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GLAA boss seeks to allay Brexit fears

18th Jul 2017
Concerns have been raised in Parliament and elsewhere that even if a deal is reached for the UK to continue to co-operate with agencies such as Europol, the level of that co-operation will be lower... More...

The government’s Apprenticeship Levy that is due to come into effect in April is “complete and utter madness”,

16th Feb 2017
The government’s Apprenticeship Levy that is due to come into effect in April is “complete and utter madness”, according to Mark Bull, CEO of Randstad UK and Middle East. reports the recruite... More...

Farmers share fears over access to non-UK workers

14th Sep 2016
Farmers employing non-UK workers have warned it will have a devastating effect on their businesses unless they continue to have access to this skilled and flexible labour force. reports the FWI ... More...

Uk Jobless total falls to just 1.63 million

14th Sep 2016
The number of people without jobs and looking for work fell by 39,000 to 1.63 million between May and July, official figures show. reports the BBC. The unemployment rate was 4.9%, down from 5.5%... More...

EU exit would be 'difficult and lengthy', peers warn

4th May 2016
Leaving the EU would mean "difficult and lengthy negotiations" that could take years to complete, peers say. reports the BBC The Lords EU Committee said determining the rights of two million U... More...

Big firms create 1000's of Jobs

19th Jan 2016

 BT, British Airways (BA), Aldi and John Lewis are collectively creating thousands of jobs across the UK, according to recent announcements. 

BT yesterday announced a recruitment drive for 1,000 c...

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National Living Wage: Tougher penalties for non-payment says Prime Minister

30th Sep 2015

 Employers who do not pay workers the national minimum wage and the National Living Wage will face tougher penalties under plans outlined by the government. reports the BBC.

These include doubling...

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Onshore wind must cope without subsidy from government

26th Jul 2015
Energy secretary Amber Rudd has confirmed onshore wind projects must quickly get used to life with no new subsidies. Reports FWI Ms Rudd defended a recent early cut to a key support as better fo... More...

McDonald’s denies discriminating against jobseekers

23rd Jul 2015
McDonald’s has disputed claims that requiring candidates for customer service roles to have ‘eye contact’ skills is intended to keep people on the autistic spectrum from applying. Reports the... More...

Services sector employment growth reaches second highest level since 1995

4th Feb 2015

The rate of employment growth in the UK’s services sector has reached its second highest level in 20 years, according to January’s Markit/CIPS (Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply) UK servic...

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SKY NEWS: Europeople Staff & Farm Workers Feature in SKY NEWS VIDEO

5th Nov 2014

Europeople on SKY NEWS 

 

 http://news.sky.com/story/1366933/eu-migrants-pay-in-more-than-they-take-study

See link above and see the fourth video in the SKY news report on the positive impact of...

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Private Toll Road saw 100,000th driver

10th Oct 2014

 A Somerset farmer who saw the 100,000th driver use a toll road across his land is facing a race against time to make the venture pay. reports the FWI

The toll road was opened in August as farmer ...

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PHONES ARE BACK Up and Running

8th Oct 2014

 

 
We are now back up and running apologies for any inconvenience caused yesterday 7/10/14
 
Regards
 
The Europeople Team
 
please see the article which caused our phones to be down.
 
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OUR TELEPHONE NETWORK IS DOWN APPOLOGIES

7th Oct 2014

Unfortunately our telephone system is down at the moment...... BT are trying to fix the issue to get us back up and running by Lunchtime today 7/10/14

 

We are now back up and running :-)

 

Ple...

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Alleged human traffickers appear in court

19th Sep 2014

 The eight people arrested for alleged human trafficking in the South-West this week are to appear in Plymouth Magistrates Court this morning, a statement from the Gangmasters Licensing Authority (...

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Recruiters voice opinions on the Scottish Yes/No Campaign

16th Sep 2014

 As the Scottish referendum looms, many firms recruiting in or into Scotland are putting on a brave face when questioned about how a vote either way will affect their business.  reports the recruit...

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UK Unemployment falls

16th Jul 2014

 UK unemployment has fallen to 6.5% in the three months to May reports The recruiter, the lowest since the last quarter of 2008, figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) today h...

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Vince Cable’s announcement of a ban on exclusivity clauses in zero-hours contracts

25th Jun 2014

 A leading recruiter said today that Vince Cable’s announcement of a ban on exclusivity clauses in zero-hours contracts was “a massive step in the right direction” but didn’t go far enough to curb ...

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Jobseekers face losing benefits if they refuse zero-hours contracts

6th May 2014

 Jobseekers risk losing their benefits for three months or more if they turn down certain zero-hours contracts without good reason, a letter from a Conservative minister has revealed. Until now, pe...

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Water management techniques could have prevented the effect of recent flooding on villages, towns and farmland, say flood experts.

27th Feb 2014

 Water management techniques could have prevented the effect of recent flooding on villages, towns and farmland, say flood experts. reports the Farmers weekly.

In an open letter, they called on th...

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