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Government’s £15bn highways infrastructure investment is welcome but skills shortages could threaten it, recruiter warns

by Alan Little

4 December 2014, Comments 0

The managing director of specialist engineering recruitment firm Matchtech has welcomed the government’s announcement of a £15bn cash injection into highways infrastructure, but has […]


Pension expert welcomes DWP initiative to simplify auto-enrolment

by Alan Little

3 December 2014, Comments 0

With upwards of 1.2 million SMEs, including numerous Umbrella Companies, facing workforce pension auto-enrolment staging dates, the Department for Work and Pensions has produced […]


Skills shortages threaten UK recovery, business experts say

by Alan Little

2 December 2014, Comments 0

Jobbing Umbrella Company employees with skills in the STEM disciplines and construction are poised to find a surfeit of contracting opportunities for the foreseeable […]


New automated tool slashes onboarding delay for contractors

by Alan Little

1 December 2014, Comments 0

Jobbing Umbrella Company employees and others from the UK’s professional contracting community are about to find that the time consumed by laborious onboarding procedures […]


Is the day of the hybrid engineering / IT pro nearing?

by Alan Little

28 November 2014, Comments 0

A looming skills shortage could imperil the prospects of six engineering and tech industries that otherwise have the potential to boost the UK economy, […]


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