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Public sector facing problems recruiting and retaining top talent

Public sector facing problems recruiting and retaining top talent

Public sector organisations face increased problems in recruiting and retaining staff, particularly at a senior level, because skilled individuals are shying away from the sector as the impact of the cuts is felt and the image of the sector wanes, according to the annual Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)/Hays Resourcing and Talent Planning survey.…

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Recruitment for permanent posts slowing

Recruitment for permanent posts slowing

More employers were hiring permanent staff last month, but growth was slower than over the last five months, according to a report by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG.…

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Report shows cautious optimism about jobs situation

Report shows cautious optimism about jobs situation

The immediate jobs outlook has turned positive for the first time in more than a year, driven largely by a decrease in redundancy intentions, according to the latest Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)'s quarterly Labour Market Outlook survey.
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Jobs outlook 'holds up' despite economic uncertainty

Jobs outlook 'holds up' despite economic uncertainty

Two thirds of employers are planning to hire more permanent staff in the next few months, showing employer confidence is holding up despite economic uncertainty, according to this month’s JobsOutlook report from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation.…

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'Women do better in 2011 jobs market than men'

'Women do better in 2011 jobs market than men'

Women have fared slightly better than men in the 2011 jobs market, despite public sector jobs cuts, according to a Work Audit by the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development.…

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