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Lara Biggs
26th March, 2015

Female Tech Professional Numbers On The Up

A new study has revealed that more than half (52%) of IT bosses in the UK have seen an increasing number of female tech professionals join their workforce, On Rec reports....

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Joe Taffurelli
24th March, 2015

How The Budget 2015 Will Affect Contractors

Chancellor George Osborne released his Budget 2015 last week, promising to continue building a national economy that's "growing, creating jobs and paying its way"; but what do the changes mean for contractors? A recent article on Contractor Calculator looked at this in more detail....

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Rebekah Riddell
20th March, 2015

IT Contractors: Look Outside The Capital

A new report shedding light on the availability of tech jobs across the country shows that IT contractors should look beyond London when looking for work, Contractor UK reports. ...

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Phillip Venn
19th March, 2015

Investigation Into Construction Cards After Fraud Incident

A survey has just been launched across the construction industry to look into the use of fraudulent skills cards, the Construction Enquirer reports....

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Dom Aighton
14th March, 2015

Increasing Numbers Of Contractors Earning More Than Permanent Staff

New figures show that the proportion of contractors earning more than permanent employees is on the rise, Contractor Calculator reports. ...

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Zoe Parker
11th March, 2015

Demand For IT Contractors Will Continue To Rise

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has stated that it expects IT contractor demand to continue growing this year, Contractor UK reports....

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Charly McCarroll
9th March, 2015

New Measures To Deal With Repeated Tax Avoiders

The HMRC has proposed new measures to help combat the problem of serial tax avoidance, Shout 99 reports....

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Dan Blake
3rd March, 2015

ONS: Nearly 2 Million Zero-Hours Contracts In The UK Last Year

It has been revealed that the number of zero-hours contracts being used by UK firms rose from 1.4 million in January last year to 1.8 million in the height of summer, BBC News reports....

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