Month: July 2016

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A third of new hires plan to leave their job within a year

WE GO THE EXTRA MILE. EVERY DAY.

A third of new hires plan to leave their job within a year

A third of new hires plan to leave their job within a year

7th July 2016Laura Crossen

New research by YouGov, on behalf of The Institute of Leadership & Management has revealed that almost one in five (19%) of new recruits are currently actively looking for a… Read more »

Rising salaries reflect overall growth of IT, Marketing and HR industries

A survey by Emolument.com has found that competition for skilled Digital Marketing employees means that Managers are earning around 37% more. Human Resources and IT salaries also continue to rise…. Read more »


8th July 2016Laura Crossen


4 jobs for people who are naturally great communicators

  Having good communication skills in the workplace is all about being able to convey information to others in a clear and precise way that is understood, meaning things get… Read more »


13th July 2016Laura Crossen


Demand for flexible workspace continues to grow

  According to the annual review of the UK market by flexible workspace specialist The Instant Group, demand for serviced offices increased by 21 per cent across the UK last… Read more »


15th July 2016Laura Crossen


Response to today’s publication of labour market statistics: Unemployment dropped to 4.9 per cent before the referendum

  Tom Hadley, Recruitment & Employment Confederation Director of Policy has commented on today’s publication of labour market statistics by the Office for National Statistics (ONS): “Today’s ONS data shows… Read more »


21st July 2016Laura Crossen


Time to reconsider temporary work?

  If you have itchy feet or simply need to move around regularly due to your personal circumstances then temporary work could be the answer to your prayers. There is… Read more »


22nd July 2016Laura Crossen


Employers respond to National Living Wage by raising prices or reducing profits

  According to a report published by the Resolution Foundation employers have responded to the National Living Wage (NLW) by raising prices or reducing profits rather than cutting jobs, but… Read more »


25th July 2016Laura Crossen


Jobs market remained strong before referendum but skills shortages could cause disruption – REC

  The July JobsOutlook survey from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has revealed that out of 600 employers surveyed before the referendum, 45 per cent of employers believed economic… Read more »


27th July 2016Laura Crossen


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