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Businesses advised to improve awareness against cybercrime

Businesses advised to improve awareness against cybercrime

Companies must offer training and various development strategies to protect against cybercrime in the recruitment sector. A leading talent management consultancy has undertaken analysis, carried out by its Global Compliance Function. It found that cybercrime is one of the leading risks facing RPO firms and the wider sector over the …

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Flexible working has increased dramatically over past 20 years

Flexible working has increased dramatically over past 20 years

People working flexible hours has increased greatly over the last 20 years. Figures and analysis show that those working flexible hours has increased five-fold, illustrating the growing change in working patterns as CEOs take into account the needs of their staff more; the upshot should be improved productivity too. The …

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London job growth has increased despite Brexit uncertainty

London job growth has increased despite Brexit uncertainty

New research from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has revealed job growth in London is thriving, despite ongoing Brexit uncertainties. The data found that employment in London is, contrary to opinion, showing no signs of slowing up, despite the Brexit deadline of 31 October looming. Statistics from APSCo …

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CBI President leads call for business rates system overhaul

The President of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) believes changes in the business rates system are long overdue. In a speech addressing business leaders in central London, John Allen argued that the current system is exacerbating regional inequalities, saying the business rates system is “uneconomical, unsustainable, and frankly, unintelligible.” …

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Many businesses not GDPR-compliant one year on

Many businesses not GDPR-compliant one year on

More than two thirds of businesses are not considered GDPR-compliant one year on. This is according a poll from Europe’s number one information security event, Infosecurity Europe 2019, which revealed a lack of confidence in the application of GDPR. The poll reveals that 68% of respondents believe businesses have not …

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Mind launch mental health training toolkit for small businesses

The mental health charity, Mind, has launched a Mental Health for Small Workplaces toolkit. A new training toolkit, it will help organisations make a significant step change in its mental health training provision. Research shows that much more needs to be done, as many organisations do not have any mental health training …

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Talent pool in UK financial services is ‘narrowing’

Talent pool in UK financial services is 'narrowing'

The UK financial services talent pool is narrowing, according to KPMG UK. Reputation and lack of social mobility have been given as reasons for narrowing of talent in financial services, according to research from the auditor. KPMG say the sector has an image problem that needs to be addressed. Tim …

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Process Bliss research reveals need for greater HR and leadership

Process Bliss research reveals need for greater HR and leadership

New research from Process Bliss has underlined the need for good HR practices in SMEs. This is because the research from the process management firm revealed that almost half of SME employees have quit a job because they felt management professionals did not treat them properly. Approximately 40% have also …

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SME Action Plan unveiled to help smaller businesses

The government’s SME Action Plan has been unveiled, which will unlock greater opportunities for small businesses to win government contracts. By 2022, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) will spend £35 million more with SMEs as part of promises made in the SME Action Plan. Unveiled by …

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