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KPMG give staff a step up on to property ladder
The unaffordability of buying a house in London is an increasing problem for all but the high earners... read more ›
Britain's biggest jobs boom for more than 25 years
Unemployment in Britain has fallen by almost half a million over the past year, following the biggest jobs boom for more than 25 years... read more ›
Vacancies rise at fastest pace in 16 years
Demand for staff has risen at the fastest pace since 1998, according to a new report from KPMG and Recruitment & Employment Confederation... read more ›
Candidate shortages fuel strong pay growth
The inability of employers to attract the appropriate candidates for suitable positions in their organisations has led to an increase in pay growth... read more ›
Ex KPMG Managing partner joins Norrie Johnston Recruitment
Norrie Johnston Recruitment (NJR), which specialises in senior level, permanent and interim recruitment, reports that Graham Oates has purchased a 10% stake in the company and has joined the firm as a Director... read more ›
KPMG claim new appointments break glass ceiling
Consultancy giant KPMG has improved its gender balance at senior levels with the announcement of 52 new partners... read more ›
Talent shortage sees record starting salaries
Falling staff availablity has forced UK businesses to offer record starting salaries in order to attract talent... read more ›
Miliband to reveal plan to end low pay
Ed Miliband is to reveal a statutory minimum wage target, linked to average earnings, will be set in a bid to tackle low pay should Labour come to power... read more ›
Skills shortage sees salaries rise
Advertised salaries for permanent positions are accelerating at the highest rate in seven years due to a shortage in skills... read more ›
Tech industry is top hirer
The technology industry is hiring at levels which outstrip the remainder of the UK private sector average, according to the latest industry report from KPMG and Markit... read more ›
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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 ›
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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 ›
Resourcing
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 ›
Diversity
'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 ›
Diversity
Working Mums Top Employer shortlist announced
Twenty seven firms have been shortlisted for this year’s Workingmums... read more ›
Resourcing
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 ›