This important survey tracks the financial and operational key performance indicators of recruitment firms and is open to all recruitment companies in the UK and abroad, not just APSCo members.
The Prime Minister’s office announced today that the Government intends to further amend the Conduct Regulations to include a prohibition on recruitment firms advertising UK-based jobs elsewhere in the EU without also doing so in the UK and in English.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement today that the Government intends to further amend the Conduct Regulations to include a prohibition on advertising UK based jobs across the EU without also doing so in Great Britain, Samantha Hurley, Head of External Relations at APSCo responds.
-Investment in infrastructure projects fuelling unprecedented demand for engineering professionals - ‘Brain drain’ could seriously scupper feasibility of HS2 and other major projects - Government initiatives to solve the issue ‘too little too late’
The House of Lords Select Committee, set up to review the use of Personal Services Companies (PSCs), at which Sam Hurley APSCo’s Head of External Relations and Compliance was invited to give evidence, has concluded that HMRC need to do more to justify the continuing existence of the IR35 legislation.
Newly elected APSCo representative committee, Spring Budet 2014, Humphrey Walters seminar and the Recruitment Challenge Cup.
Speaking to HMRC, APSCo has been informed that draft guidance, in the form of an updated Employment Status Manual (ESM) will be available next week.
More and more companies are moving away from the 360 degree recruitment role and developing teams of resourcers / researchers who work alongside business development to create a combined team offering a holistic recruitment service to their customers.
Travel incentive specialist The Black Tomato Agency joins recruitment trade association APSCo as an Affiliate member.
Two recruitment companies have earned places on the 15th annual Sunday Times Profit Track 100. The league table ranks Britain’s privately-owned companies with the fastest-growing profits over the last three years of available audited accounts and was published this Sunday gone.
The company is expanding in China and the new office will act as a regional hub for business activity across the South of the region, allowing NES Global Talent to grow not only in Shekou, but also in other key locations such as Zhuhai, Shenzhen and Guangzhou.
Premier Group Recruitment, a specialist IT, Media and Engineering recruitment firm based in Reading, London, Manchester and Dubai are delighted to announce that the business in now rewarding its senior management team with share options in the Group business.
30.39 million people aged 16 and over were in work, this is a rise of 239,000 on the quarter and a rise of 691,000 on the year. 72.6% of people aged 16 to 64 were employed.
Professional job opportunities across the United Arab Emirates increased by 8% between February 2014 and March 2014, according to a new survey by global recruitment specialist Morgan McKinley.
A survey of 1,000 working Londoners who spend the majority of their commute on the Tube found the average salary of someone commuting on the Piccadilly Line is £56,250. The Northern Line trails close behind at £47,250.