Introduction of Jack’s Law will ensure workers are better supported after the loss of a child.See Article
Latest research gives a good indication about future trends and opportunitiesSee Article
Many job seekers assume that December is a bad time to look for a new job, yet December can be a great time to keep motivated and continue your job search.See Article
More people are rejecting the traditional 9-5 working pattern in favour of greater flexibility to get ahead in their careers and enjoy a better work-life balance.See Article
Research shows that office Christmas party traditions are disliked among large sections of the workforceSee Article
Employers’ confidence in the UK economy has dropped to the joint-lowest level since mid-2016See Article
Company bans on workers’ accessing emails after office hours could do more harm than good to employee wellbeing, a new study suggests.See Article
Get the attention of potential employers and increase your chances of being hiredSee Article
Fewer than half of employees read the small print before accepting a role – but it affects pensions, paid leave, sick pay and so much moreSee Article
If you’re entering the world of work or thinking about a career change, you might be wondering if experience is more important than a degree, or vice versa.See Article
Research highlights the importance of accurate, on-time paySee Article
How to put together a list of references to make your job search run smoother.See Article
It's always wise to maintain good relations with former employersSee Article
With temperatures soaring in the UK, what are your workplace rights when the mercury rises?See Article
Government changes could see two million low-income workers become eligible for statutory sick pay.See Article
Only 9 months to prepare following the publication of the draft Finance Bill.See Article
Costing companies thousands of pounds and creating long-lasting negative effects on businesses.See Article
The government has called on women of all ages to consider a career in engineering.See Article
The latest REC JobsOutlook shows that employers’ confidence in making hiring and investment decisions increased by 4 percentage points.See Article
Taking the time to perfect your job advert from the start can be hugely beneficial.See Article
Why you should ask questions, when is a good time and what questions you should ask.See Article
Workers and job seekers confidence in the UK labour market has dropped by 10 percentSee Article
Sales and academic research rule the roost in terms of work-life satisfactionSee Article
Experts warn stagnating wage growth and low levels of job switching is ‘not what the textbooks say should happen’See Article
Amid labour market boom, experts say older workers will be vital to addressing the looming workforce shortagesSee Article
Half (51 per cent) of employers anticipate a shortage of candidates to fill permanent jobs, according to a report by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).See Article
We are thrilled to announce that we have recently attained Audited status with the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).See Article
After over 30 years at RJA House in Immingham, List has relocated to the market town of Brigg, North Lincolnshire.See Article
Labour market statistics published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) this week shows that the UK unemployment rate is the lowest it's been for 43 years at 4.2%, down from 4.6% for a year earlier. This means we are seeing more people in work - 32.39 million which is 146,000 more than for November 2017 to January 2018 and 440,000 more than for a year earlier.See Article
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