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28 Jun, 2012

German unemployment rate rises to 6.8%

According to offical figures, the number of people out of work in Germany rose by 7,000 in June to give a jobless rate of 6.8% of the workforce.  However,...

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27 Jun, 2012

London Games 2012

With a month to go, a CBI survey of more than 250 London companies reveals that the majority are positive about the 2012 Games. Nearly all firms (92%) think...

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25 Jun, 2012

Graduate Prospects

Higher university fees and a difficult jobs market could make education fraud more widespread, reports a survey by Graduate Prospects as it launches a new degree verification service with...

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25 Jun, 2012

British jobseekers

British jobseekers are too reserved to effectively sell themselves while job hunting, according to new research from Gumtree.com.  Employers claim that nearly half (42 per cent) of job candidates...

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22 Jun, 2012

German businesses worries about Eurozone crisis

German businesses are increasingly worried about the impact of the eurozone crisis, a survey suggests. The business climate had worsened in the past month, according to the Ifo index...

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21 Jun, 2012

Public sector employers

Public sector organisations face increased problems in recruiting and retaining staff, particularly at a senior level, as skilled individuals shy away from the sector as the impact of the...

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20 Jun, 2012

Young people ill equipped to find suitable careers

As the Office for National Statistics releases its latest batch of unemployment figures, a new report published today reveals that far too many young people are ill informed about...

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20 Jun, 2012

UK unemployment falls

Unemployment in the UK fell by 51,000 to 2.61 million in the three months to April, official figures have shown. The jobless rate fell to 8.2%, the Office for...

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18 Jun, 2012

Gender balance in the boardroom

Is gender imbalance on company boards an EU issue, or should it be a matter for national governments? What is the case for gender diversity on boards? Does it...

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18 Jun, 2012

Permanent placements increase

The latest Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs signalled a further improvement to the Scottish labour market in May. Both permanent and temporary placements rose strongly over the month,...

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15 Jun, 2012

Health benefits

Organisations reviewing their benefits packages are most likely to be scrutinising their health benefits provision, according to research from HR specialists XpertHR. Based on a survey of 356 organisations’...

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14 Jun, 2012

Rigorous compliance

Recruiters voted unanimously to introduce a rigorous new compliance regime at the Annual General Meeting of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) today. The new compliance regime which received...

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14 Jun, 2012

European governments

Although many governments around Europe took drastic action to control public spending in the midst of the last recession, austerity measures have eased considerably over the last year. In...

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11 Jun, 2012

UK Business prospects have improved

A survey of UK businesses says short-term business prospects have improved, with the consensus on current trading levels at a 12-month high. However the eurozone crisis may harm longer-term...

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08 Jun, 2012

French Economy

There has been mixed news on the outlook for the eurozone’s biggest economies. The Bank of France expects the French economy to contract by 0.1% between April and June...

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