San Francisco's long-suffering homeless epidemic is threatening to tarnish the city's reputation. Will an extra $30 million help lower the number of 'tent cities' and keep visitors coming back to one of America's culture capitals?
April 1, 2018 - The rise in skin cancer deaths over the last 10 years has not changed the attitude of a quarter of Brits when it comes to achieving a summer glow – despite 2,500 deaths annually from the disease.
It’s that time of year where a new class of graduates will be hitting the job boards in search of their first stepping stone into the world of work. But, in this day and age, it isn’t easy for a graduate to land a job straight after graduation.
The UK has one of lowest levels of staff satisfaction, ranking sixth in an international study of employee happiness, according to research released by global recruitment consultancy Robert Half.
Government guidelines published on June 26 have concluded recruitment companies as well as other sectors will be held responsible for making sure all apprenticeship programme requirements are met.
More than two-fifths of European employees have either been paid late or incorrectly by their employers, according to new analysis by SD Worx.
Recruiters have reported a steady rise in the number of permanent vacancies available, while the demand for contractors has plunged 13% year-on-year.
The Recruitment Industry Disability Initiative (RIDI) has declared the Apprenticeship Levy will offer employers a ‘prime opportunity’ to improve disabled talent pipelines, as a result of its recent roundtable discussion.
An elaborate VAT scam constructed by three members of the Copp family (Geoffrey, 55, his brother Andrew, 51, and son Joshua, 24) allowed them to live a life of pure excess, opulence and greed. Whilst enjoying the many gambling trips to Vegas casinos and posing on private jets with cash-loaded briefcases, foreign manual workers were…