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Sean Mbaeri
27th February, 2015

Talks Begin on Contractor Group Collaboration

Two leading contractor groups are in discussion about the possibility of working together to form a united front when it comes to dealing with contracting issues, the Roof Cladding and Insulation website reports....

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Christian Brady
24th February, 2015

70% Of Contractors Find It Difficult To Hire Skilled Bricklayers

According to the most recent Construction Trade Survey, the construction industry has enjoyed its strongest performance in over six years, the Building Design & Construction website reports....

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Alex Baines
20th February, 2015

FCSA Chief Repeats Call For Umbrella Company Licence

The FCSA's chief executive has reiterated that the government should introduce an approved licence for umbrella companies, to help combat suspicious travel and subsistence claims that contractors make through them, Recruiter reports....

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Lara Biggs
16th February, 2015

Tech Industry Hiring On The Up, Skills Shortage Continues

New figures show that employment within the technology sector is growing nearly five times faster than the national average, On Rec reports....

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Tiffany Hollis
11th February, 2015

Over 50s Could Resolve IT And Engineering Skills Shortage

A new survey has highlighted a growing concern among clients about an impending skills shortage in the IT, engineering and technical sectors; but experts argue that bringing in workers over the age of 50 could be the answer to the problem, Contractor Calculator reports....

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Alex Baines
9th February, 2015

Employment Intermediaries Reporting Requirements - What you need to know

From the 6th of April, 2015 all UK Recruitment Agencies dealing with temporary labour will have to start submitting quarterly reports to HMRC containing company, personal and pay details relating to some workers....

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Jonathan Gardner
5th February, 2015

Construction Skills Shortage Worsening, Study Shows

A new survey has shown that concerns about the recruitment of skilled construction workers looks set to become even worse, The Construction Index reports....

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Cherish Musson
3rd February, 2015

Tech Contractors Could Fare Better Outside Of London

A new study has revealed that technical workers and contractors could be better off financially if they choose to work outside of London's 'Silicon Roundabout,' The Telegraph reports....

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