Daily Archives: June 14, 2011

UK labour market has structural defects, says CBI report

The CBI today unveiled detailed analysis of the UK labour market, which reveals ‘deep-seated structural problems’, which will not be solved by a return to economic growth alone. By mapping the state of the labour market region by region, the … Continue reading

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IT sector on the verge of a talent shortage

The IT sector could face a shortage of permanent staff in the year ahead, according to the latest IT and technology sector salary survey from Hays IT. The research finds employers are facing intense competition for professionals with many employees … Continue reading

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Government’s red tape review to focus on diversity and equality in June

Diversity and equality has become the latest branch of employment law to come under the spotlight of the Government’s bonfire of red tape and BT’s head of people and policy Caroline Waters (pictured), has been appointed to advise on the … Continue reading

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