Loss of the World Cup brings tragedy to the HR industry


Loss of the World Cup brings tragedy to the HR industry

Loss of the World Cup brings tragedy to the HR industry

6th December 2010Bond Williams

Hosting the world cup means hundreds of thousands of extra people flocking to the country for just over a month, bringing a positive impact on the economy and retail sector. … Read more »

Skills shortage problematic for jobs increase

According to a PwC survey 28% of UK firms are planning to increase their headcount next year, with 15% of these implementing significant growth. These figures are startling compared to… Read more »

7th December 2010Bond Williams

Bond Williams recruitment support the Wave 105 Toy Appeal

Bond Williams Professional Recruitment has teamed up with Wave 105, for the Wave 105 Toy Appeal 2010. The Wave 105 Cash for Kids Toy Appeal will help hundreds of children… Read more »

8th December 2010Bond Williams

HR market review of 2010 affects HR law firm departments

HR departments took a hit during the bleak times seen in 2008 and 2009 however the outlook seems positive as the market is without a doubt in a better place… Read more »

14th December 2010Bond Williams

HR executives anticipate redundancies

The stability and future of careers in the HR industry over the next three months look bleak.  With the proposed cuts in the public sector, the private sector will feel… Read more »

17th December 2010Bond Williams

Life outside the Big 4

A recent study conducted by Accountancy & Finance Recruiter, Marks Sattin has revealed that a number of Generation Y accountants are now looking outside of the ‘Big 4’ accountancy firms… Read more »

20th December 2010Bond Williams

Increase in recruitment of graduates

Since the recession, the demand from employers for university leavers fell dramatically.  In January 2010, 21,000 graduates from 2009 were recorded to be without work, forcing graduate unemployment to reach… Read more »

2nd December 2010Bond Williams

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