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  • Jobseekers urged to take up training help

    Unemployed Britons who are looking to kick-start their career in sales recruitment or in other industries have been encouraged to make use of the help on offer from the government. It was announced this week by the Department for Work and Pensions that jobseekers will be given the chance to... [more...]

  • Swindon redevelopment 'to create 3,000 new jobs'

    An upcoming redevelopment scheme in Swindon could be set to create as many as 3,000 new jobs, it has been suggested.According to reports from the Swindon Advertiser, a variety of plans - including a large-scale theme park, an eco-village and a light industry and retail centre - have been drawn... [more...]

  • Climate change initiatives 'could lead to improved job prospects'

    Growing numbers of sales recruitment jobs could become available as a result of climate change initiatives carried out by companies in the UK.According to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), firms that start implementing green measures as soon as possible have the... [more...]

  • Online advertising spend experiences significant growth

    Online advertising experienced a bumper year in 2010 as marketing budgets were boosted, which could have a positive impact on sales recruitment.Figures released by the Internet Advertising Bureau and PwC showed, on a like-for-like basis, that online advertising experienced an increase of 12.8... [more...]

  • Small firms 'do not expect boost from Budget'

    Small businesses have expressed concerns that the Budget will not have a noticeable positive impact on their firm.A poll conducted by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) found 45 per cent believe the policies announced by chancellor George Osborne on March 23rd will have little effect on... [more...]

  • London Olympics 'to create 5,000 IT jobs'

    Over 5,000 IT and telecoms jobs are to be made available by the London Olympic Games, some of which could be sales jobs.A new report by Greythorn suggested not only will work be required on the initial IT and communications infrastructure, but also in supporting the security operations and media... [more...]

  • New employment scheme to create 2,000 jobs in London

    A new initiative has been launched by the Mayor's Fund for London, in a bid to help 2,000 young people into work. The scheme will target youngsters from some of the city's most deprived areas. "We believe that the way out of poverty is a decent job. However, the current employment... [more...]

  • Combination of academic and practical skills 'essential for jobseekers'

    Graduate jobseekers must have the right mix of academic and practical skills to succeed, it has been claimed. Research by education company Pearson suggested that many industries such as aerospace and IT are suffering because school leavers and graduates lack the necessary skills, the Daily... [more...]

  • Work experience 'vital in inspiring career moves'

    In order to inspire the future direction of their careers, young people might need to undertake proper work experience, it is suggested, which could potentially include those considering sales jobs. A lack of experience has led to some young job hunters being unaware of what career route they... [more...]

  • Chancellor's Budget 'could help with job creation'

    Job creation is something which chancellor George Osborne's 2011 Budget should help to support among UK businesses, it is suggested, which might potentially include the likes of sales jobs.The Confederation of British Industry's director general, John Cridland, noted that business growth... [more...]

  • Govt urged to make it easier to hire staff

    Chancellor George Osborne is being urged to make it easier to hire staff - including more people in sales jobs - when he announces the Budget today (March 23rd).Speaking to Recruiter, Samantha O'Byrne from accountancy firm Grant Thornton, said many businesses in the UK have faced tough... [more...]

  • Presentation 'is vital' for graduate UK jobseekers

    Graduate jobseekers hoping to boost their chances in the employment market should focus on their presentation, one sector expert has advised.Dan Hawes, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau, said the way in which graduates conduct themselves can be the difference between employment... [more...]

  • Employee benefits 'a useful recruitment tool'

    Businesses are increasingly realising that offering employee benefits is an excellent way to attract candidates, according to one expert.Sheila Attwood, editor of pay and benefits at XpertHR, said managers are beginning to view benefits as a "cost-effective reward tool", which she... [more...]

  • Older employees 'enhance workforce resilience'

    The resilience of UK workforces can be enhanced significantly with the addition of older employees, one expert has stated.According to Rachel Krys, director of Inclusive Employers, the experience which older workers have gained can be utilised in many ways, particularly from those who have been... [more...]

  • Job creation prospects 'positive' in next 12 months

    The number of new jobs being created in the UK in the coming months is likely to increase, particularly in the capital, according to one sector expert.Jes Ladva, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's London regional director, made the comments after new figures revealed the number... [more...]

  • Small firms 'strengthening economic recovery'

    The UK's economic recovery is being driven by small firms, according to one sector body.Speaking at the Federation of Small Businesses annual conference in Liverpool, the organisation's chairman, John Walker, said that smaller companies will play a pivotal role in ensuring the country... [more...]

  • Actions of managers 'drive employee engagement'

    The motivation of employees, including sales recruitment professionals, is already driven by the actions of their managers, according to a new study by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).A poll conducted by the organisation shows that the extent to which managers provide... [more...]

  • Employers 'will boost long and short-term recruitment this year'

    Employers are expected to boost both their long and short-term recruitment this year, the latest report has revealed.Sales recruitment could well increase due to rising business confidence, which is improving employers' outlook for the year ahead, the March Recruitment and Employment... [more...]

  • Optimism growing among IT staff

    Optimism is continuing to rise among IT staff, including those in sales jobs, regarding their future career prospects, a new study has found.Research carried out by Reed and seen by the Recruiter shows that three out of every four IT staff believe they will be offered the job they desire within... [more...]

  • Employment figures 'suggest recruitment upturn'

    The latest employment figures issued by the Office for National Statistics suggest there has been a positive upturn in private sector recruitment, one expert has observed.Chris Williamson, director and chief economist at Markit, explained that the figures follow "recent upbeat data"... [more...]

  • Construction sector 'leading the way' in recruitment

    The UK construction sector is leading the way when it comes to taking on new staff, including those in sales recruitment positions, one sector body has stated.The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) pointed to the recent Report on Jobs, published by the REC and KPMG, as evidence that... [more...]

  • Job applications rise in 2010

    The number of job applications rise substantially in the UK in 2010 compared with the year before, according to the latest report.A report issued by Broadbean shows that, in every month bar one, the number of job applications being received in the UK in 2010 exceeded those handed in during... [more...]

  • Private sector output 'accelerated in February'

    Output in the private sector accelerated at its fastest rate since June 2007 last month, according to the latest Bank of Scotland Purchasing Managers' Index.The February report shows that firms continued to recover from weather-related disruption and also began to raised staffing levels,... [more...]

  • 75% of workers 'would relocate for perfect job'

    Three-quarters of all staff would happily relocate, even to another country, in order to land their ideal job, the latest survey suggests.A poll carried out by Kelly services as part of its Global Workforce index shows that further 34 per cent of staff would make a move overseas to fill their... [more...]

  • Budget 'must make job creation easier'

    The upcoming Budget needs to make it easier for businesses to create new UK jobs, including sales recruitment positions, one sector body has claimed.According to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), next Wednesday's (March 23rd) Budget needs to outline how the coalition will... [more...]

  • Sales recruitment candidates 'should sing and dance' about achievements

    Sales recruitment candidates should not be afraid to "sing and dance" about their past achievements to boost their chances of gaining new employment, one expert has advised.Dominic Warman, manager of executive search at Handle, said many applicants make the mistake of not highlighting... [more...]

  • Training employees 'is empowering'

    Conducting regular training sessions to boosts workers' skills can help to empower staff and have a knock-on effect on motivation, one expert has suggested.Jo Causon, chief executive at the Institute of Customer Service, said it is "extremely important" that retailers place an... [more...]

  • Graduates 'need to be planning careers'

    Graduates need to spend more time thinking about their future careers, according to one expert who has stressed the need for university students to be "forward-thinking".Dan Hawes, head of marketing at grb.uk.com, made the comments after a survey carried out by his organisation showed... [more...]

  • Media sees rapid jobs growth

    There has been a rapid rise in the number of people being hired into media jobs, which includes sales recruitment positions, the latest report suggests.Figures compiled by Handle show that there was a 40 per cent upswing in jobs growth in the media sector between January and February as... [more...]

  • Using coaching skills 'can gain more from interviews'

    Recruits who employ coaching skills during interviews may find that they can glean more from potential candidates, including those looking for sales jobs, one expert has suggested.Steve Marsh, partner at Innovative Edge, said that having the right coaching skills can make it easier to develop a... [more...]

  • Majority of jobseekers 'would move to Scotland'

    The majority of UK jobseekers would consider moving to Scotland for a new role, such as a sales recruitment position, the latest study has revealed.Research carried out by TalentScotland shows that 68 per cent of job candidates would consider a career move to the country, an increase of 19 per... [more...]

  • IT and engineering jobs 'driving growth'

    The increasing number of jobs being created in the IT and engineering sectors, including sales recruitment positions, is helping to drive the recovery of the employment market, experts have claimed.Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, and Bernard Brown,... [more...]

  • Firms 'should provide greater opportunities for development'

    Greater opportunity for professional development needs to be provided by firms if they are to retain top talent, a new report has found.Research carried out by Accenture shows that fewer than half of all workers are currently satisfied with jobs, but 70 per cent plan to stay with the company... [more...]

  • Nine in ten graduates 'expect to land a job'

    Nine out of ten graduates believe that they will land a job immediately after leaving university, such as one in graduate sales recruitment, a new poll has found.Research carried out by Sanctuary Search shows that 74 per cent of university students acknowledge the current UK jobs market is a... [more...]

  • Public sector skills 'are transferable'

    The skills which people develop while working in the public sector can easily be transferred to roles in the private sphere, such as sales jobs, according to one expert.Mark Staniland, a divisional director at Hays, told the Recruiter that some companies regard public sector workers as being... [more...]

  • Financial services sales recruitment to rise

    The number of people being hired to fill sales recruitment roles and other positions in the financial services sector will rise in the second quarter 2011, according to the latest industry report.A study carried out by Manpower reveals that the majority of private sector organisations expect to... [more...]

  • Job creation 'should be focus of Budget'

    The focus of the upcoming Budget should be on creating new jobs in the UK, including those in sales recruitment, according to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).John Cridland, CBI director-general, said the Budget needs to demonstrate a "relentless focus" on growth and help... [more...]

  • Govt launches £50m skills fund

    The government has launched a new £50 million Growth and Innovation Fund for the UK which it hopes will boost investment in training and help businesses grow.Business secretary Vince Cable and skills minister John Hayes claim that the fund will deliver "targeted help" for... [more...]

  • Executive recruitment 'is surging'

    There has been a surge in the number of people being hired into executive positions in the last year, which includes executive sales recruitment, according to a new report.The Association of Executive Search Consultants' (AESC's) 2010 Annual Report on the retained executive search... [more...]

  • Business education involvement 'would boost employability'

    The employability of young people would be boosted through a greater involvement of businesses in education, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). According to the organisation, many young people are leaving education without the skills necessary to succeed in the world of work, but this is... [more...]

  • UK construction recruitment recovers

    Recruitment activity in the UK construction industry, including the hiring of people in sales jobs, is continuing to recover as the sector emerges from the recession, the latest report suggests. Data published by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) and Markit for its... [more...]

  • Global recruitment 'on the rise'

    The number of workers being hired across the planet is continuing to increase as companies in all countries show rising confidence following the global economic downturn, the latest report reveals. An international survey carried out by Antal shows that 52 per cent of firms will be taking on... [more...]

  • Number of over-65s in work increases

    The number of people aged over 65 but still in full-time employment, including sales jobs, is on the rise, according to the latest official figures.Data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that 2.7 per cent of over-65s, or 270,000, were working full-time in 2010, up from... [more...]

  • Report: UK wages on the rise

    The average pay settlement in the UK has increased once more, according to the latest statistics.Figures published by Incomes Data Services (IDS) show that the median pay settlement level rose sharply to 2.8 per cent in the three months to January 2011, which is a further increase on the 2.2 per... [more...]

  • Vast majority of recruiters 'spotting simple CV errors'

    The vast majority of recruiters in the IT industry have spotted glaring mistakes on CVs which have harmed or ruined candidates' chances of employment, a new survey has revealed.According to research carried out by CW Jobs, 88 per cent of hiring managers have seen such errors, while 23 per... [more...]

  • Employment legislation 'should be frozen'

    A freeze needs to be implemented on employment legislation in order to boost job creation in the UK, one expert has suggested.Alistair Cox, chief executive of Hays, said that the private sector is struggling to keep up with the demand form public sector workers who were victims of government... [more...]

  • UK manufacturing PMI reveals record job creation

    The latest Markit/Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) UK Manufacturing purchasing managers index (PMI) has revealed that jobs growth in the manufacturing sector, including sales recruitment positions, rose to a record high in FebruaryAccording to the index, the country's... [more...]

  • Recruiters 'need to understand AWR'

    Recruiters need to get to grips with the impending Agency Worker Regulations (AWR) if they are to avoid pitfalls, one expert on the subject has asserted.Speaking to Recruiter magazine, Brian Wilkinson, head of Randstad UK, said that employers should conduct an assessment of the impact of... [more...]

  • Employers 'taking on more permanent staff'

    There has been a change in the recruitment habits of the UK's businesses, with an increase in the number of permanent staff being taken on as opposed to temporary workers, one analyst has claimed.According to Poolia, companies are displaying increasing confidence in the employment market by... [more...]

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