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UK executive search industry Net Fee Income up for third consecutive year
Activity in the UK executive search industry is continuing to rise for a third year according to the latest annual report from Executive Grapevine (EG)...
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BSkyB pledges to hit 20% ethnic minority target by 2016
Broadcaster Sky has pledged that ethnic minorities will make up 20% of writers and actors for its UK-commissioned TV shows by more ›
600,000 jobs promised in Varsity Line revival plans
The revival of a Cambridge-Oxford rail link is set to create up to 600,000 more ›
Engineering jobs up by more than a third
According to figures released by recruitment software provider, Recruitive, there has been a surge in the number of UK engineering jobs advertised in more ›
Express Employment Professionals more than doubles placements
Express Employment Professionals, the largest franchised staffing company in the North America, reported that through the first six months of 2014 it put an average of 5,370 new people to work each week, up from an average of 2,509 in more ›
Dads working from home are more
Flexible working has often been hailed as a method of reducing gender inequality, helping to ease growing dilemmas faced by modern working families who need to juggle parenting and work more ›
Record fall in youth unemployment
Youth unemployment has seen the largest annual fall since records began 30 years ago - alongside the steepest annual fall in unemployment in a quarter of a century, figures published by the Office for National Statistics more ›
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Dementia could cost businesses billions
Dementia caring obligations could cost companies more than £3billion by 2030 according to a new more ›
One million women move into low paid jobs
Nearly one million women have moved into low paid work since the recession, with many holding jobs they feel overqualified for, a new study more ›
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Stress at work increases diabetes risk
Being stressed at work significantly increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a major new more ›
Monarch Airlines to cut up to 30% of workforce
Monarch Airlines could cut as many as 1,000 jobs, reducing its workforce by 30%, as part of a major cost cutting strategic more ›
Apprenticeships better value for taxpayer than degrees
Apprenticeships generate more revenue for the taxpayer than university degrees, according to a new more ›
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Bosses earning 143 times average salary
Bosses at FTSE100 companies are earning on average 143 times more than their staff, according to data from the High Pay more ›
HR Management
Changing the resourcing landscape
Ed Gunzeln - Global Operations Manager - Recruitment, Shell, talks about the changed landscape for Talen acquisition and how Shell's vision towards candidate engagement has change their resourcing approachread more ›
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HR Management
Graphic designer applauded for rejecting chance to work for free
Working for free has become a regular feature of young writers and designers who are tempted by the magic word “exposure” more ›
Cisco cutting more jobs as sales stagnate
A forecast of little to no rise in sales has been blamed for Cisco’s latest round of job more ›
People Moves
Five minutes with: Ridgeons' new HR Director
Ann Corbyn joined Ridgeons earlier this month as HR more ›
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Chinese grads get cosmetic surgery to improve job chances
A growing number of Chinese graduates are undergoing cosmetic surgery procedures to give themselves an edge in the graduate job more ›
People Moves
FBI announce former Special Agent as HR Branch Director
  The FBI has announced the appointment of a new Executive Assistant Director to lead the federal agency’s Human Resources more ›
People Moves
Godiva Chocolatier announce CHRO appointment
  Godiva Chocolatier Worldwide has announced the appointment of its new Chief HR more ›
People Moves
Co-operative Group hire Head of Executive Resourcing
  The Co-Operative Group have appointed a new Head of Executive more ›
People Moves
Vubiquity appoint HRD UK
  Vubiquity, the global provider of multiplatform video monetisation services, have appointed a new HR Director, more ›
Play games and prosper - William Shatner endorses gaming CVs
Star Trek’s James T Kirk – a self-confessed World of Warcraft fan – believes that video games can help employees work hard and more ›
More jobs but less pay, figures reveal
Unemployment numbers are at their lowest since 2009 according to the latest figures  Office for National Statistics (ONS ) more ›
Deceased Steve Jobs being sued by own shareholders over no-poaching agreement
Deceased Apple Founder Steve Jobs is being sued by shareholders of the company for the no-poaching promise agreed with Silicon Valley more ›
Company credit reports could cut fraudulent CV claims
Company credit reports could further cut fraudulent CV claims made by candidates in job applications, a new report more ›
The best paying jobs of 2014
There is an old proverb that says: ‘money goes to money’ and according to the American report from Jobs Rated, if you want to make lots of money, you need quite a substantial amount in the first more ›
SNP and UK Treasury trade blows over independence job chances
The UK Treasury  has called into question a ten-point plan from the Scottish National Party for full employment prospects, should the country vote in favour of more ›
HR Management
Apple CEO 'unsatisfied' with diversity figures
Apple CEO Tim Cook has admitted that he is “not satisfied” with the company's diversity more ›
Could video game skills on CV secure a dream job?
For decades, parents have been complaining that their teenage children spend too much time playing videogames and not enough time doing something constructive, like honing the skills required for gainful more ›
Unconscious bias means all-women shortlists still needed
  Following the recent ruling of Equalities and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) that the use of all-female shortlists is illegal, a leading women’s leadership coach has spoken more ›
Employee Relations
1 in 3 feel boss favours those who put work before family
  A third of UK workers believe that their boss views staff that put work before family as their most productive, according to a new more ›
Reed report job vacancies up by a third
Recruitment firm Reed has released figures showing that job vacancies are up by more than third on last year’s more ›
Compensation & Benefits
20% hike in new hire pay at City firms
Firms in the City, who added hires in product control and information technology, have awarded new employees with an average pay increase of 20% in more ›
Employee Relations
68% would be afraid to tell boss of mental health issues
Almost seven in ten (68%) fulltime workers would worry about telling their employer about a mental health condition for fear of a negative response, new research more ›
Compensation & Benefits
We can work it out
Alexia Aronsten, HR Manager for Sweaty Betty, shares some of the thoroughly healthy perks of working for the award winning women’s fitness clothing more ›
Employment Law & Risk
Apple, Google, Adobe and Intel anti-poaching settlement rejected
A judge has rejected the proposed $324 million settlement of a case alleging that tech giants Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe conspired to not poach each other’s staff and keep wages more ›
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