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The Latest Hiring News

The Latest Hiring News

By | COVID-19, Education, Energy, Engineering, Finance, Healthcare, IT, Management Consulting, News | No Comments

While the economic impact of coronavirus is forcing many companies to lay off staff, this week shows hiring demand rising in sectors such as construction and energy. With the Chancellor carrying forward his summer statement pledge to create green homes, £1.3bn of investment was confirmed on the 4th August by housing secretary Robert Jenrick.…

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IT Contractors in High Demand

IT Contractors in High Demand

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The accelerated digital transformation post-lockdown has put tech IT skills at the forefront of change. With hybrid working arrangements expected well into the future and the movement of businesses online, IT remains the dominant area of all agency hiring. Organisations across nearly all sectors are looking to technology to help them restructure, with TechUK’s deputy chief executive, Antony Walker, commenting: “We’ve seen two years of digital transformation happening in the space of two weeks.”…

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The Latest Hiring News for the UK

The Latest Hiring News for the UK

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The Chancellor’s Summer Economic statement delivered on the 8th July acknowledged tough times for businesses as 100,000 more firms reported decreasing turnover compared with the previous quarter. However, along with £30bn of initiatives to get people back to work and create new jobs, there’s some evidence that the hiring market is showing early signs of recovery.…

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Which Sectors Are Hot for Contractors

Which Sectors Are Hot for Contractors?

By | Already contracting, COVID-19, Engineering, Finance, IT, New to contracting | No Comments

As businesses feel their way foreword after the pandemic, many are turning to contingency staff to plug essential skills gaps while they restructure their operations. The uncertainty of the marketplace, particularly with the Brexit transition period ending by January, means that businesses will require access to temporary talent without committing to long term costs.

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