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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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3/4 companies have successfully hired through social media
Almost three quarters of companies have successfully hired through social media, according to new research... read more ›
Jobseeker channels David Brent in 'hire me' video
A jobless graduate inspired by Ricky Gervais’ character, David Brent of The Office, in an attempt to get his dream job... read more ›
Employee Relations
Tech sector's most popular CEO's revealed
A new chart has revealed the most popular CEOs in the Tech sector... read more ›
Employment Law & Risk
Former Morrisons tax executive charged with insider dealing
The former treasurer and head of tax at supermarket group WM Morrison has been charged with two offences of insider dealing, according to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)... read more ›
HR News
Health risk of germ-infested workplaces
Eating lunch at your desk may seem like a good idea when you’re pushed for time and have deadlines to meet, but in doing so, you could be risking your health... read more ›
Social media background checks 'vital for recruiters'
Social media searches are a vital part of recruitment and candidates should take control of their online presence as it holds more power than they realise, according to VP of Human Resources at CareerBuilder, Rosemary Haefner... read more ›
Employee Relations
Air France pilots end long strike
Air France pilots have called off a two week strike which cost the airline hundreds of millions of Euros... read more ›
'Women, like men only cheaper' Tech Exec tells conference
A millionaire technology entrepreneur has been forced to ‘clarify’ remarks advocating the gender pay gap by implying he only hired women because they were cheaper... read more ›
Working Mums Top Employer shortlist announced
Twenty seven firms have been shortlisted for this year’s Workingmums... read more ›
Rolls Royce back campaign to get more women working in science
  Rolls Royce, BAE Systems and National Grid are among companies backing a campaign to get more women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) roles... read more ›