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  1. Encouraging forecast for 2006

    ... and recruiters can expect another successful year. A Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) expert recently dismissed claims that the economy ... UK had enjoyed 53 consecutive quarters of growth, stretching back to 1992 and setting a new post-war record. Walker said that growth in 2006 ...

  2. I remember…

    ... the first President to receive an invitation to attend a Royal Garden Party - when it was far too hot to wear morning dress… It has ... The enthusiasm of the sponsoring bodies - but a stab in the back from acca. The end: o Realising that a year speeds by - as a busy ...

  3. Happy New You

    ... reads one entry. Another person is worried about "paper - mail, catalogues, magazines, newsletters, information on all sorts of things. I ... in. A battery does all the hard work, leaving you to sit back and enjoy the ride. At least that’s the idea. So does it work? I decided ...

  4. More than a beautiful friendship

    ... We implemented a structured programme to get the contract back on track, but it took some persuasion to convince our man to use his ... than just swapping platitudes over the champagne at the Royal Opera House. But once he did, he accepted that we would provide him ...

  5. Financials: NES revenue and profit drop ‘due to falling oil prices’

    ... that group revenue fell to $801.9m (£626.1m) from $1bn in the previous year, while gross profit was also down, from $130m to $104m over the same period, which the group attributed to “significant ...

  6. Taylor urges employers to think about job security and quality of work

    Matthew Taylor, CEO of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), ... and not just the quantity. Taylor will report his findings back to government following this summer’s general election. Taylor said ... as employers. Taylor adds a lack of surety over when workers will receive their next pay check causes stress, producing a ...

  7. Financials: Empresaria posts record results but reports Brexit effect on hiring confidence

    ... The results reveal that overall revenue jumped from £106.1m in H1 2016 to £173.4m in H1 2017, while net fee income (NFI) rose from £27.2m to £34.4m over the same period. In the UK, revenue rose from £32.0m to £43.9m along ...

  8. Roland Sheehan: It’s time to act on the nursing crisis

    ... plan’ (STP) cuts to the NHS of £22bn would continue. Over the decade to 2020, the NHS budget will not have kept pace with the ageing ...  Janet Davies, chief executive and general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), said at the time: “Our nursing workforce is ...

  9. Recruiters on ‘name and shame’ list for underpaying NMW

    ... the case refers to two Romanian drivers, who came over from Romania to work in Yorkshire. They had no accommodation and so were ... etc. We agreed to pay up front and then they would pay us back. We agreed to this – we did it all correctly. “The way we made ...

  10. Shortlist party kicks off Recruiter Awards excitement

    ... Over 120 recruiters from across the country gathered at Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) headquarters in the City of London to celebrate ... “The shortlist party was the main reason for coming back [to the UK] as I can’t make the Awards evening itself. It’s the ...

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