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  • CIPD expects employment growth in 2013

    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)'s annual Barometer report on the labour market has revealed that there was a jobs enigma in 2013 and it has made it hard to predict the way things would play out over the next 12 months and beyond. It outlines that the jobs market... [more...]

  • Anyone 'can benefit from sales techniques'

    Everyone can benefit from adopting a sales job mentality, according to the author of a new book on the subject. Reviewing the Daniel Pink book called To Sell is Human: The Surprising Truth about Moving Others, the Financial Times' management editor Andrew Hill explains that the author is... [more...]

  • REC gets Treasury response to taxation concerns

    The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has received an official response from the Treasury minister David Gauke on key taxation challenges facing the recruitment industry. In his correspondence, Mr Gauke provides an update on the issues surrounding taxation rules for contractors... [more...]

  • Retailers braced for Boxing Day surge

    Many retailers across the UK are bracing themselves for a huge surge in footfall on Boxing Day. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) show that up to ten million Brits will forget about the wind and the rain to brave the high street and splash out an estimated £2.4 billion. ... [more...]

  • ONS revises 3rd quarter growth to 0.9%

    The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed that the UK economy grew by 0.9 per cent in the third quarter of 2012. It will be welcome news for commercial organisations keen to expand this coming year, as well as the government, as it follows three consecutive... [more...]

  • Gender pay gap 'narrows'

    New research has found that since the global economic crisis, the gender pay gap has declined in most countries, although this has not always been for the right reasons. A report by the International Labour Organization found that the difference between the amount of men and women working in... [more...]

  • Youth Contract 'needs to be given every chance'

    The Work and Pensions Committee has received the government's response to its Youth Unemployment and the Youth Contract. Back in September, the committee published its guidance on the government's plans for tackling unemployment among school leavers in the UK and focused on the Youth... [more...]

  • MP blasts unpaid internships

    Hazel Blears MP for Salford and Eccles has said that unpaid internships are a modern-day scandal. She explained that they are rife in sectors which have historically attracted a lot of young people who are desperate to get their foot on the career ladder, highlighting the media, fashion and... [more...]

  • REC study highlights employer optimism

    The latest study by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has confirmed that the labour market in the UK is set to remain strong into 2013. According to the JobsOutlook report, which quizzes 600 employers, there is a positive attitude when it comes to recruitment next year. In... [more...]

  • More women 'needed in science jobs'

    There could be a greater demand for female candidates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics jobs next year, as they are currently under represented at senior level. A new report unveiled by the business select committee and conducted by the Royal Society of Edinburgh has found... [more...]

  • TUC: More people working on Christmas Day

    More people are working on Christmas Day than in years gone by, according to new research. The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has revealed that the number of staff working on December 25th has increased by 78 per cent since 2004. Back then, 96,000 people across the UK went into work while others... [more...]

  • Highly-skilled candidates 'to be in high demand next year'

    Highly-skilled candidates look set to be in demand next year as business leaders claim a lack of suitable new staff could hinder the UK's economic recovery. According to new research published today by Accenture, 86 per cent of senior executives in the country believe access to... [more...]

  • UK makes progress increasing number of female directors

    Businesses in the UK are making progress in their efforts to ensure than more of their directors are female. According to a new report from Experian's BusinessIQ, the overall number of directors in the UK increased from 4.3 million in 2007 to five million in 2012 and during this period, the... [more...]

  • CBI expects London firms to start hiring

    Businesses in London are set to begin hiring again in the first six months of 2013, according to new research. A report from KPMG and the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) found that after a period which only saw essential recruiting, firms are set to look to expand their workforces once... [more...]

  • Small businesses optimistic for 2013

    The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) suggests that optimism in the UK private sector is growing and many firms are looking forward to 2013 more than they did so for the start of 2012. Indeed, the Small Business Index - the measure of confidence in the sector - fell by 1.1 points in the... [more...]

  • FSA urged to set up independent approved persons body

    The Financial Services Authority (FSA) and its associated groups are coming under pressure to make changes to the approved persons regime. According to the Daily Telegraph, the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards wants the financial industry to prevent people involved in major... [more...]

  • Bank of Scotland data confirms strength of labour market

    A week after the Office for National Statistics (ONS) released figures showing a major reduction in the employment figures in the UK, the Bank of Scotland has also confirmed that the jobs market is robust. During November, both permanent and temporary staff placements saw strong monthly... [more...]

  • UK aims to boost innovation in business

    The government is set to make a series of policy announcements that will see it nurture the creative talent that is on offer in the UK and use it to help get the country's finances back on track. According to the Department for Business Innovation & Skills, the plans will involve... [more...]

  • REC outlines challenges for the year ahead

    The latest Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) Scotland Policy Forum has underlined the three major challenges that the jobs market faces in the next year. Firstly, it outlined that there is still a skill shortage in a range of sectors including engineering, oil and gas, technology... [more...]

  • Transport costs present an employment barrier for many young people

    Rising transport costs could be a major barrier to many young people who are looking to get on the career ladder, according to new research. The report from The Work Foundation found that young people in rural areas are the hardest hit by high train and bus prices. Figures show the cost of... [more...]

  • 'Think quality not quantity' when it comes to CVs

    With the job market in the UK showing a great deal of robustness throughout the country's economic troubles and recent figures suggesting that many companies will hire in the first quarter of the next year, it could be time to spruce up the CV. Writing in the Daily Telegraph, career coach... [more...]

  • More older employees than ever before in the UK

    The latest employment data released for the government shows that there are now more people working in the UK than ever before, but with an aging population in the country, employers need to be aware of the benefits of hiring older staff. According to the Institute for Employment Studies, the... [more...]

  • CIPD welcomes unemployment boost

    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has welcomed the latest Office for National Statistics data which revealed a significant drop in the number of unemployed people in the UK. Mark Beatson, chief economist at the CIPD, said that the new figures continue to show the... [more...]

  • Christmas shopping figures 'beginning to improve'

    After a slow build-up, Christmas shopping on the high street and retail centres is really starting to take off this year, according to the latest figures. The British Retail Consortium said that the media hype around Mega Monday – the record day for online sales in the UK – and a... [more...]

  • REC welcomes employment statistics

    The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has welcomed the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, which show the greatest quarterly fall in unemployment in more than a decade. Kevin Green, the REC's chief executive, said that the employment market in the UK is a... [more...]

  • UK unemployment falls by 82k last quarter

    The government has released the latest labour force statistics - and they make positive reading for any jobseekers.   Figures from the Office for National Statistics revealed in the past quarter, unemployment in the UK fell by 82,000, while the number of people out of work for more... [more...]

  • WPP to return to UK

    One of the world's biggest advertising companies is returning to the UK. Four years ago, WPP moved its head offices to Dublin, stating that high taxes had hampered the business environment in Great Britain, but now it has signalled its intent to return with the creation of a new parent... [more...]

  • Jobseekers 'should pay attention to their online profile'

    Jobseekers have been told to ensure that their online profiles do not let them down when they are looking for work. The average person looking for a new sales executive role may not think that their Twitter profile or Facebook page will draw the sort of attention which celebrity pages can, but... [more...]

  • 2013 'will see fastest recruitment rate in four years'

    A new survey has found that British companies are planning to expand their workforces at a faster rate than at any time in the past four years during the first three months of next year.The report from ManpowerGroup published today (December 11th) suggested that the first quarter of 2013 will... [more...]

  • Banks to 'create more jobs outside of London'

    More financial jobs could be appearing in regional parts of the UK after three global investment firms stated that they will be moving 3,000 London positions to other UK cities in the coming months and years. The Financial Times reports that the Bank of America, JPMorgan and Deutsche Bank will... [more...]

  • Vince Cable unveils employment investments

    The UK's business secretary Vince Cable last week launched the latest government initiative aiming to improve the skill set of job candidates and create sustainable employment. While visiting Eastleigh College on the south coast, Dr Cable announced a new £550 million Further Education... [more...]

  • REC shows employment optimism in the UK

    A new report has revealed that British firms hired permanent and temporary staff at their fastest rates in over 18 months during November. The research from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) found that the index measuring permanent job appointments hit its highest level since... [more...]

  • Candidates given advice to beat CV scanners

    A recent article published in the Wall Street Journal has revealed that companies are increasingly using technological algorithms to screen candidate CVs, with many vacancies attracting huge numbers of applicants. Although this may be practical for the firm, many jobseekers are unaware how to... [more...]

  • Bank workers 'still under pressure to deliver sales targets'

    Which? believes that bank staff are still being pressurised by bosses to push unsuitable products to customers.The consumer watchdog conducted research between October and November and found that 65 per cent of workers with sales targets now feel more pressure than ever to deliver. More than... [more...]

  • CIPD stresses importance of labour market to UK's recovery

    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has issued its response to George Osborne's Autumn Statement. Yesterday (November 5th), the half-yearly policy speech was given to MPs and Peter Cheese, chief executive of the CIPD, said that the announcement confirms that the... [more...]

  • Theo Paphitis companies to increase their marketing budgets

    While many businesses in the UK are cutting their marketing budgets, the firms run by Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis are set to do the exact opposite. The retail expert will be running a new range of advertisements for his Boux Avenue, Ryman Stationery and Robert Dyas brands. Mr Paphitis,... [more...]

  • Social media and mobile tech 'to change face of recruitment'

    Social media and mobile technology will revolutionise the way candidates apply for, and employers look to fill, jobs in the future, according to the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC). Recruitment 2022 - The Effect of Social Media and Technology on Future Recruitment found that... [more...]

  • CIPD urges firms to reconsider approach to older employees

    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has told employers that they are "missing a trick" if they do not offer some level of job flexibility to older workers. According to the organisation, more than half of workers over 55 currently plan to work beyond state... [more...]

  • BCC urges chancellor to boost business growth

    The British Chambers of Commerce has told the chancellor that he must put the economic health of the nation ahead of politics in his Autumn Statement. George Osborne is expected to unveil more austerity measures in his half-yearly report to MPs today (December 5th), but the BCC believes that a... [more...]

  • REC issues recruitment tips

    The Recruitment & Employment Confederation has outlined a number of tips about recruitment growth over the next year. During last month, the REC took three experts to England's biggest cities who shared their expertise with packed audiences. Advice that was handed out included focusing... [more...]

  • New accounting rules 'could benefit early adopters'

    Companies with a December 2012 year end could be the early adopters of a new accounting system that will become mandatory in 2015. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) recently made public the initial section of its new accounting framework that will eventually replace the UK Generally... [more...]

  • BCC: UK economy performed better than expected

    The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) now believes that the UK economy will not shrink as much as first feared this year. In its latest growth forecast, the BCC stated that although the economy will not expand this year, the contraction will only be 0.1 per cent – significantly better... [more...]

  • Many workers 'putting pressure on themselves to do extra hours'

    Nearly a third of professionals put in an extra six hours every week to keep abreast of their workload, new figures show. A report from Kelly Global Workforce Index (KGWI) revealed 28 per cent of staff work more hours than they are paid for and 39 per cent of employees say they put the pressure... [more...]

  • Vince Cable calls for more female executives

    Vince Cable, the UK business secretary, has urged some of the country's top companies to publish data on the number of men and women in senior positions. He believes that this extra transparency will highlight those firms who are trying hard to combat the gender imbalance and those who... [more...]

  • UK firms 'opting for temporary staff and freelancers'

    The number of temporary and freelance workers that are being hired in the UK is on the increase, according to the latest figures from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo). Businesses in the UK are using the temporary workers to meet the extra demand during October 2012 and... [more...]

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