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Becky Davage
30th April, 2015

What Are The Most Consistently In-Demand IT Skills?

With demand for IT contractors expected to rise again after the general election in May, a recent article on Contractor UK spoke to a technology recruitment specialist for his thoughts on which skills were going to be 'reliably hot,' and which would simply enjoy a fleeting boom....

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Alex Baines
30th April, 2015

We're Moving! - Online Portal Downtime

Over the Bank Holiday weekend we will be moving into our new, larger premises at Port Solent in Portsmouth....

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Tracey Sutton
28th April, 2015

Majority Of Clients Pay Contractors More Than Their Permanent Staff

A new study has revealed that the UK's biggest contracting clients are paying contract workers higher rates than their permanent members of staff, Contractor Calculator reports....

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Dan Blake
24th April, 2015

Zero Hour Contracts: What The Political Parties Think

With the election looming, and following Ed Miliband's recent announcement that a Labour government would see zero-hour contract workers offered a standard contract after 12 weeks, the subject of these controversial contracts has been fuel for the political fire. A recent article on Personnel Today looked in more detail at where the key parties stand on the issue....

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Paul Harrison
22nd April, 2015

Report: Hiring Remains Strong, Salaries Rising Rapidly

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) recently published on its website a summary of its Report on Jobs, in partnership with KPMFG. The report brings together survey data from leading UK recruitment firms to create the most detailed view of the nation's current jobs market....

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Sarah Fazal
17th April, 2015

Skills Shortage Could Be Resolved By Renewables Industry

A key industry expert recently stated that the renewable energy sector could provide a much-needed solution to the skills gap issue in some of the UK's technical industries, On Rec reports....

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Christian Brady
15th April, 2015

How Might The General Election Affect The Construction Industry?

With the UK general election taking place in less than a month, the major parties are battling it out to win votes. Construction and infrastructure development are likely to be key areas for debate, so a recent article on The Construction Index looked at how the events on the 7th May could impact the construction industry....

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Joe Taffurelli
10th April, 2015

Employers And Contractors Must Still Declare Trivial Benefits

Small employers and limited company contractors are being warned this week that the government has shelved its plans to exempt them from reporting benefits in kind (BIK), according to Contractor UK....

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Jonathan Gardner
7th April, 2015

Europe Expanding Fastest In Financial Tech Investment

Europe is the fastest growing region in the world in terms of spend on financial technology ventures....

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Andrew Taylor
4th April, 2015

Tech Contractors In Short Supply; Perfect Time For Contracting

For contractors with technical skills, now is the ideal time to take the leap into contracting, according to an article on the ContractorCalculator website....

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Becky Davage
1st April, 2015

Contract Workers Unaware Of Their Rights, Study Suggests

A recent study has highlighted the issue of agency workers' employment rights, finding that many are unaware of their entitlements and are afraid to discuss them with their employer, Personnel Today reports....

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Alex Baines
1st April, 2015

Death of Umbrella? I don't think so.

Last week’s budget announcement contained a very important message for Umbrella Companies and Directors of PSC's. In fact, anyone who responded to the recent discussion document on overarching contracts would have received an email spelling it out....

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