Posts Tagged ‘job market’
Are you a newbie in the job market? If you are new to the workplace, here are a few hidden rules that you need to pay some attention to.
1. You don’t need to be really smart, but you could not afford to be careless.
2. Remember that every word you say, the boss will know it.
The components of the monthly jobs report by the Department of Labour were universally dispiriting in this month. It dashed hopes that the recent soft patch in economic recovery would be reversed quickly. Surprised economists reacted with dismay at the overwhelmingly poor figures on the health of the US labour market.
Employers in the US added [...]
US companies announce that they now are planning to hire. Never before have so many chief executives announced that they planned to hire. If they acutally do as they say, the unemployment picture will brighten considerably in the future.
According to the result from the quarterly survey of chief executives, which has been taken every three [...]
Unison and the GMB are sending HR1 forms to 8500 workers at Sheffield City Council, warning that it could lead to possible redundancies and changes in terms and condition. The GMB has warned that council plans of saving almost GBP 220 million within four years will lead to cut of more than 1000 jobs.
Though the [...]
Traditionally, UK’s job market remains quiet during August, however, there is a quietly encouraging news for the economy as a whole.
According to reed.co.uk, it is revealed that demand for workers in certain economic sectors surged in last month. Though the demand in the public sector remains down, there was strong demand in leisure and tourism [...]
The number of employees grew dates in June, according to a survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC). It reported another strong increase in permanent staff placements, with planning and construction of the most sought after. However, the pace of growth was the slowest for five months.
Rec said more people were available for permanent [...]
ONS announced the number of unemployed people in the UK fell by 33000 between November and January to 2.45 million, which was far better than the forecasted rise of 6000 by the economists. With the unexpectedly positive jobs data easing the investor’s concerns, the Chancellor has been given a boost a week before the Budget.