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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 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 ›
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 ›
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Employment tribunal fees deter 7 in 10 cases
Employees with legitimate grievances against their employers are deterred from pursuing cases by the new fee system...read more ›
Resourcing
Employer branding attracting 'more, not better' candidates
Companies investing in employer branding aren’t attracting better candidates – just higher numbers of average ones, according to new research...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Financial downturn saw fitness boost for staff
Negative reports pertaining to the health of the nation’s workforce are misleading and only show a fraction of the bigger picture...read more ›
HR Management
25% pull sickie after holiday
  Up to one in four staff are skiving off work with a fake sick day on their first day back from holiday, a new survey has revealed...read more ›
Diversity
FA Council “overwhelmingly male and white”
  FA Chairman Greg Dyke has called the governing body’s organisation “overwhelmingly male and white” warning it could become irrelevant if the current trend continues...read more ›
HR Management
Half of working mothers face discrimination at work
  Half of working mothers and more than 25% of fathers have faced discrimination during pregnancy, parental leave or on their return to work...read more ›
People Moves
Five minutes with: TrustFord's HR Director
Sharon Ashcroft, HR Director of TrustFord explains the HR challenges and opportunities that come with a rebrand...read more ›
Resourcing
Bizarre job ad warns it's a 'grave mistake' to apply
“An existing employee has turned traitor and decided to leave us for pastures new, (or so he thinks - put it this way, we will have a nice new concrete patio behind the office in a few weeks and he may mysteriously never be seen again)...read more ›
HR News
Significantly increased risk of diabetes for shift workers
  Shift workers face an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes according to a study published in Occupational and Environmental Medicine...read more ›
Resourcing
All-women shortlists 'illegal'
All-women shortlists aimed at getting more women on the boards of large companies have been ruled illegal by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)...read more ›