Despite an encouraging optimism in the UK tech industry, the impact of Brexit is causing the most concern for IT professionals, according to a new report
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Majority of employers feel confident about their hiring efforts, but over half of Brits won’t move jobs due to ‘low pay’
Confidence is certainly key in the current market and while latest job market data tells us that salaries have increased across Britain, professionals are still discontent with the level of pay on offer in the UK.
New report analyses UK workers’ confidence in their ability to find a suitable job in the short-term, realise their career potential and build a better future for themselves.
New research has revealed that more than one in eight of us would consider leaving our current job, even if we weren’t given the option to choose what we did instead! Would you gamble your job away?
With a buoyant job market, job-hopping has never been easier in some sectors. So what is job-hopping and is it something employers should be worried about? Alan Price investigates.
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Degree fraud is ever on the rise, causing a multitude of problems for employers. Steve Smith provides a comprehensive and compliant guide in spotting fake degrees. For those of you hiring, this is a must read.
What’s the latest news about employment in the UK? We bring you a scoop of the stories and comments arising from the publication of the latest ONS figures.
There’s plenty of ways to make a living but not all of them will make you popular. CV-Library reveals the ten least and most trusted professionals in the UK according to nation wide poll.
Fresh data from CV-Library shows that the UK’s professionals appear to be following in the footsteps of Theresa May and are considering making their next career move…
Recruitment fraud is costing UK organisations £23.9 billion a year according to new research report which reveals the extent to which fraudsters are infiltrating businesses and foiling traditional recruitment processes.
With only nine per cent of the current workforce being under 25 – and 45 per cent being over 45 – time is running out for the sector before it experiences a devastating skills deficit, warns new report.
New research from CV-Library, reveals the key skills that employers are favouring right now, including the ability to adapt, resilience, and being able to balance your work and personal life.
The NHS is set to embrace a new recruitment strategy for nurses in a bid to attract talent back into the profession. The move comes in the context of ever increasing concern about the number of vacancies in the health service.
Find out what when UK recruiters believe things will be good for business and why extending the Brexit deadline doesn’t really make a difference…