Make Getting A Job Your New Year’s Resolution As Employment Figures Reach All-Time High

Make Getting A Job Your New Year’s Resolution As Employment Figures Reach All-Time High

There is just a couple of weeks until the start of 2019, so those who are currently unemployed or not in a career they enjoy could make getting a new job their ultimate New Year’s Resolution. While resolutions typically fail before January has even come to an end, this could be one you succeed in, as employment levels are now at an all-time joint high. […]

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Workers Reminded To Take Their Annual Leave

Workers Reminded To Take Their Annual Leave

At a time where staff members are trying to do everything they can to impress their bosses, it is not surprising to hear that many employees are not taking their full quota of annual leave. Indeed, the workplace has become so competitive that it is not unrealistic to expect to spend evenings working overtime without extra pay, embarking on additional business training courses, or finishing […]

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Govt Called On To Rethink Approach To SME Support

Govt Called On To Rethink Approach To SME Support

Off the back of a new survey revealing that the vast majority of entrepreneurs here in the UK don’t think that the government is doing all it can to back small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), the call has been made for Whitehall to rethink its approach with regards to the support provided. Carried out by specialist bank Aldermore, the study found that 71 per cent […]

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CFOs Planning To Hire For Digital Transformation

CFOs Planning To Hire For Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is a term that’s being thrown around in many businesses, big and small, these days. Making sure your firm is able to cope with the demands of our increasingly digital world is essential to success. With more companies planning digital transformation, a picture is emerging of a skills shortage in this area. New research conducted by Robert Half has revealed that eight out […]

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