Those working in the industry will know that a common problem among hauliers right now is a shortage of drivers. In an already fast-paced and challenging industry, the UK’s transition out of the European Union plus the global pandemic experienced over the last 12 months have amped up the pressures placed upon haulage firms. The […]
Supply chain issues plaguing the UK’s manufacturing sector through 2021 are beginning to ease, according to new figures, as growth continued to increase for the industry through December. The latest figures, published as part of the IHS Markit/CIPS manufacturing purchasing managers’ index (PMI), show growth for manufacturing continued to climb at the end of last […]
Today is 2021 A-Level student’s results day, and Thursday marks the GCSE results day. Are you not planning on going to university? Would you rather find an apprenticeship, or full time job? Write a perfect CV even if you haven’t got tonnes of experience.
Are you feeling a little lost looking for a graduate job? The scary world of work is rapidly approaching for newly graduated university students, but where do you start? Choosing a career path becomes particularly difficult when your degree isn’t as specific as Medicine or Law, for example, when it is expected you will follow these studies within their respective industries.
“Gen-Z”, or Generation Z, makes up the population born between approximately 1996 and 2012. Whilst the oldest of this generation are now venturing into their twenties, the youngest are still traipsing through school. COVID-19 has particularly impacted the career prospects of Gen-Z, to such a monumental scale it is actually incomparable to other generations. Whilst […]
Hiring and onboarding can be tiresome and often stressful tasks. Just these two reasons alone are enough for companies to consider using a recruitment agency instead of proceeding internally. Recruiters are experts at finding and hiring new talents for businesses – we have already done the research, we have databases full of eligible candidates, and […]
During this unpredictable time, the jobs market is improving at the quickest pace numbers have recorded. Though while the economy appears to be improving, there is a rising demand for staff and a worrying shortage of workers available. It’s unknown yet as to whether the end of the furlough scheme will meet this demand, but […]
Since the beginning of the pandemic, the government has been subsidising wages for workers. It has been extended four times throughout the course of the pandemic and is set to end on the 30th September. From July, employers will have to contribute to furlough pay for hours not worked. The contribution will start at 10% […]