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15 Jul, 2016

Talent boost for the UK’s small enterprises

A growing trend of professionals moving from large to small companies is providing a welcome talent boost for the UK’s small enterprises, according to new findings released today by the online professional network LinkedIn. The findings – based on a sample of its 20 million UK members – showed...

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27 May, 2016

Considering a career change

Over a quarter of British workers (28%) are considering a career change in the next ten years, with 11% considering it in the next year, according to a new poll commissioned by Oxford Open Learning Trust. Our headhunter services cover many different industries, s   Did you know…?  Over a...

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31 Mar, 2016

Digital skills gap

British businesses are not doing enough to boost employees’ digital competence, according to new research commissioned by Barclays. While almost half (47%) of all businesses believe better digital skills would lead to a more productive workforce, investment in digital upskilling remains low at only £109 per employee among medium...

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31 Mar, 2016

Eurozone in deflation

Consumer prices in the eurozone fell for the second month running in March thanks again to falling energy prices. Prices were 0.1% lower than a year ago. The figure was a small improvement on February, when deflation was running at 0.2%, but it maintains pressure on the European Central...

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23 Mar, 2016

Economic conditions are improving

Eight in ten employers (79 per cent) believe that economic conditions are improving, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). Overall, 81 per cent of businesses plan to hire more permanent staff in the next three months. However, the data also indicates that...

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11 Mar, 2016

Staff appointments continue to rise at solid pace

The Markit/REC Report on Jobs – published today – provides the most comprehensive guide to the UK labour market, drawing on original survey data provided by recruitment consultancies. Key points: Permanent placements increase at quickest pace in three months Temp billings growth remains steady Permanent salaries rise at stronger...

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10 Dec, 2015

UK trade deficit widens in October

The UK’s trade deficit – the difference between the amount it imports and exports – widened considerably in October, according to official figures. The monthly deficit was £4.14bn, up from £1.07bn in September. Between August and October there was a deficit of £8.4bn, a £2.4bn increase from the previous...

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10 Dec, 2015

Rising transport costs

London’s low-paid workers, already struggling with high housing and living costs in the capital, are being disproportionately affected by rising transport costs according to a new report. The report – ‘Living on the Edge’ – was commissioned by London Councils, London TravelWatch and Trust for London and reveals the...

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10 Dec, 2015

Personal finance education

Two-thirds (64%) of UK employees have never received any personal finance education, according to research commissioned on behalf of the Open University Business School (OUBS) and Share Radio Two thirds of UK staff admit they have never received personal finance education such as how to manage everyday spending and...

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02 Oct, 2015

UK businesses risks slow growth

New research revealed today by professional network LinkedIn suggests that slow adoption of new skills in the recruitment industry may be impacting the growth and productivity of UK businesses. A study of 500 senior HR and recruitment professionals revealed that nearly one in three (31 per cent) admit they...

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