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Rising activity in oil and gas industry to drive demand for skilled staff for at least ten years

by Alan Little

5 September 2013, Comments 0

Demand for highly skilled Umbrella Company Employees specialising in the oil and gas industry will continue unabated for at least ten years as companies […]


CBI chides TUC for ‘conveniently forgetting’ its former agreement to Swedish Derogation Model

by Alan Little

3 September 2013, Comments 0

The CBI has responded to the TUC’s attempt to ban the UK’s employers and recruiters from using the Swedish derogation model. The TUC claims […]


More small businesses are adopting freelance contracting solutions for core business, new survey finds

by Alan Little

2 September 2013, Comments 0

A huge global survey of freelance hiring patterns by the online job site freelancer.com has found that SMEs are not only increasing their use […]


Government extends existing specialist contractor procurement framework for a further seven months

by Alan Little

29 August 2013, Comments 0

The Government Procurement Service (GPS) has extended its RM692 Non-Permanent Staff framework until 22nd May next year, but at a cost: suppliers have been […]


International firms must rethink their global mobility strategies to fill skills gaps in emerging economies – could contractors come to the rescue?

by Alan Little

28 August 2013, Comments 0

A new study from PwC – Talent Mobility: 2020 and Beyond – reveals that global companies are struggling to bridge talent shortages in emerging […]