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Availability of permanent candidates falls at sharpest rate in 16 years
The availability of permanent candidates has fallen at the sharpest rate since November 1997, despite the number of job openings continuing to rise... read more ›
The majority (78%) of UK CFOs say that it is challenging to find skilled financial professionals, with organisations paying more for the market’s brightest and best candidates... read more ›
Half of accountants have admitted that an increase in working hours has had a detrimental effect on their health, research suggests... read more ›
Olympus to cut 2,700 jobs as it goes “back to basics”
The Japanese camera maker has announced restructuring plans which will result in 2,700 job cuts worldwide... read more ›
London vacancies have trebled, drawing in overseas workers as the City is considered the most ideal place to work by finance professionals... read more ›
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'Paycation' benefits battle amongst companies to ensure refreshed new staff
A San Francisco-based commercial property start-up has become the latest to offer a new holiday perk by paying for incoming employees to go on a two week holiday before starting their role... read more ›
HR Management
Small businesses are reluctant to employ
Half of all small businesses are not hiring new employees at present, according to the results of an SME focussed survey... read more ›
HR Management
Many hundreds of NextGen managers are now making a paradigm shift in their management practice... read more ›
Resourcing
What's in a name? Chinese state offers tips for top English pseudonyms to help workers get hired
Elizabeth, William, Michael and Catherine are the safest English names for Chinese workers looking for careers abroad according to the state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV)... read more ›
Finance Director lied on CV and stole £300,000
A Finance Director lied about her accountancy qualifications to get the job and then went on to siphon more than £300,000 of money from the company she worked for, a court has heard... read more ›
HR Management
NHS staff banned from drinking tea or coffee in the office
NHS staff have been banned from drinking tea or coffee in public areas at three Leicester hospitals... read more ›
HR Management
Workplace is unsupportive of women with menopause
Almost three quarters (72%) of female workers experiencing menopause related symptoms say they feel unsupported in the workplace... read more ›
HR Management
Why Huwawei is now one of the world’s most valuable brands and how having a competitive advantage got them there. read more ›
“Pensions are no longer boring”
There have been so many changes when it comes to pensions that the topic is “no longer boring”, according to the Shadow Minister for Pensions... read more ›