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  • Work experience 'must complement qualifications'

    It is vital that UK graduates complement their qualifications by gaining relevant work experience to bolster their skill sets, one industry expert has advised.Gillian Econopouly, head of policy at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, made the comments after UK employment minister Chris... [more...]

  • Retail jobs grow in UK

    The number of people in retail jobs in the UK, which may include sales recruitment positions, has increased, the latest figures suggest.Data compiled by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and Bond Pearce as part of the Retail Employment Monitor Q4 2010 shows that there were 3,900 more people in... [more...]

  • IT and engineering 'best for job prospects'

    The sectors with the best chances of gaining permanent employment positions are IT, financial services and engineering, according to a new survey of graduates.A poll carried out by Milkround.com found that graduates believe there is a greater chance of being hired into permanent employment in... [more...]

  • Sales jobs vacancies rise in the UK

    The number of sales jobs vacancies in the UK rose by 16 per cent and overall sales recruitment positions across all sectors rose by a third, a new report has suggested.Data compiled by BTA suggests that the IT sector saw a 19 per cent rise in sales vacancies, with financial sales jobs... [more...]

  • Small firms 'clearly' emerging from recession

    There are now "very clear" signs that small firms in the UK are beginning to emerge from the recession, a new industry poll has revealed, which includes sales recruitment organisations.According to the latest Quarterly Survey of Small Business in Britain from the Open University... [more...]

  • Recruitment 'a top priority' for private sector

    The main priority in the private sphere in 2011 is hiring new workers, it has been claimed.According to a poll carried out by XpertHR as part of its annual HR roles and responsibilities survey, private sector employers are also aiming to improve the way in which they attract new talent, which... [more...]

  • Graduate vacancies 'rise for first time since recession began'

    New figures have revealed that graduate vacancies have risen for the first time since the start of the recession, improving job prospects for university leavers. The data, published by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), suggests a brighter outlook in the coming months for graduate... [more...]

  • Private and public sector ties 'will help jobseekers'

    Closer ties between recruitment organisations in the private sphere and the public sector will help to improve employment opportunities for jobseekers in Wales, it has been claimed. Philippa George, director for Recruitment and Employment Confederation Wales, made the comments after new figures... [more...]

  • On the job learning 'will attract graduates'

    Providing the opportunity for students to learn on the job will be the best way of attracting the top graduates in the coming months and years, one expert has claimed.Denise Keating, chief executive at the Employers Forum on Age, said that rising student debt may be one reason why university... [more...]

  • Demand for jobs rises in Scotland

    The demand for staff to fill temporary job positions rose at its fastest rate for over three years in Scotland last month, according to the latest figures.Data published in the new Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs shows that the overall Scottish labour market improved once more in December,... [more...]

  • Graduate jobs market 'to get quite competitive this year'

    Increasing numbers of university leavers are entering the country's graduate jobs market at the moment, an expert has suggested, which may include people looking for sales recruitment roles.Competition for jobs is likely to be quite strong this year, according to the Graduate Recruitment... [more...]

  • Ministers 'need to support flexible labour market'

    Ministers should take steps to maintain flexibility in the country's labour market, according to an expert from the British Chambers of Commerce.The organisation's chief economist David Kern suggested that "onerous regulations" should be avoided in order to prevent unemployment... [more...]

  • Coalition 'aiming to support jobs growth in UK's private sector'

    Jobs growth is something which the government is aiming to support within the country's private sector, one politician has suggested, which may offer good news to those in sales recruitment positions.Chris Grayling, the UK's minister for employment, commented that certain positive signs... [more...]

  • IT job market 'due to expand' as firms aim to cut costs

    With a number of firms looking to make financial savings this year, the UK's IT employment market looks likely to expand even more, according to one industry expert.This year should see the market grow because some companies feel that their IT departments could help them to lower their... [more...]

  • Recruiters 'must consider every option'

    Recruiters need to take every factor into account when considering potential candidates, one expert has suggested.Speaking at the Graduate Recruitment Roundtable in London last week, supported by Michael Page and Recruiter, head of diversity practice at BT Dennis Gissing said "all... [more...]

  • UK graduates 'in need of work experience'

    It is vital that the UK's graduates have work experience if they are to enhance their chances of gaining employment, such as in sales recruitment, a new report has claimed.According to the study, carried out by High Fliers, the country's leading graduate employers are expecting to boost... [more...]

  • Tech sector 'will boost UK employment'

    UK employment will receive a boost from the technology sector this year, according to a new study.Research commissioned by General Electric shows that 71 per cent of hi-tech companies are optimistic that their performance will improve over the next year.The data also revealed that half of... [more...]

  • REC: Recruiters to play a key role in 2011

    Recruiters are to play a key role in 2011 as they help older workers to access new opportunities, one sector body has claimed.According to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), the UK employment market will continue to evolve to reflect the changing demographics of society.His... [more...]

  • Ending default retirement age 'can benefit all workers'

    It is not only older workers who will benefit from the end of the retirement age, but younger ones too, according to one sector expert.Dr Ros Altmann, director general at Saga, said that the coalition government's confirmation that companies will no longer be able to sack workers simply... [more...]

  • More employees call in sick in first two weeks of 2011

    The first two weeks of 2011 have seen a substantial number of employees call in sick and this is likely to continue throughout the month, one organisation has warned.According to the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP), each day last week over two million workers in the UK had... [more...]

  • UK industrial recovery 'must be reinforced'

    The ongoing recovery in the UK's industrial and manufacturing sectors needs to be reinforced if the country is to avoid potential risks, one sector expert has noted.David Kern, chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), made the comments after the organisation's latest... [more...]

  • A 'broad approach' needed for graduate recruitment

    A broad approach should be used when taking on the country's top graduate talent, it has been claimed.According to HSBC head of diversity Mary Walsh, speaking at a roundtable discussion supported by the Employers' Forum on Age and Recruiter, many organisations are missing out on the best... [more...]

  • Profitability and VAT 'key concerns' in 2011

    The VAT rise and overall profitability will be the key concerns among small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in 2011, including those in sales recruitment, a new survey has found.According to a poll of 500 SMEs commissioned by independent body TheCityUK, 43 per cent of respondents believe... [more...]

  • Employee benefits 'a key attraction' to candidates

    Job candidates are increasingly looking at roles which have bonuses and performance-related incentives when evaluating positions, a new report has found.Research carried out by Crone Corkill showed that bonuses and reward-based pay are the most influential factors among office support staff when... [more...]

  • Work Foundation highlights key UK challenges

    A number of key challenges facing the UK economy have been highlighted by the Work Foundation, including building a framework for more effective innovation.According to the organisation, while the UK jobs market saw growth in 2010, fragility still remains, so it is important to increase the... [more...]

  • Employment trends 'will hold steady in 2011'

    The UK's employment trends are set to remain steady in the next 12 months, if a little cautious, as the economic recovery continues.That is according to a new industry report published by CareerBuilder which showed that 73 per cent of UK employers are confident about the financial... [more...]

  • UK jobs market 'on the road to recovery'

    The UK's jobs market is clearly on the road to recovery as recruitment picks up and more opportunities become available, one expert has observed.Bernard Brown, partner and head of business services at KPMG, made the comments after the latest Report on Jobs issued by the Recruitment and... [more...]

  • Sales recruitment staff 'applying for more jobs at once'

    As one expert claimed that yesterday (January 11th) was the busiest day of the year for people seeking jobs online, it is clear that sales recruitment candidates and other jobseekers are now applying for more jobs at once than ever before.A recent survey by Aaron Wallis Recruitment revealed that... [more...]

  • UK jobs growth 'is solid'

    The rise in the number of people being hired into UK jobs, including sales recruitment candidates, is continuing to go up at a "solid" pace, according to the most recent industry figures.Data published by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG in the Report on Jobs... [more...]

  • Hiring the right sales recruitment candidates 'essential'

    It is vital to hire the correct sales recruitment candidates the first time around so companies can maximise their working relationship, one expert has advised.Group recruitment manager Lee Evans told the Recruiter that companies hiring sales staff, whether in the retail sector or elsewhere,... [more...]

  • Small businesses 'depending on easier recruitment processes'

    Small businesses in the UK are highly dependent on new, skilled staff and this can be achieved through simplifying the recruitment process, according to one sector body.David Frost, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, welcomed the coalition government's pledge to make... [more...]

  • Intern wages 'may put off employers'

    Employers may be put off taking on interns if they are forced to pay them wages, one sector expert has predicted.Phil Flaxton, chief executive of Work Wise UK, made the comments after the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development claimed that the government should introduce a £2.50... [more...]

  • Today 'is the busiest day of 2011' for job searches

    More online jobs searches will be conducted today (January 11th) than at any other time in 2011, one organisation has predicted.According to Mark Riley, marketing manager of My Job Group, the first Tuesday back after January 1st is traditionally the busiest day of the year for people going... [more...]

  • Staff productivity 'can be improved through homeworking'

    The productivity of the nation's employees, including sales recruitment staff, could be improved if more businesses allowed them to work from home, one sector expert has suggested.Shirley Borrett, development director at the Telework Association, said that allowing homeworking would improve... [more...]

  • CIPD aims to improve job prospects

    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has launched its new public policy platform for 2011, which is intended to boost jobs prospects in the UK, including those in sales recruitment.Entitled Blueprint for Growth, it calls for decision makers to call for greater investment... [more...]

  • Manufacturing sector growth activity 'on the rise'

    There is growing activity in the manufacturing industry, with the sector expecting better balance in the months ahead, a new report has indicated.The new Economic Prospects 2011 report published by EEF, the manufacturers' organisation, claimed "sustained, positive contributions"... [more...]

  • IT spending to grow in 2011

    Spending on information technology (IT), which includes staff recruitment, is expected to grow in 2011, the latest industry forecast predicts.According to global analyst Gartner, spending in the IT sector will rise by 5.1 per cent in the next 12 months, as companies increase expenditure on... [more...]

  • Coalition 'focused on growth and job creation'

    The government has expressed its intention to drive growth and create jobs in the UK by expanding the planned New Enterprise Allowance (NEA).According to the coalition, this will help to create up to 40,000 new businesses by 2013 and ultimately stimulate the economy.In addition, there will be... [more...]

  • Business confidence 'is improving' in the UK

    Confidence among UK firms is gradually improving as the economic outlook becomes brighter, the latest report indicates.According to the new Markit/Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) UK Services Purchasing Managers Index, output in the manufacturing sector increased further... [more...]

  • Many companies 'not offering employee benefits'

    Almost half of UK organisations are potentially putting off new recruits by not offering employee benefits, according to a new industry survey.A poll carried out by BDRC Continental found that 46 per cent of respondents offered no benefits whatsoever, and this was even greater among firms with a... [more...]

  • Firms 'adopting a pragmatic approach to pay'

    Firms across the UK are adopting a pragmatic approach to pay conditions despite increased pressure, according to one industry body.A report by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) reveals that in 2011, 45 per cent of firms will increase staff pay, while 49 per cent will maintain current levels... [more...]

  • Job market 'has grounds for optimism' in 2011

    The UK jobs market has grounds for optimism in 2011 as more positions become available, one sector expert has observed.Martin Warnes, managing director of reed.co.uk, made the comments after the Reed Job Index for December revealed that the number of job opportunities in the UK rose by four per... [more...]

  • Job opportunities 'rise by 4%'

    The number of job opportunities available in the UK has risen by four per cent, according to the latest statistics.Figures published by Reed as part of its Job Index show that the number of job placements available in the UK was four per cent higher in December 2010 than at the same point the... [more...]

  • Business and retail 'should drive economic growth'

    Momentum created by UK businesses and retail should help to drive economic growth in the coming 12 months, one recruitment expert has predicted.David Roust, head of the recruitment industry team at Barclays Corporate, told the Recruiter that "sufficient momentum" will ensure that the... [more...]

  • Career opportunities 'a good motivator' for sales staff

    The opportunity for career progression is a key motivator for sales staff to remain with an organisation, according to a recent survey.Research carried out by Aaron Wallis Sales Recruitment shows that the two biggest incentives for sales staff to remain with a company are career... [more...]

  • IT recruitment 'will grow in 2011'

    The number of people being recruited into IT jobs, particularly those in the financial services sector, will increase in the coming months, one expert has predicted.James Richmond, sales director at recruiters Cititec, said that he expects there to be a boost in permanent hiring in 2011 as... [more...]

  • Firms 'need a fresh approach to jobs' in 2011

    A fresh approach to job creation needs to be adopted by the country's small businesses in 2011, one industry body has urged.According to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), now is the time for firms to think about how they can take on new employees, such as those in sales recruitment... [more...]

  • Job creation 'a must' in 2011

    UK prime minister David Cameron has stressed the vital need for jobs to be created in the UK during 2011 in order to boost the economy.According to Mr Cameron, the country's businesses will be most responsible for creating jobs in the coming months, rather than the coalition itself, and he... [more...]

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