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UK executives' confidence levels 'tempered by skills shortage concerns'

21 Jan 2015

UK executives' confidence levels 'tempered by skills shortage concerns'

UK chief executives are confident about their business prospects at the moment, but remain concerned about the ongoing skills shortage, according to a new PwC survey.

Unsatisfied workers 'considering changing jobs in 2015'

21 Jan 2015

Unsatisfied workers 'considering changing jobs in 2015'

60 per cent of people are not happy in their current jobs, meaning many British firms could be facing the prospect of losing their most talented staff in the coming months.

Business growth and better employment rates seen in Q4 2014

13 Jan 2015

Business growth and better employment rates seen in Q4 2014

Greater optimism and growth rates in the British business community in the final quarter of 2014 suggests that further improvements may be possible in 2015, according to a new report.

UK jobs market improved again in December 2014

09 Jan 2015

UK jobs market improved again in December 2014

The growth of the UK's jobs market continued into the final month of 2014, according to new industry data.

New report highlights impact of skills shortage in London

08 Jan 2015

New report highlights impact of skills shortage in London

A new report has demonstrated that ongoing concerns about skills shortages in London are holding back business growth.

Skills shortage 'could hold back UK business growth in 2015'

06 Jan 2015

Skills shortage 'could hold back UK business growth in 2015'

The ongoing UK skills shortage is likely to continue to hamper business growth in 2015, according to a new survey.

Businesses 'need to tackle workplace digital divide in 2015'

02 Jan 2015

Businesses 'need to tackle workplace digital divide in 2015'

UK businesses may need to invest in IT recruitment over the coming year in order to prevent a digital divide from emerging within their workforce.