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
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