The Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at the University of Portsmouth are conducting a survey using Survey Monkey on Preventing Occupational corruption which can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TXBSQ3Y . The survey will take around 15 minutes. They would be very grateful if you could complete it. All data will treated confidentially and anonymously.
Please take 10 minutes to complete the Security Research Initiative survey. Whilst it is aimed at security professionals, they would also welcome input from those from other parts of the business such as HR, Sales and Marketing, Finance, Legal, Procurement and Operations. The survey is anonymous, takes approx. 10 minutes to complete and the findings will
For the second year running HJA has been appointed as a Recruitment Partner for the ASIS European Conference & Exhibition, which this year is in Frankfurt. The programme is again an excellent one and HJA Director, Mike Hurst is delivering a presentation on Career Development and Personal Branding alongside GBR Director, Graham Bassett. Please click
The BCC is calling on businesses of all sizes and in all sectors in the UK to invest in workforce training as a key driver for economic success and improved productivity performance. The BCC’s Workforce Survey highlights that 92% of businesses have identified a skills shortage among their workforce in at least one key area
• Permanent vacancies increase 27% year-on-year • Engineering and IT lead the way in jobs boom • Salaries mirror vacancy growth with the exception of finance & accounting and marketing Professional recruitment firms now have 27% more vacancies on their books than this time last year according to new survey data from the Association of
I saw this article on www.onrec.com and though I’d share it. Almost half of UK job listings take over a month to fill, with 27% remaining vacant for over three months Openings over a month old represent over a combined loss of £1.5bn in potential economic output each month ‘Empty Desks’ are most costly in the
The labour market is poised for its best year since 2007, with growth in private-sector jobs expected to outweigh cuts to public-sector roles by five to one in 2015, a leading economist has predicted. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/jobs/11315168/Jobs-market-growth-to-support-rise-in-living-standards-in-2015.html
Please see here for the article. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7964c0f8-9123-11e4-914a-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz3O86xXFeF