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UK salaries growth fastest since July 2007
Permanent salary growth is back at pre-crisis pace with salary figures the highest since 2007, a survey finds...read more ›
Accountants targeting disadvantaged students
The accountancy profession in the UK has come together to launch a new social mobility drive designed to provide greater opportunities to talented students from disadvantaged backgrounds across the country...read more ›
Slow employers risk losing out
Recruitment firm Jobshop UK are warning employers they risk losing high calibre candidates to rival companies by procrastinating when it comes to making that vital job offer...read more ›
KPMG: Living wage good for business
Becoming a living wage employer isn’t just 'fair' – it’s good for the bottom line, according to KPMG...read more ›
Men with children most likely to get promoted
Men who have children are more likely to get promoted in their careers, according to research from the 30% Club...read more ›
Number of candidates in sharp decline
The number of candidates that employers have to choose from is in sharp decline – coinciding with salaries rising at the fastest rate since 2007...read more ›
Record numbers of women in work as unemployment falls 125,000
  The number of people out of work in the UK fell by 125,000 to 2...read more ›
  The latest Report on Jobs from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG  has seen vacancies rise at their fastest pace since May 1998...read more ›
Five minutes with: KPMG's new Director of Diversity and Inclusion
Donna Halkyard will join KPMG in March as Director of its Diversity and Inclusion team, following her role at BAE Systems as Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion...read more ›
KPMG challenge candidates to race around the world
If you want to work for KPMG you had better be willing to go the extra mile...read more ›
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Skanska is planning to create 1,500 new jobs across the UK over the next three years...read more ›
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A group of men have won a landmark sexual discrimination case against their employer over equal pay...read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Fracking could generate 64,000 jobs
New research has shown the need for 50 new land-based drilling rigs in Britain to meet the demands of the industry...read more ›
Resourcing
Job history 'turn offs' for opposite sex revealed
New research has revealed the biggest turn offs for potential partners when it comes to one’s previous job...read more ›
Resourcing
Secret memo reveals EU role for 'political heavyweight'
Number 10 is seeking a ‘political heavyweight’ to take on the top British post in Brussels according to a secret memo, it has been reported...read more ›
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At Canada Life Group Insurance we believe that there is much more to insurance than simply providing a financial benefit and product...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Caterpillar Chairman and CEO sees compensation fall by 33%
Caterpillar Chairman and CEO Doug Oberhelman saw his compensation fall by 33% last year due to the company’s failure to meet profit and performance targets...read more ›