While employers’ confidence in the UK economy remains at a joint record low, employers are starting to feel a little more confident about their ability to hire new staff and invest in their own businesses, according to the latest survey from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).
As coronavirus uncertainty impacts the jobs market, now is not the time for the government to pursue sweeping reforms to the immigration system planned to come into effect in January, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has warned.
As people continue to adapt to working from home or see their employment circumstances change, many are dedicating more time to learning new skills, according to LinkedIn - the world’s largest professional network
New research reveals that three in five (58%) HR managers fear that the mental health impact of working from home due to Coronavirus is so great that they will lose staff, who could be forced to take time out of work due to burnout.
The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has called for the government to ensure that temporary and locum staff working in the NHS and the care sector are provided with equal access to PPE and COVID-19 testing kits
According to the latest data from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job board, the most popular jobs that people have been searching for since lockdown was enforced on March 23rd include, caring, driving and electrician roles.
New data from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) collected between 1 April and 9 April shows that business confidence in the economy has plummeted to record lows since the coronavirus crisis hit the UK.
The UK is a hotspot for “green jobs” with London ranking 6th globally for its concentration of sustainability professionals, according to new data from LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network.