Month: May 2013

WE GO THE EXTRA MILE. EVERY DAY.

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May Day, Labour Day

WE GO THE EXTRA MILE. EVERY DAY.

May Day, Labour Day

May Day, Labour Day

1st May 2013Bond Williams

  The biggest fallout from the global economic crisis has been that effecting youth unemployment in Europe. This week recruitment companies reported a less gloomy picture in the Uk while… Read more »

IoD set to impose employment law changes

The Institute if Directors (IoD) has spoken out to the business secretary Vice Cable in a blast of employment law changes they deem necessary for business growth to be put… Read more »


7th May 2013Bond Williams


Voluntary sector sees jump in employee engagement scores despite prolonged job insecurity

Improved job satisfaction accompanied by improved bottom-up and top-down communications provides food for thought for public and private sectors According to the CIPD’s Employee Engagement Index1, more than half (55%)… Read more »


8th May 2013Bond Williams


The CV that gets you the interview

It’s a difficult working environment out there currently, the number of job applications for a single vacancy is often overwhelming and the competition is stiff. So how do you get… Read more »


10th May 2013Bond Williams


CIPD Update: Labour market is a ‘battleground’ for job seekers

New CIPD research shows that 45 applicants are chasing every low-skilled job The Spring 2013 Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)/Success Factors Labour Market Outlook (LMO) survey report —… Read more »


13th May 2013Bond Williams


Allowing working parents to share responsibility for childcare will help create more equal and diverse workforces, but the devil is in the detail

CIPD responds to government consultation on the administration of Shared Parental Leave As the Government’s consultation on the administration of Shared Parental Leave draws to a close, the CIPD has… Read more »


21st May 2013Bond Williams


Businesses must learn to buck the trend in declining job satisfaction

The CIPD responds to the 2012 Skills and Employment Survey with evidence of how businesses and public sector organisations could learn from the voluntary sector As the 2012 Skills and… Read more »


Bond Williams


Don’t limit your diversity approach to protected characteristics – CIPD comment

Equality strands are a good starting point but don’t let them restrict your scope, argues Iain Mackinnon Is it a badge of honour in your place to be able to… Read more »


28th May 2013Bond Williams


Employment Relations Minister Jo Swinson MP to discuss biggest shake up of employment law in a generation

Annual CIPD Employment Law Conference debates impact of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act as well as other recent changes in employment legislation At the CIPD’s annual Employment Law Conference… Read more »


29th May 2013Bond Williams


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