Permanent vacancies increase 20% year-on-year as professional job market returns to pre-crisis growth IT joins Engineering, and Finance in spearheading growth with vacancies up 18%, 35% and 22% respectively Professional temporary and contract vacancies also grow strongly (up 8%) Demand continues to drive increases in professional salaries
The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has announced the launch of APSCo Compliance+, the only best practice quality standard for social work recruitment firms.
Last week APSCo was invited to join influential group of stakeholders tasked with looking at ways to support the growth of small businesses in the UK.
Roger has held a number of senior management positions including Head of Marketing and Communications at Blue Arrow and more recently at the REC where he directed the activities of the research unit developing strategic relationships with industry stakeholders and government.
At the APSCo Members’ meeting last week, Laurence Ridgway, Senior Policy Adviser at the Department of Business Innovation and Skills (BIS), outlined the background and Government response to the “Building a Responsible Payment Culture” consultation which will be part of the Small Business, Enterprise & Employment Bill.
Recruitment Challenge Cup, APSCo’s Intern Programme, HMRC drop box and more...
Permanent placements by recruitment firms up 33% year-on-year while vacancies increase by 18% Finance and engineering sectors lead the way, up 30% and 41% respectively Recruitment firms make 10% more temporary and contract placements year-on-year Salaries mirror sector growth with yearly increases for finance and engineering professionals up 7% and 2% respectively
PayStream, a leading provider of payroll and accountancy services to contractors and recruitment agencies, was originally recognised by Investors in People in 2011. However, in their recent audit they have managed to take this accreditation even further by being awarded the Investors in People Silver standard, demonstrating their commitment to realising the potential of their people.
In the current predominantly candidate driven environment, the Resourcer role has never been more critical in the recruitment cycle.
Contractors who fail to display niche and in-demand skills risk being overlooked by recruiters, a survey has found.
The British Assessment Bureau (BAB) is delighted to announce that it now holds a UKAS accreditation for ISO 27001: the Information Security Management standard.