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Political Party Manifestos – Highlights for Recruiters
The three main political parties have published their manifestos and have stated key proposals which could impact the recruitment sector.
Published: 30 April 2010      Ref: REC
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Sharp Increase in the Growth of Permanent Placements for Over 12 Years
According to reports published by the REC and KPMG, growth of staff placements has accelerated in 2010, reaching its strongest since July 2007.
Published: 23 April 2010      Ref: www.rec.uk.com
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Immigration: New Guidance on checking for illegal workers
From 29 February new rules come into force on the checking workers for their right to work in the UK.
Published: 7 February 2008      Ref: REC online
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REC Crowned Trade Association of the Year
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has been awarded the title of the UK’s Trade Association of the Year by the Trade Association Forum. Since its formation in 1997, the Trade Association Forum has been encouraging the development and s
Published: 11 July 2007      Ref: Trade Association Forum - REC
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Employers face tough recruitment climate
Employers are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit the right people, in a tough recruitment climate impacted by low unemployment, a buoyant labour market and a highly mobile workforce...
Published: 9 July 2007      Ref: Hydrogen Group press release
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Update on Increased Holiday Entitlement
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has launched a further consultation on the increasing of holiday entitlement.
Published: 23 January 2007      Ref: REC News
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One in five employees 'quit within two years'
Employees who have worked at a company for less than two years are more likely to voluntarily leave than those with more than two years of tenure, according to a study by the research firm Sirota Survey Intelligence.
Published: 8 November 2006      Ref: Consult Gee
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