and will undermine support for Labour at the next General Election [in 2010]."
Business Minister Pat McFadden said, "the law will come into force in the UK in October 2011, giving recruiters and their clients time ... UK — Government launches consultation paper on delayed AWD
of worsening signalled by the barometer remained marginal and partly driven through excess candidate availability, as previously inactive workers return to the labour market. Conditions in the UK (as signalled ... UK — Temporary jobs growth slows in Scotland
by +84%, a strong sign of market and UK economic recovery."
"The plateau in hiring levels in February 2011 is due partly to the significant increase in recruitment in January 2011 ... UK – Financial services hiring remains stable in February 2011
UK plc remain resilient and productive during tough economic times."
"A critical part of effective leadership and management is effective communication and meaningful consultation so ... UK – Spending cuts increase likelihood of industrial action
individuals, organisations and local areas directly affected, public sector job losses on this scale are unlikely to have a significant impact on the UK labour market overall. Indeed, on the OBR forecast less ... UK – CIPD calls for audit of public sector job cuts
pace and pattern of jobs market recovery is likely to be a reflection of the slowdown seen in UK economic growth over the past two quarters."
... UK - Financial services jobs market continues to hold up
findings from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development's (CIPD) spring 2011 Employee Outlook survey based on a representative sample of 2,000 people in employment in the UK.
The survey ... UK - Falling standards of living and job security undermine morale
Volumes of business across the UK financial services sector grew in the three months to June 2011, but at a slower pace than in the last three quarters, according to the latest Financial Services ... UK - Growth eases but job numbers rise in financial services
and placements across the UK professional staffing sector.
APSCo says that the surge in demand for IT skills is a result of businesses ramping-up investment in technology to boost productivity and gain ... UK - Skills shortages loom as demand for IT professionals surges
in driving future economic growth in the UK. It is also a key aspect that more and more professionals look for in their lives and careers, particularly at a time when we want to encourage employers to invest ... UK - CBI calls for new approach to employment law