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  • Ex-offenders 'have a point to prove in the workplace'

    Recruiters have been told of the positives that can be gained by bringing ex-offenders into the workplace.While many employers will be sceptical about hiring a person who has served a stint in prison, Sarah Gordon, associate director of the Sammons Group and chair of the Recruitment &... [more...]

  • Holiday allowance 'not being taken by tenth of London managers'

    Many managers in London are failing to take their full holiday entitlement, new research has highlighted. According to a study conducted by LondonlovesJobs, one in ten workers has failed to take any of their holiday entitlement this year. The tough economic climate has been blamed for being a... [more...]

  • Too many workers 'failing to give themselves credit'

    People who head into an interview room with their strengths at the front of their mind have a greater chance to succeed than those who antagonise about their weaknesses.This is the view of Caroline Dowd-Higgins, Director of Career and Professional Development, Indiana University Maurer School of... [more...]

  • Young people 'need more assistance to step onto a career ladder'

    More help is required for people making the transition from full-time education to working life. This is the opinion of Carmen Watson, managing director of Pertemps Recruitment Partnership, who believes that young individuals are in need of further assistance by employers so that this task can... [more...]

  • A UK job opportunity 'is being sought by 23 people'

    The UK jobs market has become even more competitive, if the findings of a new study are anything to go by.According to research carried out by, 23 people are applying for a job in the UK on average.This figure rises to 33 applicants for job opportunities in the south east of the... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'has many advantages'

    There are many benefits to a company adopting flexible working opportunities into their workplace, one expert has attested.Shirley Borrett, development director at the Telework Association, believes that the past few years have shown that "employers gain enormously from having a flexible,... [more...]

  • AWR implementation 'has been smooth'

    The implementation of Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) in the UK has been far smoother than expected and not had a major impact on the use of agency workers across the UK, according to the findings of a new study. In the Recruitment and Employment confederation's new AWR Monitor, compiled... [more...]

  • Benefits packages 'important to many employers'

    More than eight out of ten employers are keen to provide their workplace with sick pay which is above the statutory minimum. Furthermore, over two-thirds of employers are keen to pay their staff something for up to a year as part of a benefits package. These were two key findings of a new Unum... [more...]

  • Gap years 'can improve a person's career outlook'

    People who are currently searching for a new job have been told how a gap year could help them land on the career path of a lifetime. Marcus Watts, managing director at Greenforce, believes that individuals can gain many benefits by taking up this form of travel. However, he was keen to note... [more...]

  • Public sector workers 'willing to move' to the private sector

    The majority of workers in the public sector are currently thinking about moving to the private sphere, according to the latest study. Data published in the latest Hays Career Outlook Survey, undertaken in November and December, shows that although those working in the public sector are... [more...]

  • Careers guidance 'needs to be maintained'

    It is vital that careers guidance is maintained in the nation's schools if young people are to continue moving into the right roles, such as sales jobs, and driving the recovery of the nation's economy.Ed McRandal, Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) policy advisor responsible... [more...]

  • Paid overtime falls since recession

    The total amount of paid overtime in the UK has fallen by 25 per cent since its pre-recession peak in 2007, according to the latest analysis by the Trades Union Congress (TUC). Official figures show the total number of paid overtime hours in the country has declined from 54 million in 2007 to... [more...]

  • Female job candidates 'should choose a career they love'

    Women on the hunt for a job need to think about what they love to do and attempt to find a career that suits it, one specialist has advised. Piya Khanna, executive coach at Change to Succeed, said there are many ways that women can empower themselves to choose the right career for them. ... [more...]

  • Vocational skills 'more important than qualifications'

    People on the hunt for a new job have been advised that vocational skills can count for just as much – or perhaps even more – than qualifications. That is the opinion of Jo Barnard, director at Quest Professional, who said that for employers it is important for people to have the... [more...]

  • Demand for agency staff rises

    There has been a rise in the demand for agency staff over the past 12 months, according to the latest Jobs Outlook from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation. According to the figures, the short-term outlook for the agency work market has improved by three points, with 81 per cent of... [more...]

  • Workers 'annoyed by office jargon'

    One of the biggest pet peeves among UK workers is their bosses using office jargon that serves no real purpose other than to irritate staff, it has been revealed. A new poll of 2,000 of the nation's employees found that 75 per cent of workers are being annoyed by a manager using meaningless... [more...]

  • Sales professionals 'in great demand'

    It is a great time for sales recruitment candidates hoping to gain a position in the coming weeks and months, it has been observed. David Clubb, managing director of Office Angels, made the comments after new data from the company and showed that sales recruitment candidates... [more...]

  • Accommodating disabled workers 'far easier than thought'

    It is much easier than many employers think to accommodate disabled employees in workplaces and benefit from the skills they can provide, one organisation has pointed out. Shaun Williams, director of corporate affairs for Leonard Cheshire Disability, said often employers do not know how to... [more...]

  • Private sector red tape 'needs to be cut'

    The government needs to boost its efforts to cut the amount of red tape holding back the nation's firms, according to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC). Commenting on the unemployment figures for November, published by the Office for National Statistics, David Kern, chief economist at... [more...]

  • REC launches Flexible Work Commission

    The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has launched the Flexible Work Commission, a new group of experts that aims to drive practical recommendations to government and business on re-energising the country's flexible labour market. One of the aims of the group is to encourage... [more...]

  • Relationship with managers 'the most important of all'

    A worker's most important relationship in the workplace is the one they have with their boss, according to one expert. Hilary Jeanes, leadership coach and human resources consultant at PurpleLine Consulting, said there is "lots of evidence" that this is the most important... [more...]

  • Private sector job numbers continue to grow

    The number of people being employed in private sector jobs in the UK is continuing to increase, according to the latest government figures. The data reveals that, although unemployment has risen by 128,000 to 2.64 million in the three months to October, the number of private sector jobs rose by... [more...]

  • UK staff 'working fewer hours'

    The nation's employees are currently working shorter hours than at any time in the past 20 years, according to a new report by the Office for National Statistics. Data published by the government analyst shows that the average working week for staff in sales jobs and other roles is now 36.3... [more...]

  • Apprenticeships 'can provide valuable workplace skills'

    Apprenticeships are a great way to learn vocational and technical skills, as well as gain experience of a workplace environment that can't be gained through an academic education, according to one expert. Tara Daynes, human resources and training consultant at, said that... [more...]

  • Christmas hangovers set to cost firms £888m

    The nation's business are set to see a dip in productivity in the next few days as employees suffer from the effects of Christmas parties, with this festive hangover costing in the region of £888 million across the country. Data published by Travelodge following a poll of 6,000 staff... [more...]

  • Career breaks 'can boost skills and confidence'

    Going on a career break can have significant benefits for a job candidate by boosting both their overall experience and their confidence, one expert has pointed out. Rachel Morgan-Trimmer, founder of, said the career break market has been growing over the past five to ten... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'can lower staff stress'

    Managers can help to ease the pressure on staff by enabling them to work flexibly, according to one expert who has highlighted the benefits of remote working. Clare Kelliher, professor of work and organisation at Cranfield School of Management, told HR Magazine that work has become "more... [more...]

  • Half of staff 'work over 40 hrs a week'

    The majority of UK staff work more than 40 hours a week, according to a new poll which revealed that many are in the office for as long as 11 hours a day. A poll of over 2,700 business people across the UK by Regus found that more than a third work for between nine to 11 hours on a daily basis,... [more...]

  • 4 in 10 office workers 'regret Christmas party behaviour'

    A significant proportion of UK workers have done something at a Christmas party that they have later gone on to regret, according to a new poll carried out by Monster, suggesting that staff need to keep an eye on their behaviour this year. The survey found that, although 59 per cent of staff... [more...]

  • Many students 'not prepared' for world of work

    There is a feeling among many employers that the UK's young people are not sufficiently prepared for the world of work, according to a new report. Research carried out as part of the Global Skills Gap survey by Think Global shows that three-quarters of the 500 business leaders polled are... [more...]

  • Unpaid overtime 'generating billions' for UK economy

    The overtime put in by the nation's workers is generating almost £30 billion a year for the UK economy, according to new figures published by the Office for National Statistics. Figures released by the official government analyst shows that 5.26 million people welcomed overtime last... [more...]

  • Small companies 'struggling to find skilled staff'

    The country's smaller firms are struggling to find the staff who can drive their organisation forward through tough economic times, a new poll has discovered. Research carried out by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and All Party Parliamentary Small Business Group (APPSBG) shows... [more...]

  • 1 in 3 firms to hire new staff in Q1 2012

    More than a third of companies will be taking on staff in the first three months of next year, according to a new report which has indicated that this trend will continue in the months ahead. The Women Like Us survey polled 329 businesses about their recruitment intention for Q1 2012 and 36 per... [more...]

  • Firms offered advice on keeping staff happy at Christmas

    With the festive period fast approaching, it is the time of year when companies either boost staff morale and ensure a good start to the new year, or put their foot in their mouths, one expert has pointed out. Hilary Jeanes, leadership coach and human resources consultant at PurpleLine... [more...]

  • Professional recruitment holds firm through eurozone crisis

    The number of professionals being hired across Europe has held steady throughout 2011 in spite of the ongoing effects of the economic downturn and the eurozone crisis, the latest global survey has indicated. According to the Global Snapshot poll carried out by Antal International, which quizzed... [more...]

  • Temporary staff 'play a vital role'

    The nation's temporary workers play a major role in helping to drive business, and companies should do all they can to help integrate them and keep them motivated, it has been claimed. Chris Moore, managing director of Adecco Group Solutions, made the comments after a study by his... [more...]

  • Temporary placements increase in the UK

    The number of people securing temporary jobs in the UK has continued to rise, according to the latest Report on Jobs by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG. Data published in the report shows that billings from the employment of agency workers rose for the 28th month in... [more...]

  • Manufacturers remain optimistic about 2012

    Companies across the UK remain confident that their situation will improve over the coming months and business will continue to blossom, according to the latest report from KPMG. The analyst predicts that some manufacturers are expecting activity to rise over the coming year, with more than a... [more...]

  • Regional Growth Fund 'will create half a million jobs'

    Some half a million jobs are set to be created by the coalition by the end of the current parliament due to the Regional Growth Fund, according to deputy prime minister Nick Clegg. He made the comments after the announcement of a £1 billion boost to the Regional Growth Fund in the... [more...]

  • Employers 'recognising the benefits of agency staff'

    Employers across the UK are beginning to recognise the importance of taking on agency staff to help boost productivity and ensure survival in an uncertain economic climate, it has been claimed. According to Roger Tweedy, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's (REC's) director of... [more...]

  • UK job opportunities 'the highest for 23 months'

    There has been a spike in the number of job opportunities available in the UK, with more positions available now than at any time in the last 23 months, a new industry report reveals. Data published by Reed as part of its monthly Job Index shows that there are more opportunities for sales jobs... [more...]

  • Firms losing out as staff are stuck in traffic

    Companies across the UK are paying the price due to staff being stuck in traffic jams in a morning, with millions of working hours being lost, a new poll has found. Research carried out by Churchill Car Insurance shows that over 123 million working hours are lost every year as employees sit... [more...]

  • Demand for agency staff rises once more

    There has been another improvement in longer-term hiring intentions and strong demand for agency staff, in spite the latest economic predictions, new data from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) reveals. A new report from the organisation shows that, despite the Agency Workers... [more...]

  • Cancelling Christmas parties 'would be short-sighted'

    Any boss planning to cancel the office Christmas party in the coming weeks has been advised that the decision would be short-sighted and have an even more detrimental impact on worker morale than they think. A new poll by Table7 found that four in ten managers are intending to scrap the party... [more...]

  • Salary and benefits 'putting off top talent'

    Many potential job applicants are being put off companies because they believe salaries are not as competitive within small companies as they are at larger organisations, according to a new report. Research carried out by Hays suggests that 55 per cent of staff also believe smaller businesses... [more...]

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