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  • Bank holidays: Good or bad for small businesses?
    Guest blog by Conor McArdle, Opus Energy August is a wonderful time of year. The sun (should) make an appearance, and we have a bank holiday to look forward to and give everyone a much-needed break. Opinion is split, however, on whether bank holidays are good or bad from an economic perspective. In 2012, headlines warned that […]
  • Planning a workforce of the future
    Guest blog by Hayley Sutton The world is changing faster than ever. How will the workforce of the future keep pace? Think back 20 years to 1999. Much of what we rely on today quite simply wasn’t around. Smartphones and tablets hadn’t been launched and Wi-Fi barely existed. We were still looking at the encyclopedia […]
  • Christmas jobs market heating up in high summer as seasonal hiring surge starts
    Winter may feel an age away but the Christmas jobs market is already heating up, as new data reveals many employers now start their annual fight for festive staff in August. Analysis by the world’s largest job site, Indeed, highlights that the number of postings for Christmas roles starts to climb rapidly at the end […]
  • Monster Jobs Confidence Index: Worker confidence at its lowest since 2015
    The quarterly Monster Jobs Confidence Index by job board Monster.co.uk and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr), reveals workers and job seekers confidence in the UK labour market has dropped between Q4 2018 and Q1 2019 and is now at its lowest level since Q4 2015. In Q1 2019, the Monster Jobs Confidence […]
  • Only three percent of our lives are spent ‘doing things we enjoy’
    People are being urged to prioritise their mental health and wellbeing, after new research revealed that one in three people spend just 42 minutes per day doing something they enjoy – which works out at just three percent of their daily lives. The call comes from adult education college, City Lit, which points to data showing […]

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