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Catch up with the latest North Wales jobs news and recruitment industry trends.

Brexit yet to hit UK jobs market

19 July, 2016 It's been an action packed few months in the world of politics. I'm sure plenty of people are fed up of hearing about Brexit, so we'll keep this update short and sweet AND deliver a bit of good news!

Press Release - Taking Stock: EU Referendum

24 June, 2016 As a small business operating in Wales, we know that the outcome will have a significant influence on not just our business, but of those we recruit for too. We share our thoughts and assess the potential impact of the result on local employers. 

Fortunes rise for UK financiers

24 November, 2015 According to new data, a surge in available jobs in the finance and accounting industries right across the UK is leading to a rise in professional job prospects in all sectors.

Universities fail to encourage entrepreneurial spirit, survey finds

11 November, 2015 More and more British graduates are showing a definite interest in freelancing and self-employment but universities are failing to treat either occupation as a viable career option.

500 new jobs for Anglesey with £2 billion Chinese investment

02 November, 2015 Producing enough energy to power a quarter of Welsh homes a groundbreaking biomass power plant gets the go ahead on Anglesey, bringing light AND jobs to the local economy.

Markit/PMI Report on Services - September round up

26 October, 2015 Mixed fortunes for the British economy as we come to the end of the third quarter. 

Employers face fines for failing to pay staff National Minimum Wage

12 October, 2015 Following the General Election, new employment law changes are causing employers to pay heed or face the consequences.

Regions face threat of job losses from ‘living wage’

07 October, 2015 The disparity of fortunes between the UK’s capital and the rest of the country could widen. According to a think-tank, this is due to the recent rise in the National Minimum Wage (NMW), with the higher rate less likely to affect London workers than workers in the rest of the UK.

Supertemps shortlisted in four categories for prestigious IRP Awards

02 October, 2015 We’re proud to announce that Supertemps and its staff have been shortlisted in four categories for the prestigious IRP (Institute of Recruitment Professionals) Awards 2015.

Skilled workers still in demand, according to REC/KPMG

16 September, 2015 In August, skilled workers gained an advantage in the jobs market as recruiters struggled to fill posts. The result? The situation is pushing up salaries for both permanent and temporary staff.
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