The proportion of employers reporting an increase in competition for well-qualified talent has risen threefold from 20 per cent in 2009 to 62 per cent in 2013. That’s according to the CIPD/Hays Resourcing and Talent Planning Survey 2013, launched today at the CIPD’s annual Recruitment conference in London.
Two companies which appear in BBC Three series The Call Centre have been issued with fines related to nuisance calls.
Prime minister claims EU-US deal could create 2m jobs but anti-poverty activists warn that it could sow seeds of next crisis
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced plans for what could be “the biggest bilateral trade deal in history” between the EU and the US.
Credit union rules are ‘burdensome’ and government plans to relax them do not go far enough, a think tank says.
Business and energy minister plans to announce initiative for raising further funds for sector at Paris air show on Monday
A further pick-up in the economy is in prospect with business confidence rising, consumer spending growing and pressure on household finances easing, according to survey data published on Monday.
Entrepreneur Hilary Devey heads up this years list of those business people being honoured by the Queen for services to business and entrepreneurship, being appointed a CBE for services to the transport industry and to charity.