Specialist global telecoms recruiter Penta Consulting is celebrating after being placed 53rd in this year’s prestigious Sunday Times Profit Track 100 league table. Now in its 15th year, Profit Track 100 measures Britain’s fastest-growing private companies by profit growth over the last three years and Penta is delighted with its three year average growth of 54% year on year. The listing, announced on 13 April, is the definitive league table of Britain’s most successful private companies and Penta sits alongside top household brands including JCB and Nando’s.
PageGroup has published its quarter one interim management statement.
6.8% Group gross profit growth; all four regions delivered year-on-year growth.
FX headwinds, particularly in Brazil, Japan & Australia, impacted reported results.
Discipline diversification: non-Finance disciplines now over 60% of Group gross profit.
Continued investment in our five high potential markets: China, Germany, Latam, SE Asia, US
Increase in fee earner headcount of 105 in Q1; launched new business in Peru
Staffgroup, the parent company of Eurostaff and Earthstaff who operate in over 40 countries across the world in the technology and energy disciplines, have announced improved financial results for the year ending December 2013. Turnover for the Group in 2014 will exceed £50m, with 2013 figures standing at £42.4m which is an uplift of 24% on the previous year, with the Earthstaff business contributing 32% of the revenue.
The Board of Networkers International Plc ('Networkers' or 'the Group'), the AIM-listed international recruitment company, has announced its final results for the year ended 31 December 2013.
· Adjusted* pre-tax profits for the year of £7.1m (2012: £7.0m)
· Pre-tax profits of £6.3m (2012: £5.7m)
· Adjusted* EPS (basic earnings per share) increased by 11% to 5.21p (2012: 4.70p)
AFTER celebrating five years of running his own successful recruitment business, Mark Noakes, director of At Source, has boosted his team with two new staff and is planning on creating further roles later in the year.
Seaton, a Chicago-based outsourcing and recruiting firm that operates under the Staff Management|SMX, PeopleScout, HRX, and StudentScout brands, today reported a first quarter 2014 revenue increase of 31 percent year over year.
European businesses are positive about the outlook for 2014, with over three quarters of them (76%) expecting to increase their full-time employee headcount, according to a survey of 200 business owners across Europe conducted on behalf of RSM International, the seventh largest global network of independent audit, tax and advisory firms.
Today, Indeed.com has revealed that part-time work was the most searched for job term in the first quarter of 2014 in the UK, USA, Australia and Germany, with the NHS entering the top 10 most desired jobs in the UK for the first time in March this year.
The number of engineering contractors working on railway services has shot up as a result of government investment in projects such as Crossrail, according to new research by umbrella employment provider, giant group.
It’s no secret that information technology is one of the hottest sectors for employment in Britain. But, just where are those jobs growing the fastest? CareerBuilder and Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. (EMSI) have released a new list of ten industries that are leading in IT job creation post-recession.
Roughly seven in 10 senior executives (67%) say job prospects are better for the undergraduate class of 2014 than what faced college grads a year ago, according to a survey conducted in April by Korn Ferry.
Recruitment technology provider, Recruitive, has reported figures for March which supports those recently released by the Office of National Statistics; a drop in unemployment to below 7% for the first time since the recession.
TLTP Education has said that reports that teachers were awarded a record £40 million in compensation last year – including a single pay out of almost £114,000 to one teacher after being attacked by two pupils as she attempted to break-up a fight – reinforces the need for teachers to be given greater levels of protection in the workplace.