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Agents react to their ban on FTVs
The Editor [News on Agents] 12:56 04/11/02 | Comments: 6
Agency bodies have reacted to Work Permit UK's decision to continue to prevent agents from applying directly for foreign workers.
Agents denied direct access to FTV workers
Richard Powell [News on Agents] 12:21 31/10/02
A review of the fast track visa system has concluded agents will not be able to directly apply for foreign workers.
New REC Chief Exec has no agency background
Richard Powell [News on Agents] 10:41 29/10/02
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation's new Chief Executive, Gareth Osborne, has no experience of the recruitment industry.
Contractors cleared from Agency Directive, says REC
Richard Powell [News on Agents] 19:27 22/10/02 | Comments: 1
A European Parliament Committee has voted to remove freelancers who operate through Limited companies from the Agency Workers Directive and scrapped the proposed ban on agencies' temp-to-perm fees, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).
Matchmaker Personnel and Matchtech Engineering merge
The Editor [News on Agents] 10:49 15/10/02
The friendly merger of two recruitment agencies has led to the creation of the Matchtech Group Plc, one of the UK's largest recruitment consultancies in the engineering, manufacturing, construction, scientific and IT sectors.
Court orders 'dead' IT freelancer to pay up
Richard Powell [News on Agents] 16:53 11/10/02
A freelance IT worker who filed incorrect time sheets then claimed he was deceased after it emerged the client signatures on the papers were copies was recently ordered to pay over 8,000 to his former agency, Triangle Partners, by a London court.
Freelancers regard Agency Act as threat to business
Richard Powell [News on Agents] 17:57 09/10/02 | Comments: 4
A survey conducted by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's IT division has shown widespread concern by limited company contractors regarding the Employment Agencies Act.
DTI told to drop PSCs from Agency Regs
Richard Powell [News on Agents] 15:03 02/10/02
Recruitment agencies who recently met with the DTI unanimously voted to have personal service companies (PSCs) excluded from the forthcoming Employment Agency Act and announced they are joining forces with the Professional Contractors Group to survey contractors.
MEP is ignoring UK's Agency Directive warnings
Richard Powell [News on Agents] 13:33 17/09/02
Ieke Van Den Burg, the Dutch MEP and Rapporteur of the Agency Workers' Directive, has come under fire from representatives of the UK recruitment industry for failing to address the potential damage she could do by leaving the Directive unchanged.
Agents help clients shortlist IT contractors
Richard Powell [News on Agents] 09:52 06/08/02
The Association of Technology Staffing Companies (ATSCo) is assisting large users of IT contractors to prepare shortlists for sending out of Invitations to Tender.
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