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  • Graduate jobs 'will become more available'

    It will become easier for the UK's graduates to find jobs in the near future, according to one expert.Dan Hawes, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau, said the economy will "slowly creep" out of the downturn and this will in turn create even more opportunities for sales... [more...]

  • Employers 'very keen' to see work experience

    Employers are always keen to see examples of work experience on the CVs of job candidates, but it is surprising how many people omit this information from their resume, one expert has stated.Jo Barnard, director of Quest Professional, employers have always placed an emphasis on previous work... [more...]

  • Govt's AWR pledge 'good news for recruiters'

    The government's pledge to reduce the amount of bureaucracy firms encounter when complying with Agency Worker Regulations (AWR) will be good news for the country's recruiters, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).Last week, business secretary Vince Cable made a... [more...]

  • 28% of over-50s set to work past retirement age

    Some 6.1 million people over the age of 50 expect to work past the current state retirement age, according to a new poll, representing 28 per cent of this demographic.Figures compiled by LV following a poll of thousands of workers found that one in five over-50s expect to work for at least a... [more...]

  • British youths 'to be given hope for their futures'

    More focus is being put on getting young people in the UK into employment, under a new government strategy.Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has unveiled the youth contract scheme, which will operate over the next three years.The plan will see £1 billion being provided to employers across... [more...]

  • Self-employment 'an attractive option for Brits'

    People who are finding it difficult to secure a full-time job have been advised on how going into self-employment could be a beneficial choice.Dr Dianne Bown-Wilson, small business advisor and age management specialist at in my prime, pointed out that the economic woes have meant jobs are in... [more...]

  • Offer training opportunities 'to enhance workplace morale'

    Training and career development could be used by employers to keep those in sales jobs and other areas of work happy.A new study carried out by the People 1st Training Company and ICM Research showed that 66 per cent of staff would feel better about their line of work if such options were on... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'can help businesses meet key goals'

    Flexible working opportunities are not being taken up by many small and medium sized businesses, a new study has suggested.According to a survey conducted by O2 to support the launch of its Joined Up People strategy, 25 per cent of firms questioned did not have any technology in place to... [more...]

  • AWR could 'change how temporary workers are hired'

    The Agency Worker Regulations (AWR) 2011 could see businesses changing the way they hire temporary staff members.Reculver Solicitors' James Carmody gave this view on the new rules, which state that after 12 weeks of going through qualifying, temporary workers will be given the right to be... [more...]

  • Government enhances the GIF

    Businesses are to be given more incentive to boost skills and growth within their desired sector, under a new government strategy.Minister for skills John Hayes and the business secretary Vince Cable have launched the second phase of the Growth and Innovation Fund (GIF).Under the strategy, the... [more...]

  • Young-brained Brits 'could land more successful jobs'

    People currently looking for work should try and adopt a more enthusiastic approach, as such eagerness could land them more successful jobs.In fact, Tim Drake, author of You Can Be As Young As You Think: Six Steps to Staying Younger and Feeling Sharper, has urged Brits to try and become more... [more...]

  • London 2012 'can enhance the UK economy'

    The upcoming London 2012 Olympics is set to have a significant impact on creating a "better Britain" in the long term.According to a survey conducted by Cisco, 40 per cent of employees already believe that next year's Games are having a positive effect on the UK's economic... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'should be encouraged to businesses'

    Employers have been further encouraged to adopt flexible working practices in sales jobs and other roles within their businesses.Transport Minster Norman Baker has looked to get the message of this line of work across to those in the UK with more effect by setting up the 'Anywhere... [more...]

  • Social networks 'allow firms to enhance their communication'

    Businesses have been advised that social networks could prove "extremely valuable assets" to all members of staff if integrated into the workplace.This is the view of Tim Gibbon, director at communications consultancy Elemental, who pointed out that both employees and companies can... [more...]

  • Chancellor 'must take bold action' in autumn statement

    The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has called on chancellor George Osborne to address the regulatory landscape, the tax environment and youth unemployment in his upcoming autumn statement.Some of the key measures called for in the REC's letter to the chancellor include a... [more...]

  • Workers 'need employer assistance' to boost skills

    Many staff hoping to boost their skillsets are struggling to do so without the support of their employers, according to a new poll of staff.Research carried out by Accenture has found that 55 per cent of staff feel pressure to develop additional skills for career success, but only 21 per cent... [more...]

  • Many Brits 'not satisfied' with current job

    A large proportion of British staff are not currently happy with their job and are looking elsewhere for another role, the latest report has revealed.Research carried out by Train4Trade Skills shows that 28 per cent are not satisfied with their current job and only one in four have no plans to... [more...]

  • UK pay rises hold firm

    Pay rises for UK employees were two per cent for the three months ending October 31st, meaning the headline pay has now been the same for seven consecutive rolling quarters.According to the study, carried out by Xpert HR, private sector employers are predicting a median 2.5 per cent pay award in... [more...]

  • Offering flexible working 'attracts the best staff'

    The offer of flexible working can help organisations to attract the best candidates into sales jobs and other positions, according to one specialist who has noted the lifestyle benefits of the practice.Jonathan Swan, research and policy manager at Working Families, said flexible working is also... [more...]

  • UK jobs market 'has done remarkably well'

    The UK's jobs market has proven very resilient in the past 18 months, according to one expert who has noted that Britain has predicted its workers fairly well compared with some other nations.Phil Flaxton, chief executive of Work Wise UK, said recruitment agencies and companies have done a... [more...]

  • Govt 'must incentivise firms to boost employment'

    The coalition can help to tackle the problem of youth unemployment by incentivising small business to take on new staff by offering a National Insurance holiday.That is the opinion of Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, following today's announcement... [more...]

  • Working 9 to 5 'will become a thing of the past'

    The traditional 9 to 5 job will become a relic over the next 25 years as working practices become more flexible and companies create new strategies, it has been predicted. In a poll of UK workers carried out by Office Angels, it was found that almost two-thirds of staff in sales jobs and other... [more...]

  • Temporary workers 'just as loyal as permanent staff'

    Temporary staff display just as much loyalty to their organisation as the permanent staff they work alongside, but many managers are failing to spot this trait, a new report has revealed. Research carried out by Hudson revealed that the majority of managers think agency staff are often more... [more...]

  • Worker demand 'still strong' in many sectors

    The demand for staff remains very strong in many sectors, and this is likely to continue in the months ahead, according to one expert.Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, said that although the latest Report on Jobs showed a slight decrease in demand for... [more...]

  • Companies 'should not cancel Christmas parties'

    UK firms have been advised not to cancel or scale back Christmas parties this year, despite many firms intending to do so, as it may damage staff morale and have a negative long-term effect.A new poll by Pitney Bowes shows that nearly half of small or medium-sized organisations are not planning... [more...]

  • Low salary perceptions 'making recruitment difficult'

    The perception that some small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) may not be able to offer competitive rates of pay is a causing recruitment headache for many companies, it has been found.According to a new poll of 700 workers by Hays, almost half of those in sales jobs and other roles believe... [more...]

  • Half of firms plan to increase staff numbers

    Half of UK firms are currently planning to boost the number of workers they employ over the next 12 months, according to a new survey.Research carried out by the CBI and recruitment consultancy Harvey Nash shows that 47 per cent of employers are predicting that their workforces will be larger by... [more...]

  • Managers 'must show more emotion'

    Managers hoping to get a little extra out of their team need to show more emotion in order to win trust and boost productivity, according to one expert.Kevin Murray, chairman of Bell Pottinger, said that over the last 20 years leaders have learned to be more emotional in the way they interact... [more...]

  • Staff retention strategies 'are working'

    New strategies implemented by companies to keep hold of their best staff have proven successful in recent times and have had in impact on churn, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).Speaking at the organisation's annual conference and exhibition, chief... [more...]

  • Recruitment industry 'leading the way' in job creation

    The country's recruitment industry will continue to lead the way in placing people into sales jobs and other positions over the coming months, one industry body has noted.That is the opinion of data, Kevin Green, chief executive of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), who said... [more...]

  • Manufacturing growth 'must be enforced'

    The recent positive manufacturing growth in the UK now needs to be reinforced, according to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).New figures show that manufacturing output in September was 0.2 per cent up on the month and 2.0 per cent on the year, with many firms reporting a boost in job... [more...]

  • Businesses urged to winterproof the workplace

    Firms across the UK have been advised to take steps to ensure they do not get caught out by the effects of bad weather this year and avoid the turmoil caused by the snow and ice of winter 2010/11.The Forum of Private Business (FPB) issued the advice to forecasters predicting an end to the... [more...]

  • UK firms 'tackling workplace stress'

    An increasing number of companies in the UK are boosting their efforts to tackle workplace stress and increase the productivity of staff, new figures suggest.A report published by XpertHR for National Stress Awareness Day shows that the proportion of firms that are taking steps to limit the... [more...]

  • UK job churn 'has halved in 13 years'

    The number of workers leaving their main job has nearly halved since 1998, according to the latest figures published by the Office for National Statistics.New data released by the analyst shows that 674,000 people left their main job in the second quarter of 2011, which is a 42 per cent... [more...]

  • UK recruitment industry grows by 25%

    The last year has seen turnover in the UK’s recruitment industry rise by over 25 per cent, according to the latest annual industry report by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).In the organisation's Medium Term Forecast, it predicts single digit growth over the next four... [more...]

  • Businesses 'experiencing significant growth'

    Businesses across the UK are beginning to experience growth as banks become more willing to support them and the economic situation improves, according to one analyst.In a BBC Radio 5 Live podcast, John Jenkins, chief executive of GE Capital UK, said that he has seen a rise in the number of... [more...]

  • Younger workers 'more satisfied with their jobs'

    Younger members of staff are more likely to be satisfied with their jobs than older workers, according to a new global survey from Mercer.The study asked for the opinion of a broad range of people in sales jobs and other roles about their contentment at work and their likelihood of leaving and... [more...]

  • Experience 'can bolster a CV'

    People who are leaving university need to think about how their CV can be tailored for each application if they are to boost their chances of landing their ideal job, according to one expert.A spokesperson for universitiesnet.com, said that if sales recruitment candidates are seeking to bolster... [more...]

  • Job creation 'will rebuild confidence in countries'

    A new focus on job creation around the world will help to rebuild confidence in governments and ensure that nations can continue their journey to economic recovery, one global organisation has claimed.The International Labour Organization has welcomed the focus placed by the G20 Leaders Summit... [more...]

  • Graduate unemployment falls

    The number of graduates in the UK who are out of work has fallen for the first time since the start of the recession, a new report has indicated.Research carried out by the Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU), entitled What Do Graduates Do? found that 69.7 per cent of people who... [more...]

  • Career breaks 'can boost CVs'

    People can help to enhance their CV significantly by taking a career break, according to one expert.Rachel Morgan-Trimmer, founder of thecareerbreaksite.com, said that there are some people who are less likely to take a career break at the moment because they are afraid of not being able to find... [more...]

  • Employers who value staff 'will prosper'

    Employers who place value in their staff and let them know how much they are worth to an organisation are likely to prosper as a result, according to one specialist.Kevin Friery, clinical director at Right Corecare, said that staff welfare is often not given the priority it deserves by... [more...]

  • Many people 'not aware of their skills'

    Many job candidates are not aware that they have several of the skills that employers are looking for, which could be holding them back in the employment market, according to one expert.Charlie Ryan, owner of therecruitmentqueen.com, said that graduates in particular are often under the... [more...]

  • British firms 'must concentrate on creating jobs'

    Firms across the UK need to concentrate on creating jobs in order to boost economic recovery, and this can be achieve through the removal of red tape, according to business minister Mark Prisk.At the Local & National Regulators annual conference this week, the minister noted that the... [more...]

  • Graduates 'must be proactive' to find a job

    People hoping to move into a job after university need to be proactive if they are to enhance their chances of being chosen ahead of other candidates, one expert has advised.Dan Hawes, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau, said that university leavers need to be realistic to find out... [more...]

  • Stress 'still a problem' for many managers

    Managers across the UK are still having to deal with the issue of stress-related illness, according to a new report by Group Risk Development (GRiD).Is shows that stress-related mental ill health is currently the second most common cause of long-term absence in the UK behind home and family... [more...]

  • NIC holidays 'could boost UK recruitment'

    A National Insurance Contributions (NIC) holiday could help to boost the number of people being employed in sales jobs and other positions, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). Kevin Green, the REC's chief executive, made the comments after his organisation wrote... [more...]

  • Medium-sized firms 'have great growth potential'

    There is fantastic scope for growth among the country's medium-sized firms, but the government needs to provide support to ensure that these organisations are able to create new jobs and maintain growth, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has claimed. Dr Neil Bentley, CBI deputy... [more...]

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