(gross profit) was up by +59% from 24.9 million Pounds in Q2 2009 to 39.7 million Pounds in Q2 2010. In constant currency it was up by +51%.
UK net fee income was up by +36% from 8.5 million Pounds ... UK — Robert Walters sees marked acceleration in recruitment activity in Q2
Kevin Green, Chief Executive of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation, said "we are concerned about the UK jobs market. Growth is rapidly slowing as public sector job freezes start ... UK — Temporary/contract billings eased in August due to public sector cutbacks and economic uncertainty
public offering (IPO) in 2011. As well as the UK, Pulse operates in Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East, US and Canada.
The Financial Times believes that if Blackstone is successful, the venture ... UK — Private equity firm rumoured to be courting Pulse and possibly others, too
Demand for UK interim managers in the second half of 2010 will remain strong as companies seek operational turnarounds and growth solutions, without committing to permanent hires, according ... UK — Interim management demand predicted to maintain momentum in H2 2010
, we have strengthened our operations in Australia and Singapore through the relocation of two experienced Managing Directors from the UK with responsibility for the future growth of those regions ... UK - Hydrogen's H1 NFI ahead of expectations due to contract business
decline. The strongest overall improvement was recorded in the UK, as the service sector posted modest gains during September. This was the first month since June 2009 that the UK was the leading EU 'big ... Europe - UK had highest 'EU Big Four' productivity growth in September
was driven by the permanent businesses, which have shown strong growth in the UK and Asia, with the UK increasing NFI by +18% to 2.6 million Pounds and Asia increasing NFI by +55% to 872,000 Pounds compared ... UK - Prime People's NFI up +8% in H1 2011
time in the UK for April to June 2011 was shorter than the European Union average (36.3 hours a week compared with 37.4). This is because the UK has a higher percentage of part-timers, 27 per cent ... UK - Managers work the longest hours but don’t get paid for it
. The report shows how a failure to address the under-utilisation of skills, especially at the lower end of the labour market, constitutes a barrier to both social mobility and the competitiveness of the UK ... UK – Skills under-utilisation in the labour market must end, says report
New statistics suggest that there are 24,000 people driving illegally for companies in the UK as British company directors risk corporate manslaughter and Health and Safety charges, with unlimited ... UK – Business directors risk corporate manslaughter over illegal company drivers