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More than half of key UK industries believe their sector is suffering a skills shortage, new research suggests...read more ›
The Association of Executive Search Consultants (AESC) has published the results of their latest quarterly State of the Executive Search Industry report...read more ›
92% of CEOs in the motoring industry believe innovation is needed for the long-term survival of their business...read more ›
Richard Musgrave has worked his way up from a consultant to become Country Director for England at the international search and selection firm...read more ›
One of the most striking elements of the 2009 Budget was a new 50% top tax rate for those earning over £150,000, which will come into effect from April 2010...read more ›
If the search industry is to survive the economic downturn, and the decades to follow, the service models currently provided by executive recruiters need to be fundamentally changed...read more ›
The Human Capital awards, organised by The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) and Real Business, was held last night in London...read more ›
74% of recruitment owners and managers feel that the credit crunch has had a negative affect on the recruitment industry...read more ›
The financial services sector have cut jobs at the fastest rate since 1993, as businesses try to trim costs to survive the downturn...read more ›
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Resourcing
60% fail to meet job description in first two years of employment
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Diversity
Female leaders 'more likely to support and nurture talent'
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Diversity
Women in “girly” jobs are still paid less than their male peers
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Diversity
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