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Job growth at 27- month low
Although permanent placings have risen through August, growth has eased to a 27-month low... read more ›
Companies target female MBA students in diversity bid
Top consulting firms are lining up to promote diversity by targeting female business school students... read more ›
Employment market revival: a reality or a mirage?
With UK unemployment falling and recruitment firms incomes rising, are we seeing the revival of the employment market? Or is it a mirage? A recent report by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG has said that the reality is somewhere in the middle... read more ›
KPMG calculate actual cost of nationwide Living Wage
With speculation rife that Wednesday’s budget will see George Osbourne announce incentives for companies that pay the Living Wage, KPMG has calculated the actual impact of a national adoption of the Living Wage... read more ›
The percentage of women in senior IT roles less than 2013
The percentage of women in CIO, CTO or SVP roles is less than it was in 2013, according to a new study... read more ›
PA Consulting Group hire Global Head of Talent Acquisition
PA Consulting Group has chosen their new Global Head of Talent Acquisition... read more ›
Workers wake up to employment termination
  Most workers dread the maddening morning buzz of their alarm, but Tullis Russell workers recently woke up to something worse; a phone call terminating their employment... read more ›
KPMG announces first female CEO
  Global accounting and consulting firm KPMG has become the second ‘Big Four’ firm to hire a female CEO... read more ›
KPMG announce new apprenticeship plan
  Professional services firm, KPMG, announce plans for a new apprenticeship scheme, to be launched in September 2015... read more ›
Demand for candidates exceeds availability as pay increases
With job vacancies at a five-month high and available candidates continuing to decline, it is no wonder that the average starting salary is at its highest since last September... read more ›
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Male workers scared to help female colleagues for fear of harassment lawsuits
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With the number of new recruits at an all-time low, the British Army are set to launch a huge recruitment drive...
Company boss jailed for lying on his CV
A company boss is facing jail time after lying on his CV to gain employment...
Five minutes with: Andrea Piacentini, Head of Reward UK & Europe, at Standard Life
Andrea Piacentini, Head of Reward UK & Europe, at Standard Life sees HR as ‘the business...
Eurostar hire Director of People
Eurostar has appointed a Director of People...
GKN Aerospace hire Head of HR
GKN Aerospace’s new Head of HR & Export Control joined the company in July 2011 as a HR Manager...