APSCo News

22
Jul

APSCo joins important forum for House of Commons debate on how to help SMEs meet their potential

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.

15
Jul

APSCo appoints Tweedy as Head of Communications

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.

15
Jul

BIS uses APSCo Members’ meeting as way of direct consultation on late payment

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.

07
Jul

APSCo video news July 2014

Recruitment Challenge Cup, APSCo’s Intern Programme, HMRC drop box and more...

07
Jul

Permanent placements for professional roles reach two year high marking an important ‘triple peak’ for the UK’s economy

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

01
Jul

APSCo Deloitte Recruitment Benchmarking Survey 2014

Following the hugely successful 2013 APSCo Deloitte Recruitment Benchmarking Survey, the trade association is calling on recruitment firms who operate in the UK and overseas to complete this year’s research to help shape analysis into the global staffing market.

01
Jul

Building a responsible payment culture: BIS continues dialogue with APSCo

As part of its ongoing commitment to members, and to help promote a responsible payment culture within the recruitment supply chain, APSCo has arranged for the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) to attend its next members’ meeting.

Recruitment News

22
Jul

Video Power Presentations - Learn to captivate and compel your audience

APSCo Summer School, The Winning Business Journey has gone amazing well so far with the first two courses in the programme being oversubscribed!

23
Jul

Manchester Professionals Cricket League closes at Timperley

Last Friday saw professionals from businesses across Manchester take an afternoon off to compete in Sellick Partnership’s Manchester Professionals Cricket League (MPCL) at Timperley Cricket and Lacrosse Club, all in the name of charity.

22
Jul

North East job seekers pay price of Osborne’s ‘slash and burn’ approach to public sector

Vacancy levels fell by 16% between quarter one and quarter two this year, largely as a result of NHS budget restrictions.

22
Jul

Quanta identified as one of Britain’s top 200 companies with the fastest growing international sales

Another great result – and independent recognition – for recruitment firm Quanta, as it achieves UK-leading international sales performance.

22
Jul

Pharmaceutical M&A activity creates greater demand for healthcare contractors

Increased levels of M&A activity in the pharmaceutical sector has led to greater demand for healthcare contractors, according to the latest research from giant group.

22
Jul

The Curve Group bolsters team with new senior hires and graduates

This recent boost in hires solidifies The Curve Group as an ever expanding presence in the HR services sector, with a 93% staff increase in the last year alone taking the numbers up from 29 people to 56.

22
Jul

Big data market trends

Big data is one of the hot topics in IT, with significant implications for both architecture and strategy and IT recruiters.

22
Jul

Government departments taking up to four months to fill vacancies

Ministerial departments in the UK take up to four months to fill vacancies, according to Freedom of Information requests submitted by recruitment software leader Bullhorn.

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