of cautious optimism as businesses assess how the UK economy will perform in the coming months."
"This comes at the same time as consumer confidence has taken a significant upward turn ... UK - 78% of employers plan to increase or maintain agency staff levels
On a scale of 10 (very optimistic) to -10 (very pessimistic) with 0 representing indifference, accountants scored -6.0. The poll surveyed the view of 1,064 accountants across the UK .
The pessimism ... UK - Accountants more pessimistic over jobs than HR people hiring them
for jobseekers as the survey indicates that a fifth (20%) would opt for a destination within the European Union, with the UK and Germany topping the list.
Only 3% would choose to work in countries outside the EU ... Spain – More jobseekers willing to relocate with UK and Germany topping the list
kicks off at 5pm (UK time) today.
While rush hour travellers without an interest in football should find it easier to get a seat on trains, services are likely to face a surge of “slomuters” after ... UK – Workers will stay late to watch football this week, poll claims
in particular. Despite this, the Group made a small operating profit for the period and remains debt-free with net cash in excess of £0.5 million.”
This follows news from earlier this week when the UK staffing ... UK – Work Group sees gross profit drop in “challenging” market
) 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