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Demand for contractors spikes as skills disappear across the country
The Editor [News on Business] 10:23 15/08/22
As skills disappear across the UK, employers are relying heavily on contract professionals to keep businesses operating as threats of a recession increase, according to agency group, APSCo.
The Liz v Rishi contest - what it means for small business
The Editor [News on Business] 10:25 08/08/22
After the twists and turns of the Conservative Party Leadership contest, the next Prime Minister of this country has come down to a choice between two contrasting personalities and characters.
Employer confidence falls and labour shortage continues
The Editor [News on Business] 10:48 28/07/22
Employers’ confidence in both the UK economic outlook and their own ability to invest in their business dropped quickly in the second quarter of 2022, with inflation and labour shortages causing widespread concern, according to new data from agency group, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).
Late payments worsen despite recent Government reforms
The Editor [News on Business] 11:24 25/07/22
Freelancer group, IPSE, has unveiled the top ten worst offending businesses for late payments in the UK, following the launch of its new Payment Practices Index.
Agency trade body warns instability lies ahead
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 12:19 19/07/22
Trade body, APSCo, has warned that instability is on the cards following the latest labour market statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Agency workers can be used to replace strikers
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 17:53 12/07/22
Plans to allow agency workers to replace striking workers have been given the green light, despite concerns realised by agency trade groups.
Freelancers' confidence begins to increase
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 17:56 04/07/22
Despite record levels of inflation and rumours of a global economic recession, new research shows that freelancers’ confidence in their own businesses, in the next three months, has risen.
Call for consultation on plans to use agency workers to cover strikes
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 08:30 27/06/22
Agency representative group, APSCo has warned that the Government plans to repeal a legal ban on agency staff filling in for workers on strike would breach international labour standards.
New law makes it easier to use agency workers during strikes
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:37 24/06/22
The Government has acted to make it easier for businesses to use temporary staff to help ease disruptions caused by strike action by bringing in a new law to allow businesses to supply skilled agency workers to plug staffing gaps during industrial action.
Call for evidence on 'Loan Charge Scandal'
Susie Hughes [News on Business] 11:06 21/06/22
A Parliamentary group has called for evidence from advisers following 'harrowing evidence' supplied by individuals on the Loan Charge controversy.
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