An NSCC study projects stalling in the construction sector without investment in skills. For those already qualified, opportunity knocks.
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If you’re an interim worker, you’re probably already busier than a three-armed man in a hand-shaking contest – but things are about to get much busier.
With an unprecedented shortage of skilled work and CEOs waiting for Government to do something about, now’s the perfect time for contractors to reap rewards.
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation has announced that the skills shortage gripping British employment could lead to raises for contractors.
The Recruitment and Employment Confederation says that the British labour market has been dogged by the shadow of the skills shortage as of late.
According to the REC, the skills shortage has finally persisted long enough to finally impact the freelancing and umbrella company contracting communities.
The talent gap int he UK is worsening, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation says, based on its newest research survey results.
The Confederation of British Industry has come up with a possible solution to the skills shortage currently holding UK businesses in its viselike grip.
Could be that there will soon be more than just one way to handle the skills shortage besides hiring as many contractors as you can, if some new software works.
Well, it’s official: the skills shortage has become a problem for the oil and gas sector. Or at least that’s what one Scottish chamber of commerce says.
The so-called ‘skills shortage’ or ‘talent crisis’ is bandied about quite a bit nowadays in the recruitment sector, but it’s not just a bogeyman – it’s real!
One payroll firm says that the gender gap between what a male contract worker earns in comparison to a female one is rapidly disappearing.
Service contractors working for umbrella companies in the UK could benefit from a skills shortage currently plaguing mid-sized companies in the UK as the sector struggles to fill key positions, it was recently suggested.
Microsoft, Siemens and others back the introduction of “tech levels” to the UK school curriculum. Will the new exams help fill the skills gap?
Graduates can’t get jobs that befit their education; businesses can’t hire people with the right skill set. Is the skills gap really such an easy fix?
George Osborne’s vision for the UK is exciting and bold. But the skills gap is a real threat to both short and long term growth, and it’s getting wider.