With nearly 80 per cent of homeless people wanting to get a job and support themselves, tailoring company A Suit That Fits has teamed up with three homeless charities to help their members get back into work.
Britons with digital skills are in particularly high demand as a new survey reveals massive increase in UK small business use of freelancers.
A leading recruitment expert says that although the Agency Worker Regulations are causing huge administrative challenges for both agencies and employers, a few positive things could be emerging as a result of the legislation.
‘Thought Leadership’ is becoming a subject of increasing popularity in business-to-business sales and marketing campaigns, as tough economic conditions drive increased competition for every piece of business. Organisations are now under pressure to differentiate themselves as more than ‘just a supplier’ and contribute opinions and insight on the issues in their chosen market.
Senior management teams are failing to inspire confidence in their organisation’s managers, according to a new UK report.
A new report published today by the Government shows that around £4 million of regulatory burdens will be cut from British businesses between January and June 2012.
One way to raise the profile of your business, or of yourself within an organisation, is to seek opportunities to speak in public. But with so many speakers failing to hit the mark your presentation could end up putting your audience off. Not really the result you want!
Sir Stuart Rose – the former head of Marks & Spencer – defended the Government’s embattled ‘Get Britain Working’ work experience scheme this week saying that it was ‘baffling’ why anyone would complain about providing young workers with job experience in the current financial climate.
Skills Minister John Hayes today outlined plans to scale up the Government’s efforts to safeguard and improve the quality and standards of apprenticeships.