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HMRC’s top tips for staying safe online

HMRC is reminding people that although the security of its systems and customer data is top of its list, everyone needs to stay alert.

NHS pay gap must be addressed, say experts

Healthier Recruitment is warning that the current approach to recruitment will fracture the NHS and worsen the staffing crises.

AI enhancing workforce, says global talent expert

Experts believe that the ‘cyborg effect’ – where both organic and biomechatronic elements combine – is boosting workforces, rather than depleting it.

More UK employers relying on contractors

Positive hiring figures suggest that many UK businesses are turning to the self-employed sector to help them through an uncertain outlook.

UK tech sector remains resilient

Despite technology firms’ optimism dropping to a 10-year low, 43% of tech firms said they expected to boost their workforces in the next 12 months.

Self-Employed sector continues to grow

Latest figures have shown that the self-employed sector has grown significantly – by 76,000 compared to this time last year. The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE), welcomes the recent Office for National Statistics (ONS) data, saying that this shows the continued rise and resilience of the self-employed sector, despite economic and political Read More…

Thousands of Brits have a second self-employed job

Latest research has revealed that there are thousands of people in the UK who work a part-time self-employed job alongside their permanent role. The findings, compiled by the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE), show that there are as many as 320,000 people up and down the country who have a so-called ‘side Read More…

Cambridge named as top UK city for finding work

Cambridge has overtaken Swindon and is now the top city in the country to find a job, closely followed by Oxford. The latest research, compiled by job search engine Adzuna, revealed that there are now 25 jobs to every jobseeker in Cambridge, with this surge in hiring thought to be mainly due to a boom Read More…

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