As we approach the end of the year (how time flies!) and clients rush to use up their remaining recruitment budget for 2019, the pressure is on job seekers to make decisions quickly and resign to ensure headcount is not lost.
Which area of expertise allows for the most flexibility? Which professionals tend to work the longest hours? In our recent Working Hours and Flexibility survey, we asked 1,500 UK based professionals to outline their daily working patterns...
Whether you’re looking for your first job or wanting to make a career change, the challenge of how to get experience without having experience is a question I am sure most of us have asked ourselves in the early stages of our careers.
The cost of living in London is on the rise, in particular housing prices are now astronomical. To help with attracting and retaining talented employees, some companies are offering housing support as a benefit.
A few years ago, before became a headhunter, I sat on the other side of the fence working in asset management.At a particularly miserable time when the markets were against us I decided to dip my toe in the water of new job opportunities for the first time in many years. If you yourself are encountering this phenomenon for the first time in a
Under the proposed changes to IR35 due in April 2020, the responsibility of determination will move to the end hirer or client and the liability for deducting and paying the tax will rest with the fee payer.