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Hiring intentions among UK companies 'remain strong'

02 Mar 2015

Hiring intentions among UK companies 'remain strong'

A new REC report has revealed that hiring appetites among UK firms remain strong, with many companies proving increasingly willing to invest in temporary staff.

CIPD: More progress needed on workplace gender diversity

26 Feb 2015

CIPD: More progress needed on workplace gender diversity

The CIPD is calling on British businesses to accelerate their efforts to improve gender diversity within their workforce.

Companies 'must offer more work experience opportunities'

12 Feb 2015

Companies 'must offer more work experience opportunities'

A new report has highlighted the need for more UK companies to offer work experience opportunities to young people.

Companies 'must create more opportunities for jobless older workers'

10 Feb 2015

Companies 'must create more opportunities for jobless older workers'

UK companies need to do more to make better use of talented workers over the age of 50 who are currently struggling to find jobs, according to new research.

UK jobs market growth continues into January 2015

06 Feb 2015

UK jobs market growth continues into January 2015

Further jobs growth was seen in the UK during January 2015, albeit at a slower pace than has been seen in recent months.

New report highlights continued appetite for recruitment among UK firms

03 Feb 2015

New report highlights continued appetite for recruitment among UK firms

Eight in ten UK employers are planning to hire permanent staff in the next three months, according to a new report from the REC.

The survey suggests employers are struggling to find the right person to fill their graduate vacancies.

28 Jan 2015

Employers 'struggling to fill graduate vacancies'

Employers in the UK are finding it increasingly difficult to fill graduate vacancies, particularly those in the IT industry, according to a new study.