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26 Jun 2020
Furlough and redundacy may force some skilled migrant workers to return home. Jonathan Beech explains the impact of job losses...
18 Jun 2020
Demand at DIY stores and for online shopping drives surge in demand for staff but doubts persist over the sustainability of the trends.
11 Jun 2020
The Confederation of British Industry has urged Boris Johnson to make job creation, skills training and opportunities, especially for young...
3 Jun 2020
ON-DEMAND | This Personnel Today webinar in association with Degreed ...
26 May 2020
Conventional banks are looking to expand tech teams all over the UK - not only in London.
18 May 2020
Labour accuses government of undervaluing people in low paid jobs in the health and social care sector and says immigration bill will make them feel unwelcome in this country.
13 May 2020
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has launched a six-week call for evidence, asking business groups and employers to share their...
7 May 2020
Firms that drop diversity and inclusion initiatives could risk “re-marginalising” disadvantaged workers and talent shortages
27 Mar 2020
Demand for temporary and permanent staff holds up well despite lockdown measures amid sharp, but predictable, fall in employer confidence.
12 Mar 2020
Given the covid-19 coronavirus has now been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget announcement...
11 Mar 2020
Measures announced in the Budget today will make it easier for workers’ to self-isolate if they suspect they have the...
4 Mar 2020
Gaining a sponsor licence will be crucial for many organisations under the new immigration system; but it can be a complex procedure.
28 Feb 2020
Non-EU immigration has increased again but is driven by people - predominantly from Asia - coming to study.
25 Feb 2020
Six in 10 workers think their skills are underutilised at least half of the time.