In what is normally a slow time of the year, compliance recruitment over the summer of 2018 was buoyant, both for contract and permanent professionals.
Trainees started at firms in Q3 and training contracts were completed making it a busy time for attracting professionals, as well as trying to ensure existing employees stay.
In September, jobs available decreased by 2% compared to the previous month and were down 38% compared to the same time last year. Professionals seeking jobs were also down, both month-on-month and year-on-year.
For non-UK passport holders, there may be rules and regulations that must be followed if you wish to work legitimately and in compliance with Home Office UK Border Agency.
In what is an incredibly competitive market, the SQE is being introduced in an attempt to standardise the way that professionals are entering the industry.
A high density of ‘New Media’ businesses paired with centuries-old culture makes Sussex distinguishable from much of the country.
HR teams are integral to ensuring their companies don’t suffer at the hands of a widening skills gap. What can be done to make sure a workforce is prepared and protected against this?
Considered England’s ‘Silicon Valley’, the area is a technology hub but also a county of great beauty, attracting vast amounts of tourists.
Reported as the county with the highest proportion of millionaires in the UK, Surrey also has a high number of professionals who work in financial services.