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If you happen to work in labour jobs or even in labour recruitment then you will understand how important it is to have flexible working. Tons of new case studies have been launched to try and show employers how to manage their atypical workers properly and even how to create…
New research has come from the CIPD and it is shining a light on a new executive pay package. Reforms are needed to sustain the link and to also play a part in sustainable performance too. Of course, it should be noted that the UK is going to be a…
The CIPD has gone ahead and joined a coalition that represents business owners, employers and professionals. They are all trying to urge Chancellor Javid to introduce apprenticeship levy spending and flexibility. The CIPD along with other leading bodies in business are now representing thousands of employers. Millions of workers have…
labour recruitment When you look at the last few years, you will soon see that there has been a huge focus on diversity and even inclusion in various professions. The gender pay gap has been heavily reported on and this seems to be the first step in creating a much…
Construction knows it has a problem. Working on a building site has become the deadliest profession in the UK, but the dangers have nothing to do with cranes or ladders. More than 1,400 construction workers took their own lives between 2011 and 2015, according to national statistics. In 2016, the…
Trade businesses have boomed in the East of England. Scotland would appear to have the lowest volume of all trade businesses. A new analysis has been done and it shows that the East of England is actually the trade capital of the UK. One out of every 11 businesses are…
Those who work in trade recruitment will know that more and more sick days are being had by people. Trade jobs are now suffering, and research has shown that people 4.3 million sick days have been had recently. 561,000 are the result of accidents in the workplace. The construction industry…
It's highly estimated that over the next 10 years, over 120,000 new people in New Brunswick are going to leave the workforce. Most of this is actually due to retirement. If you work in trade jobs or even trade recruitment, then you will know this more than anyone. The federal…
The Trudeau government are trying to make training a priority. This is especially the case when you look at the federal budget last month. The Business Council of Manitoba have stated that they have thousands of job vacancies available, but they don't have anyone who is qualified enough to try…
trade recruitment The Federal Government are providing money to try and help those in the London area to get the skills they require to succeed. They want to change the economy as much as possible and they also want to try and really make a difference. Patty Hajdu has announced…
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