) and recruiter Harvey Nash.
The survey, which covered 300 companies that hire around 1.4 million people in the UK, found that 35% of businesses expect their workforce to be larger in 12 months’ time. 15 ... UK – Job creation “mini miracle”, finds CBI & Harvey Nash
Badenoch & Clark. This is despite the UK now being officially out of recession.
Employees have remained optimistic with 76% of those who took a pay cut still hopeful that their full pay will be re ... UK — Over eight million still waiting for pre-recession pay to be reinstated
board reed.co.uk. However, year-on-year employer demand is up by +22% to give a Job Index reading of 125.
UK job vacancies have risen by +25% since December 2009, (when the Index ... UK - Job opportunities slip back but still up +22% on last year
Job opportunities across the UK are up in one of the biggest month-on-month increases for nearly two years, according to the Job Index for October published today by job board Reed.
... UK - Job opportunities bounce back to hit eight-months high
The Agency Workers Regulations (AWR) was implemented in the UK last year but has not been well received according to new research which claims that almost 60% of agency workers say they have ... UK – Staffing firms and agency workers frustrated about “unclear” AWR
;news that net migration has increased comes as no surprise given the recent rise in the number of European Union (EU) workers in employment in the UK, which is overshadowing a sharp fall in the number from ... UK – Net migration increases despite cap on non-EU migration
UK staffing firm Robert Walters (RWA:LSE) has seen group gross profit decline by -3% in the second quarter of the year to £47.6 million from £49.2 million at the same time last year, the firm said ... UK – Robert Walters Q2 gross profit slows in Europe and AsiaPac
With the unstable UK economy continuing to place many companies under significant financial pressure, 81% in the UK business services sector, which includes recruitment, financial services ... UK - 40% of business services firms confident about year ahead
Migrants coming to the UK to work on temporary visas will no longer be able to apply for settlement, under proposals announced by the government yesterday.
The government is implementing reforms ... UK - Government wants to break the link between temporary and permanent migration
to the private sector.
The survey of 900 interim executives found that the top priority for UK PLCs should be seeking organic growth (50% of interims) followed by managing the business for cash (20%, down ... UK - Top managers warn against hoarding cash and ignoring growth