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Talent shortage sees record starting salaries
Falling staff availablity has forced UK businesses to offer record starting salaries in order to attract 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 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 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 more ›
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 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 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 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 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% 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 more ›
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1 in 8 young people not in education, employment or training
More than one in eight of all young people in the UK find themselves out of education, employment or more ›
HR Management
VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: BP's Global VP of HR, Kerry Dryburgh, talks to HR Grapevine
HR Grapevine's Editor, Calum Di Lieto, interviews Kerry Dryburgh, BP's Global VP of HR for Corporate Business Activities & Functions about building more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
'Get In, Go Far' gives apprentices the respect they deserve
A new Government campaign aims to give apprenticeships the credit they deserve – by placing them on equal footing with university more ›
Employee Relations
Stand at your desk to reduce risk of heart attacks, says health expert
Standing at work could help lower obesity levels and improve employees general health, according to a public health more ›
HR Management
London tube staff strike due to lack of 'respect and dignity'
Tube drivers in London have begun a 24-hour strike because of the lack of “respect and dignity” they feel, according to the train driver union, more ›
People Moves
Direct Line appoints former ITV Group HR Director
The insurance company has appointed a new HR Director to start in September more ›
HR Management
Marco Pierre White gastro-pub sold after 'mass walk-out' of staff
Celebrity chef, Marco Pierre White has sold his ‘country inn’ restaurant, the Pear Tree in Whitley, amid claims that staff walked out en masse due to his ‘bossy’ management more ›
HR Management
Gender gap figures 'paint a false picture of discrimination'
In response to yesterday's figures from the Chartered Management Institute – which revealed that female managers would have to work 14 years longer than their male counterparts to achieve the same career earnings – the CEO of De Poel, who place 40,000 workers a week at blue-chip companies, has claimed the figures paint a false picture of discrimination, not backed by more ›
People Moves
Capgemini appoints Global Head of Executive Recruitment
The consulting, technology and outsourcing services provider has appointed a new Global Head of Executive Recruitment – Global more ›
Learning & Development
One day in the not too distant future, Generation Y – the millennials – will lead the more ›