Nine out of ten businesses (93 per cent) feel that the Emergency Budget was tough but fair, with two thirds (62 per cent) believing that the measures outlined by George Osbourne last week will have a positive effect on their business
With a record number of university students in the Yorkshire and Humber region preparing to receive their exam results and graduate in the coming weeks, Graduates Yorkshire is urging students to consider their career options as soon as possible to beat the current challenging conditions
Even as data from The Conference Board suggest that hiring is increasing modestly at best, findings from ExecuNet indicate that executive recruitersí three-month confidence levels regarding the executive job market is at a two-year high ó a phenomenon perhaps reflecting recent high turnover in the C-suite across several industries.
The increase in job seekers seen since the economic downturn has led to extra expense for businesses as they struggle to manage an unprecedented rise in applications, according to research by SHL, the leader in talent assessment solutions
Ministers and senior civil servants need to find the courage to make greater use of performance related pay and bonuses in the public sector, not less, if they want to maximise value for the taxpayer while also driving through substantial public service reform