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Strike up a conversation

29th June 2011Bond Williams

Strike action could be avoided by the Government and public sector employers better communicating the benefits of working for the public sector. While David Cameron is appealing to public sector… Read more »

Bond Williams refer a friend scheme

In view of Bond Williams’s best year ever it is crammed full of superb job vacancies and would welcome a little extra help finding the best people into their top jobs. The… Read more »

27th June 2011Bond Williams

Hiring as normal and fewer redundancies

The latest CBI/KPMG London Business Survey shows that, compared to six months ago, fewer London firms are making redundancies, alongside figures showing that more firms are hiring as normal. The… Read more »

24th June 2011Bond Williams

Celebrating our best ever year as the economy improves

As the economy bounces back, the employment outlook in the UK is looking up. A nationwide survey has found that more organisations intend to create additional jobs within the next… Read more »

20th June 2011Bond Williams

Rewarding the workforce – CIPD Update

Public sector cutbacks and only marginal private sector growth continue to have impact on organisations’ ability to reward employees, says annual survey. Just under two-thirds (65%) of employers have, or… Read more »

1st June 2011Bond Williams

Optimism leads to more City jobs

A growth in City banking jobs has been put down to a growing perception of better prospects for the banking and finance industry and an increase in stock market flotations…. Read more »

7th June 2011Bond Williams

The importance of being supplemented

  Our recent seminar asked us to look at all the little extras that employers give to their employees and how those employees measured the importance of such supplements. Firstly we had… Read more »

3rd June 2011Bond Williams

IT lacking lady love

  Even though reports show a sizable difference, almost 30%, of the amount of applications for university places are female; it still remains to be a black hole for women… Read more »

9th June 2011Bond Williams

CIPD Update: Cheer as unemployment figures drop

Dr John Philpott, Chief Economic Adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) comments as follows on official labour market statistics published earlier today by the Office for… Read more »

15th June 2011Bond Williams

CIPD head discussion of welfare-to-work scheme

Yesterday, Employment Minister Chris Grayling headlined a CIPD round table discussion regarding the welfare-to-work scheme. The discussion revolved around the role HR can play in making success of the Government’s… Read more »

17th June 2011Bond Williams

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