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  • UK firms plan to maintain or increase pay

    An increasing number of UK workers are planning to maintain or increase the amount that workers are paid in the coming months, according to a new report.A survey of HR professionals carried out by Incomes Data found that over half are intending to award staff the same level of pay in 2012 as... [more...]

  • Work experience 'is vital' for university students

    People at university can significantly increase their employment prospects by gaining as much work experience as they can, one expert has pointed out.Dan Hawes, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau, said that the workload many students have means it is hard to get experience of the... [more...]

  • Graduates with a 2:2 or lower 'earn £8k less'

    Graduates who leave university with a 2:2 degree earn an average of £8,000 a year less than those who graduate with a First or 2:1, according to new research.Data published by Adzuna shows that many employers use 'degree filters' which means they do not even consider candidates... [more...]

  • AWR 'will benefit hundreds of thousands of agency workers'

    Hundreds of thousands of agency workers in the UK, including those in sales jobs are set to benefit from the Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) when the legislation is implemented, which is great news for the entire jobs market, it has been claimed.Brendan Barber, general secretary of the Trades... [more...]

  • AWR advice calls increase

    The number of companies calling the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's (REC's) Legal Helpline ahead of the introduction of Agency Workers Regulations next week has increased significantly in the last few days, the body has revealed. October 1st is the date when the legislation... [more...]

  • Employee grievances 'must be acknowledged'

    Managers have been urged to acknowledge any issues raised by their staff if they are to promote a happy working environment and ensure productivity. Helen Wright, marketing and communications manager at the Great Place to Work Institute UK, noted that managers who address any employee... [more...]

  • Staff training 'luring people away from university'

    The prospect of increased levels of staff training is proving increasingly attractive to would-be university students, it has been claimed.A new report carried out by the British Retail Consortium shows that retailers are investing an average of £1,275 per employee in training each year... [more...]

  • Regulation reduction 'would enable economic growth'

    A reduction in the regulatory burden facing the country's manufacturers is vital if the sector is to contribute towards economic growth, it has been claimed.That is the message from EEF – the manufacturers' organisation, which has claimed that many companies are being held back... [more...]

  • Demand for agency workers 'is robust'

    The demand for agency workers in the UK is robust at the moment, with companies committed to taking on temporary staff following the introduction of Agency Workers Regulations next month.A new study by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) shows that 22 per cent of employers expect... [more...]

  • UK manufacturers anticipating output growth

    Manufacturers based in the UK are anticipating output growth in the coming months, according to a new study gauging the optimism of British firms.A poll of 470 manufacturers for the CBI's new Industrial Trends Survey shows that 22 per cent describe total orders as above normal at the moment,... [more...]

  • Firms 'need to focus on retaining customers'

    Companies need to do all they can to boost customer loyalty and improve client retention in the coming months in order to maintain economic recovery, it has been claimed.Bruce Temkin, former Forrester Research principal analyst and author of the Temkin Group report titled Customer Experience... [more...]

  • Private sector interim manager demand 'has returned'

    The use of interim managers in the private sector has returned to the levels registered before the onset of the economic downturn, according to the latest report.Data published by the Interim Management Association (IMA) shows that the private/public gap has widened "significantly" in... [more...]

  • Coaching and motivation 'the key to business development'

    The key to boosting business development in UK organisations is though an increased focus on the coaching and motivation of workers, it has been claimed.According to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), 77 per cent of organisations are currently employing coaching... [more...]

  • Younger staff 'more likely to pull a sickie'

    Younger members of staff are far more likely to call in sick for work despite not being ill, according to a new report revealing workers' attitudes throughout the UK.According to the data published by Kronos, an average of UK, 43 per cent of adults admitted to calling in sick when they were... [more...]

  • Employees demand more female managers

    UK workers would prefer it if there were more female managers in the UK, according to a new study carried out by Randstad.The poll of British staff found that more than a third of them think that the performance of their organisation would improve if it had more female senior managers.Other... [more...]

  • Young people 'filling retail jobs'

    Many of the jobs being filled in the country's retail sector are occupied by young people, according to a new report from the British Retail Consortium (BRC).Data issued by the organisation revealed that four out of ten new employees being taken on retail sales jobs and other positions in... [more...]

  • Keeping workers happy 'is incredibly important'

    Although it seems obvious that a happy workforce is the key to success, a worrying number of organisations are neglecting to ensure that their staff are content and, as a result, this is hampering productivity, one expert has pointed out.Ashley Ward, director at European Leaders, said the... [more...]

  • Looking for a new job 'can be daunting'

    Recruitment candidates looking for role may find the experience is rather daunting, but there is help at hand for people who are struggling to adapt to the process, it has been observed.A spokesperson for Jobsite.co.uk said that sales recruitment candidates and other applicants on the hunt for... [more...]

  • Recruiters urged not to neglect disabled workers

    The country's recruitment agencies have been urged not to "cast aside" disabled job candidates when looking to fill skilled roles, or risk losing the business of large clients.That was the message emanating from an event taking place in London this week featuring major UK employers... [more...]

  • Workers switching sectors 'need to be realistic'

    Public sector workers making the switch to the private sector as a result of government spending cuts need to be realistic about the kind of benefits and perks they will receive, it has been claimed.Nicola Linkleter, managing director at Badenoch & Clark, said that the influx of former... [more...]

  • Demand for flexible working 'is changing the jobs market'

    The UK employment market is being shaped by the demand for flexibility from younger workers, it has been claimed.Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, said there is a "growing aspiration for more flexible working" as young people enter the... [more...]

  • Every interview 'should be approached like the first'

    People applying for a job should enter every interview like it is the first they have ever had, according to one expert.Kirsty Burgess from Reabur.com said that sales recruitment candidates and other applicants need to forget about any previous negative experiences they may have had in... [more...]

  • Training of young staff 'is essential'

    It is vital that UK businesses boost their efforts to take on young staff and train them to help drive the country's economic and business recovery, one expert has advised.That is the opinion of Phil Flaxton, chief executive of Work Wise UK, who said that more and more people are likely to... [more...]

  • Employees 'are unprepared for retirement'

    Many of the nation's workers are not preparing well enough for life after work and as such are getting the 'retirement jitters', a new report has found. Research carried out by Mercer suggests that only 38 per cent of UK workers feel like they are doing enough financially to prepare... [more...]

  • SMEs show confidence in UK jobs growth

    The UK's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are confident that the private sector will experience jobs growth in the coming months, according to the latest employment survey. Research carried out by ECI as part of its annual Growth Survey suggests that 74 per cent of companies... [more...]

  • UK recruitment grows by 6%

    The number of people being recruited in the UK has risen again over the last 12 months, according to the latest industry report.Data compiled in the Monster Employment Index shows that IT, marketing, media and PR recorded strong annual growth, along with transport and logistics, while Midlands... [more...]

  • Talent shortages 'will emerge in 2011'

    The emergence of talent shortages in 2011 will be hard to avoid as the economy begins to grow, one sector body has predicted.That is the opinion of Kevin Green, chief executive of the recruitment and Employment Confederation, who said that one of the things that will re-emerge as the... [more...]

  • REC launches Youth Employment Charter

    A new initiative has been launched by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) which aims to boost the number of young people gaining new employment positions.The Youth Employment Charter is aiming to help the recruitment industry, education and employers to work better together to... [more...]

  • Scottish job prospects continue to improve

    There has been a further improvement in job prospects in Scotland as the country's businesses continue to post growth, the latest industry report indicates.According to the Bank of Scotland Purchasing Managers Index (PMI), Scottish private sector activity expanded solidly in August, as... [more...]

  • Engineering graduates 'struggling to find jobs'

    Many graduates with science and engineering degrees are struggling to find employment positions after university, a new report has claimed.Research carried out by the British Educational Research Association shows that many science graduates are struggling to find work, despite claims of a... [more...]

  • Employment of older workers 'needs to be embraced'

    It is important that companies make an effort to take on older workers and the government makes this easier to do so their considerable skillsets and experience can be harnessed, it has been claimed.According to Sarah Gordon, chair of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's Diversity... [more...]

  • Public sector workers having to work more hours

    Workers in the public sector are increasingly feeling pressured to work more hours than they are contracted for, with little incentive, according to a new report which has suggested this could see an exodus of skilled staff to the private sector.The research, carried out Badenoch & Clark,... [more...]

  • Keeping interest rates low 'would support British business'

    British businesses would benefit greatly from UK interest rates being kept low, one major body has claimed.That is the opinion of the British Chambers of Commerce, which said such a move would ensure that companies continue to shake off the effects of the economic downturn in the weeks and... [more...]

  • AWR 'going ahead as planned'

    The implementation of Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) next month will go head as planned, contrary to recent media reports, the government has confirmed.This week reports have surfaced that the coalition will be conducting a high-level review of the legislation, which is due to come into force... [more...]

  • West London jobs 'easier to find'

    It is easier to find a job in the west of London than the east, according to a new report published by the Trades Union Congress (TUC).Analysis of official employment figures by the body shows that competition for sales jobs and other employment positions in the east of London is far greater... [more...]

  • Engaging staff 'the key to success'

    Organisations which fail to properly engage staff are comprising their chances of success, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has claimed.Ahead of an upcoming conference on the importance of keeping workers committed to delivering business goals, the CIPD says it is... [more...]

  • Survey reveals most popular employee benefits

    The most common employee benefits offered to UK staff have been revealed in a new survey by the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP).In the poll, which spanned a range of sectors and employees in various positions of possibility, it was found that 85 per cent of employers offer... [more...]

  • Staff placements increase in the UK

    The number of people being placed into permanent and temporary jobs in the UK is continuing to increase at a modest pace, according to the latest Report on Jobs by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).In August, the number of people being placed into new employment positions,... [more...]

  • UK manufacturing growth continues

    The growth of the UK manufacturing industry is continuing in spite of analysts' predictions about a lull in output, the latest industry statistics reveal.According to the new EEF/BDO Manufacturing Outlook survey, output and orders are still growing in the UK, with all sectors reporting... [more...]

  • Employers receive boost as govt cuts red tape

    The UK government has provided a boost to UK organisations by promising to cut red tape for employers.Skills minister John Hayes made the announcement following a review led by the Employer Reference Group, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and several large companies, which called for... [more...]

  • Manager-worker relationships 'the key to success'

    The determining factor in the success of any staff member's career is their relationship with their line manager, according to one expert.Particularly when it comes to alternative working arrangements, it is vital that there is communication between the worker and the manager to ensure the... [more...]

  • UK PMI continues to grow

    Activity among the UK's businesses continued to grow last month, according to the latest industry report, albeit at a slightly slower pace than in previous months.August's UK Services Purchasing Managers Index, compiled by Markit and the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply,... [more...]

  • Job demand rises by 20%

    There was a 20 per cent rise in demand for new employees last month, including those in sales jobs, according to the latest industry report.The Reed Job Index shows that employer demand for new staff was a fifth higher in August 2011 than the same month in 2010 as companies took on more workers... [more...]

  • Percentage of workless households falls

    The percentage of UK households in which no adults work has fallen once gain, according to the latest industry figures. Data published by the Office for National Statistics shows that many more UK adults are entering the employment market, even if they have not worked previously. Overall, the... [more...]

  • PRP awards 'too small' to motivate staff

    Performance-related pay (PRP) awards currently being offered to UK workers are not big enough to stimulate worker motivation, a new report has claimed. Following a survey of 152 organisations carried out by XpertHR, it was found that the median salary increase from which PRP rises are awarded... [more...]

  • Flexibility 'can improve staff retention'

    Managers hoping to keep hold of their best workers as greater opportunities become available may boost retention by introducing more flexible working practices, it has been claimed. That is the opinion of Steve Huxham, chairman of the Recruitment Society, who said that this approach is a good... [more...]

  • Pensions reform 'must acknowledge role of recruitment agencies'

    The government needs to acknowledge the very different role that recruitment agencies play in the placement of workers to general employers, it has been claimed.Following the Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into automatic enrolment for workplace pensions, in which recruitment agencies are... [more...]

  • AWR implementation 'will not affect agency worker use'

    The implementation of Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) a month form today (October 1st) is unlikely to have a major impact on the use of flexible and temporary workers, according to a new poll of employers.A survey carried out by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) found that 83... [more...]

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