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  • Earning a degree 'has numerous benefits'

    Earning a degree is not simply a gold star to put on your CV, according to one government body which has highlighted the wide range of benefits offered to university graduates.A spokeswoman for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills told the BBC that a degree is "a good... [more...]

  • North east enterprise zones 'may provide new technical sales jobs'

    The north east is a key area in the country's job creation drive and will provide numerous sales jobs opportunities, it has been suggested.Kelly Adamson, the north east regional director of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, has praised the government's decision to introduce... [more...]

  • Students 'need work guidance'

    Better guidance is needed to ensure that students are given the opportunity to follow the career path they not only desire, but which is most suitable for them, it has been claimed.That is the message emanating from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), which said thousand of UK... [more...]

  • Graduates 'earn 85% more'

    The average university-educated worker in the UK is currently earning 85 per cent more than people only educated to GCSE level or equivalent, according to official new figures.Data issued by the Office for National Statistics shows that the gap has narrowed since 1993 – when graduates... [more...]

  • Manufacturers increase output expectations

    The UK's manufacturers are expecting orders to continue to increase in the coming months, according to the latest report.Research carried out by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) shows that the country's firms are reporting healthy order books, while expectations output growth... [more...]

  • Economic uncertainty 'will lead to rise in temporary jobs'

    The economic uncertainty affecting the UK is leading to a rise in demand for flexible staffing, it has been claimed.   Research by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has found that 67 per cent of employers intend to increase their permanent workforce in the next three... [more...]

  • Private sector 'willing and able' to create new jobs

    Private sector companies in the UK are both able and willing to create new jobs, but conditions need to be right for this to occur, the chief economist at the British Chambers of Commerce has claimed.David Kern said that many companies are wanting to create employment positions at the moment,... [more...]

  • British firms predict steady growth

    British companies are expecting a steady period of growth in the coming months and years as they maintain recovery from the effects of the economic downturn, a new report has revealed.Research carried out by Barclays indicates that UK businesses predict steady growth, an increase in real GDP and... [more...]

  • Volunteering 'can develop workplace skills'

    Sales recruitment candidates hoping to give themselves an advantage in the jobs market may find that volunteering can help them to develop skills that can be utilised in the workplace, one expert has suggested.Becci Newton, senior research fellow at the Institute for Employment Studies, said the... [more...]

  • Workers' out-of-office smartphone use revealed

    A new report has revealed the extent to which some staff members are going to keep up to date with work duties – including using their smartphones while on holiday to stay in touch with the office.The poll, carried out by Spring Technology, found that almost a quarter of staff confess to... [more...]

  • CBI identifies UK skills gaps

    The skills gaps that need to be plugged in the UK in order to ensure economic recovery have been identified by the Confederation of British Industry, following the publication of the country's A-level results yesterday.Dr Neil Bentley, CBI deputy director-general, highlighted the fact that... [more...]

  • Not going to university 'isn't the end'

    School leavers who have not achieved the required grades to get into their university of choice will find that it is not the end of the world, one expert has pointed out.Jason Borg, student engagement officer,, said that for those who will no longer be persuading higher... [more...]

  • Scotland sees continued employment growth

    There was continued employment growth north of the border in the second quarter of the year, according to the latest figures from the Scottish government.The data reveals that, from April to June 2011, Scottish employment increased by 24,000, while the unemployment rate stood at 7.7 per cent,... [more...]

  • Private sector employment 'is cause for optimism'

    Although the latest labour market figures point to a rise in the number of unemployed people in the UK, there is cause for optimism in the fact that private sector employment is increasing, one body has noted.According to Dr Neil Bentley, deputy director-general of the Confederation of British... [more...]

  • UK employment increases

    The number of people in employment in the UK increased in the second quarter of the year, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics.Data published in the latest labour market bulletin shows that the number of people in employment aged 16 and over increased by 25,000... [more...]

  • Half of small firms 'find it difficult to recruit'

    Half of small firms in the UK are currently finding it difficult to recruit the right people for the right role, including sales jobs, the latest employment survey has found.Research carried out by the British Chambers of Commerce reveals that 55 per cent of businesses with ten or fewer... [more...]

  • Meetings 'can kill momentum' in the office

    Meetings can often serve to disrupt the momentum of staff during the working day and hamper their productivity, one expert has suggested.That is the opinion of Al Pittampalli, author of Read This Before Our Next Meeting, who suggested that many workers, including those in sales jobs, become... [more...]

  • UK jobs gap unveiled

    The UK's 'jobs gap' – which is equivalent to the number of people currently employed in the country minus employment levels on the eve of the recession in December 2007, has been unveiled by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).According to the data, the figures stands at... [more...]

  • Demand for Scottish staff improves strongly

    Demand for staff in Scotland, including sales recruitment candidates, increased strongly last month, according to the latest Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs.The data, compiled by analyst Markit, shows that there were faster rates of vacancy growth in both permanent and temporary labour markets... [more...]

  • Volunteering 'a great way to boost a CV'

    Many people fill their CV with academic accolades and achievements and, often rightfully, boast that their qualifications are excellent, but this is sometimes not enough to set them apart from other candidates.This is where an experience such as volunteering comes into play, according to Stephen... [more...]

  • Apprenticeships 'a viable option' for young people

    Businesses looking to boost their workforce and enhance their long-term prospects may find that apprenticeships are a wise option that can benefit both the company and the worker, it has been claimed.That is the opinion of Denise Taylor, career psychologist with, who said... [more...]

  • Going to university 'not essential'

    It is not vital to go to university to enhance a person's career prospects, according to one industry body, which has noted that there are many vocational options open to budding sales professionals.As students around the country open their A-level results this week, many will be... [more...]

  • Private sector 'will continue to grow'

    The UK's private sector will continue to grow in the coming months, according to the latest Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and KPMG Labour Market Outlook.In the quarterly index, new research also shows that there has been growth in hiring intentions reported... [more...]

  • New staff 'need to be a good fit'

    Organisations looking to take on a new member of staff, such as a sales recruitment candidate, need to ensure that the employee will fit in well with their organisation, it has been claimed.That is the opinion of Marc Lawn, managing director of, who said that companies which... [more...]

  • Combination of business and technical knowledge 'highly valued'

    Candidates who demonstrate a combination of both business acumen and technical prowess are likely to stand out far more than those who only excel at one or the other, a specialist has asserted.According to Dave Pye, chief executive officer of the JM Group and also executive member at the... [more...]

  • Staff training 'the key to maximising business'

    The key to companies maximising their business is to stay on top of staff training and ensure that employees, including those in sales jobs, are achieving their full potential.That was the message highlighted in a recent conference held by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development... [more...]

  • Recruitment figures 'give cause for optimism'

    The latest recruitment figures for the UK are a sign that the employment market is more stable than many people feel, according to one expert.Michael Gentle, a spokesman for Monster UK & Ireland, said that new figures published in the Monster Employment Index give great cause for optimism,... [more...]

  • Manufacturers increase headcount once more

    The nation's manufacturers have increased their headcount again as they continue recovering from the effects of the economic downturn.A survey carried out by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) as part of its latest quarterly SME Trends Survey showed that 18 per cent of UK... [more...]

  • Transferable skills 'are highly desirable'

    The UK's businesses are increasingly on the hunt for employees with transferable skills which can be utilised in a variety of settings, one expert has asserted.Denise Taylor, a career psychologist with, said that a candidate who has a varied skill set is likely to appeal... [more...]

  • Recruitment agencies 'play a big part' in flexible working

    The role that flexible working plays in the UK labour market must not underestimated, nor should the part that recruitment agencies play in helping these staff to gain employment, it has been claimed.That is the opinion of Gillian Econopouly, head of policy at the Recruitment and Employment... [more...]

  • Many staff 'working through holidays'

    Many employees in the UK are working through their holidays in order to stay in touch with the office and ensure their workloads do not become unmanageable, according to the latest industry survey.Research carried out by YouGov, on behalf of Croner, reveals 52 per cent of UK staff who are not... [more...]

  • Companies 'will still use temps' after AWR introduction

    Temporary workers will still be in demand even after the new Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) are introduced in October, one sector body has claimed.The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has refuted claims made in the Sunday Telegraph by one leading business analyst that the... [more...]

  • Insolvency figures 'do not paint the full picture'

    New data revealing that the number of insolvencies being registered in the UK has risen slightly does not paint the whole picture when it comes to the stability of the country's organisations, it has been claimed.David Chubb, partner, business recovery services, PricewaterhouseCoopers, made... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'a genuine business benefit'

    Flexible working can provide both companies and their employees with a great business benefit by boosting staff motivation and loyalty, it has been claimed.Mike Emmott, employee relations adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, said that extending the right to request... [more...]

  • Managers 'should take employee ideas on board'

    Managers can help to foster innovation by taking on board the suggestions of employees and subsequently drive the company forward, one expert has claimed.According to Alex Evans, editorial director and co-chair of the Orange National Business Awards, a business that encourages innovation around... [more...]

  • AWR education 'will support recruitment industry'

    Successfully educating recruiters about the upcoming Agency Workers Regulations both before and after they are implemented needs to be a key priority in the coming months, it has been claimed.That is according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, which said recruiters who are... [more...]

  • Jobs market 'belying economic situation'

    The UK's employment market is continuing to belie the general economic situation in the country, according to one expertKevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), pointed to figures in the latest Report on Jobs which show that the rate of jobs growth... [more...]

  • Online sales recruitment activity continues to rise

    The number of sales recruitment candidates being employed in positions across the UK has risen once more, with almost across-the-board growth, a new report has revealed.According to the latest Monthly Hiring Trends survey, which is produced jointly by APSCo and Staffing Industry Analysts, online... [more...]

  • Employers 'not utilising workers' skills'

    The majority of the nation's workers feel that their skills are not being utilised by their employer and as a result are considering switching jobs, the latest survey suggests.According to a poll carried out by Lumesse, 81 per cent of employees do not feel their skills are being used to... [more...]

  • A third of private sector workers receive a pay rise

    A third of workers in the private sector have received pay rise since the start of the year, according to the latest figures, which is a far greater proportion than those operating in the public sphere.The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's (CIPD's) summer 2011 Employee... [more...]

  • Jobs growth continues in the UK

    The number of people being employed in sales jobs and other positions across the UK continued to increase in July, according to the latest industry report.In the new Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs, published today, data shows that there were further... [more...]

  • Recruiters 'must focus on core values'

    It is vital that recruitment agencies focus on their core values rather than relying on the new tools flooding the industry, it has been claimed.Jim Berrisford, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's regional director for Northern Ireland and director of his own agency, said that new... [more...]

  • Workers switching sectors 'have unrealistic expectations'

    Many workers moving from the public to the private sector at the moment do not have realistic expectations about what to expect, one expert has asserted.According to Marcus Alexander, managing director of Appleby Associates, the thousands of public sector workers migrating to the private sphere... [more...]

  • Use of interim managers 'is growing'

    The use of interim sales managers and other part-time leaders is continuing to grow due to a number of factors, according to one industry expert.Marc Lawn, managing director of, made the comments following the publication of a report by the Recruitment and Employment... [more...]

  • Sales jobs salaries 'much higher than expected'

    The salaries for people in sales jobs in the UK are much higher than many people believe, particularly when measured against the estimations of university leavers, the latest poll has suggested.A Hay Group study of 400 UK graduates about their career choices and starting salary expectations in... [more...]

  • Survey reveals workers' social network attitudes

    A new poll of the nation's workers has shed light on how many people spend their working day using social networking sites and how employers feel about this.The study, carried out by Reed as part of its Social Networking at Work study, revealed that 33 per cent of staff admit to using sites... [more...]

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