A survey of more than 2,000 firms suggests that the UK's labour market may be "turning the corner".
Experts believe Real Time Information (RTI) will require much sharper processes
Oracle executives rethink delivery of HR applications via cloud computing.
Two new surveys from CBI and UK Business Confidence Monitor are indicating that UK companies remain confident despite reports last week of the UK economy entering a double-dip recession.
FTSE companies have today been praised for making some progress in putting women in board-level positions, but it was stressed that more work needs to be done if boardroom diversity is to be achieved at the rate proposed by the Government.
A SURGE in dealmaking offered some much-needed cheer to the City yesterday as blue-chip firms brushed off fears over political uncertainty and the sovereign debt crisis.
LONDON, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Britain's top share index hit a six-month closing high on Monday, fuelled by banks and commodity stocks, as fears receded over the potential for a messy Greek default in Europe's debt crisis.
Citigroup Inc.'s (Citi) first-quarter 2012 (1Q'12) operating results were better than Fitch's assumptions owing to better-than-expected trading results combined with higher earnings in other key segments including global consumer banking and transactional services.
Despite the recession, employers are continuing to protect their staff with competitive benefits packages.
Senior staff want to move abroad - not to escape the recession, but to advance their career in a highly competitive, global market, research reveals.