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James Wash, Head of Trades and Labour becomes a dad!

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28th August 2020

Employers looking to temporary workers to help them recover from the pandemic

Temporary staff are becoming increasingly important to businesses as they try to recover from the effects of COVID-19

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20th August 2020

Jobs Recovery Tracker: Weekly job adverts top one million as lockdown eases

Total number of job postings in the UK grows to 1.05 million

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20th July 2020

FMB urges Chancellor to back local builders

An economic package that increases demand for building work, protects jobs, and invests in training is needed to boost economic growth and save jobs

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8th July 2020

UK FM market: Cleaning, and workplace and management on the rise

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Second RICS UK FM survey shows demand for FM across healthcare seeing strong growth, retail falls One-third of respondents predict that less than 60% of workers will return to the....

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18th June 2020

Our chosen charities raise £4,344 to help young Jordan


The Red Eagle Foundation and Kent Wish Foundation were pleased to jointly fund a new SafeSpace bed to the tune of £4,344

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12th June 2020

COVID-19 pandemic continues to weigh heavily on recruitment activity

Nine of the ten job categories registered a fall in demand for permanent staff during May.

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5th June 2020

Extending Statutory Sick Pay to all firms even more urgent as Test Track and Trace is launched

All staff will need support if they are to self-isolate, but we also have to help businesses to meet this cost while the economy recovers from lockdown

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29th May 2020

UK hiring hotspots revealed in new Jobs Recovery Tracker

The REC has launched a new Jobs Recovery Tracker which uses job postings data to spot signs of labour market growth by county and occupation type

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26th May 2020

86% of construction sites now open across England and Wales

Output has also increased to 75% but there are still challenges in London where output remains slightly lower at 68%.

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22nd May 2020