Recruitment Watch

Recruitment Watch

Issue 10
Focus on Gender Pay Reporting A Guide for Employers

Focus on Gender Pay Reporting A Guide for Employers

Men are, on average, paid more than women - the overall gap currently stands at around 19%. This disparity is due to a number of factors, some of which are outside the control of individual employers.

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IR35 and Private Sector Assignments

IR35 and Private Sector Assignments

November's Autumn Budget announcement that the government will consult on "how to tackle non-compliance [with IR35] in the private sector" was welcomed guardedly by those involved in the recruitment sector.

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GDPR – five months to go

GDPR – five months to go

Christmas Day 2017 marks exactly five months before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is effective throughout the European Union.

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Key Take-Aways from our recent Panel Event: Growth, Profitability and Exit

Key Take-Aways from our recent Panel Event: Growth, Profitability and Exit

How do you make a success of growing and selling your recruitment business? Our recent panel event, "Growth, Profitability and Exit", held on Wednesday 8 November, helped staffing company owners identify the key steps towards achieving a successful sale.

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Where and how to take your company global

Where and how to take your company global

Remainers and Brexiteers – from Tony Blair to Nigel Farage –acknowledge that leaving the European Union means we’ll have to upgrade our relationships with other parts of the world.

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How to build your firm's cyber security strategy

How to build your firm's cyber security strategy

Cyber attacks are above the radar. They are making front page news, the government is taking them seriously, and almost every movie now features the use of hacking to steal data or funds.

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Self-management: Bliss or chaos?

Self-management: Bliss or chaos?

Not so long ago, Web 2.0 revolutionised the internet. For the first time, monolithic web pages created by corporate institutions met dynamic, user-generated content, and social media began to shape the way we interact.

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