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06
May

Nominations for the 2015 REC council elections now open

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation have today (17 April) opened nominations for six positions on its council, the governing body of the organisation. Nominations are sought for four non-executive directors to represent corporate members, and two non-executive directors to represent …

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06
May

Employers sanguine about prospect of another coalition government

Almost two thirds (64 per cent) of employers say the prospect of another coalition government after 7th May would have no impact on their confidence to make decisions about investment and hiring, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey by the …

Posted By alexkerr

06
May

Ninety-five per cent of UK businesses must hire if demand increases

Four in ten employers (39 per cent) have ‘no capacity’ to take on more work without more staff, and a further 56 per cent have only ‘a little’ capacity, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey by the Recruitment and Employment …

Posted By alexkerr

06
May

Eight in ten employers planning to hire permanent staff in the next three months

The majority of employers (80 per cent) plan to take on permanent staff within the next three months, and only seven per cent intend to reduce their numbers, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation …

Posted By alexkerr

06
May

Successful recruitment entrepreneurs share secrets of their success

Strong motivation and bouncebackability are key characteristics of successful recruitment entrepreneurs, according to new research published today by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).  7 Secrets of a successful recruitment entrepreneur is a practical guide featuring interviews with successful owner-managers …

Posted By alexkerr

06
May

Staff appointments growth remains strong, while salaries rise at fastest rate in six months

Staff appointments growth remains strong, while salaries rise at fastest rate in six months
Friday, 10 April 2015

Key points:

  • Further marked increases in permanent placements and temp billings
  • Salaries for permanent hires rise at sharpest rate in six months
Posted By alexkerr

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