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  • Finance professionals in take part in Pure’s FD Breakfast Clubs

    Senior finance professionals from across the East of England have come together to discuss corporate governance and changes to annual reports at a series of Finance Director (FD) Breakfast Clubs organised by recruitment company Pure and accountancy firm Grant Thornton.   Six breakfast sessions were held in Chelmsford, Cambridge, Norwich, Peterborough, Ipswich and Hertfordshire during the first t...

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  • Over half of Brits rely on their mum for working life preparation, CV-Library reveals

    Despite fleeing the nest, the majority of UK workers are still reliant on their mums' wisdom throughout their careers, with over half (54.6%) admitting that their mum has helped them to decide whether to accept a job offer or not. This is according to the latest research from the UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library, which comes just in time for Mother’s Day.The study, which asked 1,000 ...

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  • Rullion sponsors STEM initiative at Manchester High School for Girls

    Rullion proudly sponsored Manchester High School for Girls on Monday, in an initiative to encourage girls into STEM subjects.   Thirty nine (very enthusiastic!) Year 6 students were joined at their classroom in Manchester by two members of the STEMettes. Founded in 2013 by Anne-Marie Imafidon MBE, the STEMettes are an award-winning social enterprise which works to inspire and support young women...

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  • UK to embrace AI in the workplace

    The UK is optimistic about the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in the workplace, despite, media reports of AI impacting jobs, new research by job board Jobsite has shown.   A recent survey of over 4000 Jobsite users showed overwhelmingly positive attitudes to automation with 54% believing advances will actually enhance their existing jobs, compared with only 33% who fear jobs to be at r...

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  • NonStop Education urges consideration of supply teachers for permanent positions

    With schools already starting to plan for the new year, NonStop Education is urging consideration of supply teachers for permanent positions amid a shrinking talent pool of perm candidates. NonStop Education team leader, Oliver Jones, says there is currently a much stronger demand for permanent teaching and school support staff to take up positions from September, the start of the school year.Many...

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  • 57% measuring gender pay differences, survey reveals

    57% of organisations are measuring the differences in gender pay, an increase of 44% from the previous year, according to Paydata’s latest Reward Management Survey. Yet, of those that do measure the gap, just 3% publish the data externally. Something which businesses will need to improve upon now that mandatory gender pay reporting is due to begin next month; with the first figures to be published...

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  • Berry Recruitment Group celebrates 2017 success at its annual awards

    Berry Recruitment Group held its annual awards ceremony on the 24th February in London, where guests heard how 2017 had got off to a flying start.   Chairman, Tony Berry, and managing director, Chris Chown, both made speeches at the event held at the Bond in Motion exhibition at the London Film Museum in Covent Garden.   BRG now has 34 branches, recently opened an office in Darlington and laun...

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  • Three quarters of hiring managers believe oil and gas sector faces talent shortage, Index reveals

    The first Global Energy Talent Index (GETI), an energy recruitment and employment trends report, has been released today, revealing a significant difference in expectations between hiring managers and candidates.The report by Airswift and Energy Jobline indicates that energy candidates are more optimistic than hiring managers, with more than half of the workforce predicting an increase in salaries...

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  • Profitable recruitment agency for sale

    A Dubai-based recruitment agency, not reliant on oil & gas, has been put up for sale. This specialist executive level company covers the Gulf region and offers significant growth potential.  The business is established, has exclusive contracts, a stable, experienced team and already delivers US $1m in profit annually. It has guaranteed revenues and offers the opportunity to have a UAE & Saudi oper...

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  • Legalpeople acquires ProjecTemps in US

    Legalpeople, which furnishes contract attorneys to law firms and corporate legal departments, is acquiring ProjecTemps, a business-within-a-business located in Plante Moran's Chicago office. Together the two companies will bring in an estimated $40 million to $50 million in revenue this year, said Legalpeople founder and president Jim Kosciolek.   The deal will give Legalpeople the heft to compe...

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  • Revenues up 11% at year-end for Parity Group

    Parity Group plc has announced its full year results for the year ended 31st December 2016.Continuing Group revenues increased by 11% to £91.8m from £82.6m. Continuing Group adjusted EBITDA increased by 47% to £2.2m from £1.5m (£2.5m including discontinued operations {2015: £1.6m}).Operating profit before non-recurring items increased by 72% to £1.77m from £1.03m and replaces adjusted EBITDA as a ...

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  • FCSA reacts to IR35 draft legislation

    The Freelancer & Contractor Services Association (FCSA) has welcomed the amendments made to the reform of IR35 in the public sector published in the Finance Bill yesterday and is pleased that HMRC has listened to the trade association’s requests during the consultation period.FCSA is pleased that the MSC legislation carve out means that intermediaries can process contractor’s payments operating PA...

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  • Guidant provides bags for children in care to support World Social Work Day

    To mark this year’s World Social Work Day, Guidant Group will be delivering brand new bags to children relocating within the care system.The aim of the project, entitled Little Differences, was to provide a minimum of 30 bags for each of the local authorities Guidant provide locum social workers to by raising funds and collecting brand new donated bags. Leveraging their network, the Guidant Group ...

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  • Only a week to go until RI’s Workforce Conference!

    There’s only one week to go until RI’s first Workforce Conference, which is taking place in London on Tuesday 28th March. The event is FREE for recruitment agency directors, owners, FDs and compliance managers, so make sure you book your place here!The all-day event is entirely focussed around helping you to manage your non-PAYE workforce. Topics being covered include:The Future of TalentThe New W...

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  • Over a quarter of business leaders ignoring gender pay gap, research finds

    Over a quarter (29%) of senior personnel within UK enterprises do not see the gender pay gap as an issue for businesses, despite the UK gender pay gap sitting at 13.9% according to the Fawcett Society for full time employees. This is according to research by HR and payroll provider NGA Human Resources (NGA HR).Those that do recognise the gender pay gap as an issue believe the external effects on a...

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  • APSCo welcomes final legislation on IR35 and off payroll in the public sector

    The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has responded to the publication of long-awaited final legislation on off-payroll working in the public sector.From next month, public sector end clients will be responsible for determining the status of a contractor’s assignment to supply services through a Personal Services Company (PSC) or LLP, as outlined in the Finance Bill 2017.The f...

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  • Candidate shortage threatens the job market ‘feel-good factor’ says REC

    Half (51%) of employers anticipate a shortage of candidates to fill permanent jobs, according to a report by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).Employers with more than 250 staff are particularly concerned about the lack of talent available, with 63% expecting a shortage.One in five hirers (22%) plan to take on more permanent staff in the medium term (four to twelve months), with onl...

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  • Ryecroft Glenton launches on-demand accounting and advisory service

    Ryecroft Glenton, one of the North East’s largest independent accountancy firms, has launched a new accounting and advisory service to support growing businesses operating in the recruitment sector.   OutsourcedFD provides a suite of accounting and advisory services to recruiters enabling businesses to focus on their core client functions and will allow clients access 24 hours a day, providing t...

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  • The Curve Group completes launches three new service lines in business reorganisation

    The Curve Group has completed a business reorganisation, a brand re-fresh and has launched three new service lines.   The company has restructured its business into four divisions: recruitment process outsourcing, HR Outsourcing, recruitment on demand and HR on demand. In addition, the company has launched a new website, redesigned its social media profiles and shared its quest: ‘To Create Extra...

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  • Red Eagle MD reaches final of Institute of Directors Awards

    Wayne Hodgson, managing director of Folkestone-based Red Eagle, has been named as a finalist in this year’s Institute of Directors (London and the South East) ‘Director of the Year’ Awards.Hodgson’s  story began 13 years ago when he started the Red Eagle with his wife Jo. The business has grown year on year and now has four branches with a turnover of £16M in 2016. He is also managing director for...

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  • Korn Ferry makes leadership changes and appointments

    Korn Ferry has announced leadership changes in key areas of the business.Gary D. Burnison, CEO of Korn Ferry, said, “Our firm is growing in both size and complexity, and we are continually evolving to increase our relevance and impact with clients.“Our leadership changes reflect our firm’s transformation and the commitment we have to aligning our business with opportunity and areas of growth.”As t...

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  • The Recruitment International Fantasy League Gameweek 29 review

    Sponsored By Futura Rec2RecWeek 34 could be keySome of the rearranged games look to have been rescheduled for Week 34 with half of the Premiership teams having double game weeks. Chelsea Southampton, Arsenal Leicester, Boro Sunderland, Palace Spurs and the Manchester Derby will all be played in that week leaving lots of triple captain opportunities for our managers. The Manchester Derby is on what...

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  • Russell Taylor Group sees potential in Merseyside waterfront regeneration plans

    Huge regeneration projects which could change the face of the Merseyside landscape have put a new focus on ambitious growth plans for Russell Taylor Group.   Thousands of new jobs are predicted to be created with the setting up of the Wirral Growth Company and its potential £1bn development programme for waterfront heritage sites in Birkenhead.   The Wirral Council vision for the initiative – ...

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  • ARC welcomes IR35 changes, but says plan still flawed

    ARC has welcomed the Government's changes to IR35 in the public sector, but believes the plan is still flawed. Today, 20th March, the government published the Finance Bill as being laid before Parliament. The bill contains a number of amendments and, crucially for the agency sector, for the first time makes the public sector hirer liable if it fails to take reasonable care when making a decision...

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  • Gender discrimination hindering tech industry growth

    Sopra Banking SoftwareThe UK gender pay gap won’t close until 2069 unless measures are taken to combat it now. That’s another 53 years that women will continue to pay a higher price for being female.A study by McKinsey Global Institute found that in an ideal scenario, where female roles are identical to those of men, “as much as $28 trillion, or 26%, could be added to the global annual GDP by 2025...

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  • Amoria Bond grows business with Access

    Amoria Bond has spoken to Access about the success it has had with Access software across its entire business.Talking about the results the organisation has seen, operations director, Tracy Jeffery, highlighted the benefits of linking their front and back office operations in order to create a space that fosters collaboration between every team. For example, sales, finance and legal teams are able...

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  • Adecco joins The International Organisation of Employers

    The Adecco Group has today announced that it has joined the International Organisation of Employers (IOE). The goal of the partnership is to combine The Adecco Group’s expertise on the world of work with the IOE’s strong position as the representative of employers, and collaborate to develop professional management practices and policy frameworks able to support workers’ employability and employer...

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  • Over a third of employees unhappy at work

    While today may be ‘International Day of Happiness’, new research from Lee Hecht Harrison | Penna shows that many employees within the UK are struggling to look on the bright side. The survey by the global people management business shows that over a third (36%) of employees view work in negative terms.   The research found that 14% associate work with being unhappy, while nearly one in 10 (9%) ...

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