Online recruitment boards should not cut back on their marketing spend in the current uncertain economic climate, it has been claimed. According to, job board customers will expect a rise in the number and quality of applications they receive as more people are likely to be looking... [more...]

  • Companies 'looking internally to employ managers'

    Firms should look within their own company when looking to employ management-level staff, it has been claimed. According to Sally Toumi, managing director of recruitment consultancy Stark Brooks, many businesses used to look externally for management-level people but organisations are... [more...]

  • BERR 'targets illegal recruitment agencies'

    The Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) is rooting out rogue recruitment agencies in the UK, it has been revealed.According to the body, its most notable achievements in the last year included ensuring that an airport worker at Heathrow received over £1,000 that... [more...]

  • Companies 'should be upfront with staff'

    UK enterprises can do little more than be honest and support their staff if redundancies are necessary but should aim to behave in this fashion, is has been claimed.Corinne Mills, human resources advisor at online recruitment portal Monster, said it is impossible for firms to promise someone a... [more...]

  • Pre-employment training 'can improve job prospects'

    Pre-employment training courses can shorten the length of time that people spend out of work, although they may not reduce the number of people losing their jobs, it has been claimed.John Philpott, chief economist at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), said it is vital... [more...]

  • Security professionals 'to benefit from new collaboration'

    A new initiative has been launched in an attempt to improve standards across the global security industry while respecting employee and union rights.The scheme, forged in collaboration between security firm G4S and union federation UNI, aims to drive through improvements in industry standards,... [more...]

  • Recruitment prospects of ethnic groups 'should be boosted'

    The government should do more to help the recruitment prospects of ethnic minorities, it has been claimed.Research carried out jointly by the Universities of Oxford and Manchester suggests the employment prospects of some of Britain's ethnic minorities have failed to improve since the... [more...]

  • Treasury 'must move fast to protect manufacturing jobs'

    The government must act quickly to protect the manufacturing recruitment industry and jobs in the sector, it has been claimed.According to union Unite, authorities must establish a strategic funding mechanism for the car industry within days rather than weeks.Joint general secretary of the group... [more...]

  • Public sector jobs 'increasing in popularity'

    Public sector employment is viewed as more attractive than work for private companies in the current uncertain economic climate, it has been revealed.Gerwyn Davies, public policy adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), said that following the recent Pre-Budget... [more...]

  • Consideration for colleagues 'key in crisis'

    UK workers should be more considerate to their colleagues in the current financial crisis, it has been claimed.Julia Porter-Robinson, human resources senior recruitment manager at T-Mobile, said that it is always important for teams to be motivated and understand how they interact but this... [more...]

  • Jobseekers 'should consider range of sites for CVs'

    Job applicants should ensure they look at all possible job websites before deciding where to upload their CV, it has been claimed.According to David Hurst managing director of online recruitment portal, in the next few months there will be many people who are looking for a job for the... [more...]

  • Financial services 'evaluate recruitment policies'

    Financial services companies in the UK are to freeze recruitment but not pay next year, it has been revealed.Research carried out by consultancy Watson Wyatt indicates 29 per cent of UK financial services firms are restructuring across their organisation and 27 per cent are implementing hiring... [more...]

  • Government 'should focus on training'

    UK authorities should increase their focus on training and developing skills in the current uncertain economic climate, it has been claimed.Commenting on today's government decision to maintain restrictions on employment rights for Bulgarian and Romanian migrants, the Trades Union Congress said... [more...]

  • Office staff 'forced to lie most frequently'

    Office workers, such as those in the insurance and new media industries, lie most frequently for their bosses it has been revealed.Research commissioned by recruitment scoring website found 82 per cent of such staff have made something up about their manager either being on the... [more...]

  • Office workers 'should exercise'

    Workers operating in an office environment, such as those involved in the information technology or telesales industries, should ensure they find time to do some exercise, it has been claimed.Tom Stewart, joint managing director of training and research services consultancy System Concepts, said... [more...]

  • Job losses up 'but vacancies remain'

    Despite statistics released earlier today indicating the number of people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance has risen above one million, large numbers of vacancies remain, it has been claimed.According to Dr John Philpott, chief economist at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, the... [more...]

  • Britain 'must adopt working week limit'

    Britain will not be allowed to opt out of a 48-hour working week constraint, it has been revealed.The European Parliament vote means UK employees will have to stick to the limit, a decision that has been welcomed by the Trades Union Congress.General secretary of the organisation Brendan Barber... [more...]

  • Time away from work 'hurts job prospects'

    Young people will find it difficult to re-enter employment if they are out of work for long periods of time, it has been claimed.Jim Hillage, director of research at the Institute for Employment Studies, said this could be a particular problem as the labour market heads into a... [more...]

  • TUC unveils job-search guide

    The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has launched a guide for those who are made redundant and looking for jobs in the credit crunch, it has been revealed.Facing Redundancy, the newest addition to the group's Know Your Rights series of leaflets, can be downloaded or ordered for free and contains... [more...]

  • Time for manufacturing investment, says union

    The government should increase investment in new apprenticeships and on-the-job skills development in the manufacturing sector, it has been claimed.According to union Unite, the country's manufacturing base should be boosted to aid economic recovery after the credit crunch.Joint general... [more...]

  • CIPD recommends 'engagement focus'

    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has completed a new report on employee engagement in the workplace, it has been revealed.According to the group, the findings will be showcased at the organisation's Spotlight on Employee Engagement Conference next month.Mike Emmott,... [more...]

  • IT recruitment 'essential to business practice'

    IT recruitment is becoming increasingly integral to business practices, it has been claimed.According to Alex Farrell, managing director of the IT Job Board, there is currently no large organisation in the UK that does not have an IT presence on its board of directors."IT staff almost see... [more...]

  • Management 'should reward staff efforts'

    Employers should take time at the end of the year to reward their staff for the work done over the past 12 months, it has been claimed.Mike Petrook, public affairs manager for the Chartered Management Institute, said Christmas parties are a good way to show appreciation for the work of employees... [more...]

  • Hard work 'key to job prospects'

    British employees have been advised to attempt to excel in their work and let that experience shine through when they enter the job market.Mark Parker, executive chairman of professional networking website Talkbiznow, said working hard in a current post could be doubly beneficial as companies... [more...]

  • UK schools 'need more nurses'

    British schools should employ 2,000 more qualified nurses to monitor the overall health of school-aged children and advise on issues including teenage pregnancy and alcohol and drug misuse, it has been claimed.Union Unite is calling on the government to ensure all 152 primary care trusts in... [more...]

  • Mentoring 'leads to successful management recruitment'

    Mentoring schemes are the most effective method of training management staff, it has been claimed.Sally Toumi, managing director for UK recruitment consultancy Stark Brooks, said firms able to put a support mechanism in place for employees entering into a management position tend to be the most... [more...]

  • Generation Y 'prefers office work'

    New recruits tend to prefer the sense of community in an office to working from home when they join a company, it has been claimed.According to David Cumberbatch, a business psychologist speaking on behalf of Vodafone, younger people especially tend to want more of a traditional working... [more...]

  • Online recruitment 'falling'

    Demand for staff fell across several sectors in the UK, including accounting, banking, construction and the legal industry, it has been revealed.Research carried out by careers specialist Monster Worldwide indicates the declines led online recruitment to a 19-month low in November.The firm's... [more...]

  • NHS 'missing recruitment quotas'

    UK primary care trusts have missed their target for employing community development workers (CDWs) by three years, it has been claimed.A spokesperson for the Department of Health said that by the end of March 2008, there were 419.46 whole-time equivalents CDWs in posts against a goal of 500.The... [more...]

  • IT sales 'evolving'

    The current economic downturn could lead to changes in the IT technology sold to UK enterprises, it has been claimed.According to Michael Dean, group marketing manager of the National Computing Centre, firms are already beginning to make use of virtualisation or are looking into deploying it.... [more...]

  • Apprenticeship scheme unveiled

    More than 10,000 new apprenticeship places are to be created despite the current uncertain economic climate, it has been revealed.According to skills secretary John Denham and schools secretary Ed Balls, the new initiative is expected to deliver 7,000 new apprenticeships in construction and high... [more...]

  • IT industry training scheme 'welcome'

    The IT industry has welcomed a new initiative put forward by the Institute of IT Training (IITT).According to the group, its Trainer Performance Monitoring and Assessment (TPMA) service has received support from experts within the sector as it has shifted the focus towards practical, real... [more...]

  • Business travellers 'downgrade on hotels'

    It has been revealed that UK businesses are telling their employees not to use certain types of hotels, which could interest sales professionals who travel as part of their employment.According to Hilton International, firms are encouraging staff to look for cheaper accommodation when on the... [more...]

  • IPhone and ipod 'desirable purchases'

    The iPhone has been named the number one Christmas gadget by online retailer ebay, sales representatives looking to spend their commission may be interested to learn.According to Tom Dunmore, editor-in-chief of Stuff magazine, the product has been "massively popular" this year because... [more...]

  • Flexible working scheme welcomed

    Proposals on flexible working announced in the Queen's Speech earlier this week have been welcomed by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.According to the group, a new employee right to request time off work for training will also benefit workers and measures requiring the... [more...]

  • Manual handling training 'necessary lessen injury'

    Manual handling training is vital for workers in the manufacturing and industrial sectors, it has been claimed.Jill Joyce, senior policy and technical adviser for the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, said such instruction is vital because two-fifths of employee injuries causing... [more...]

  • British staff 'given new training allowances'

    UK employees are set to benefit from a new right to request time off work for training, it has been revealed.A bill announced in the Queen's Speech earlier this week will mean employers have to properly consider requests by each worker to take time off for the relevant training they need to... [more...]

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