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The benefits of CK+

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

CK+ is an innovative tool which will help make your search for the perfect job far easier! By registering with CK+ you will take out the hassle that comes from multiple applications.

Once registered, you will have a number of options available that will ease the applications process and help us to find the right job for you. After entering your contact details, you can choose various industry sectors, disciplines, locations and levels of experience, meaning that we can quickly see whether a job is right for you. This information updates our system automatically, so whenever you change it we see the changes. This allows us to remain up to date with what you are looking for.

Furthermore, you can upload your CV to CK+. You can do this with a single click, meaning that each application can be catered to effortlessly! The ease of the uploading system relieves you of the rigmarole of repeatedly inputting contact and industry information when applying to several jobs. You do still have to tailor your CV to each position.

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Analysing international job searches – where do people want to work?

Thursday, August 7th, 2014

Indeed, a job site which lists jobs from companies in over 50 countries, have recently conducted research into the location of job searches and postings across the world. From this, they have built up a wealth of knowledge as to where jobs are searched for and posted, leading to a number of interesting results emerging in regards to both the UK and European jobs markets.

The report tracked the number of external candidates searching for jobs within countries, as well as their preferred location and the amount of people searching overseas for work. 9.4% of searches for jobs within the UK come from external candidates, whereas Europe (which in this article amalgamates France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Spain, Netherlands, Belgium and Ireland) sees an average of 17.2% of searches originating from outside of their respective countries. This slight disparity could be seen to be due to data from Luxembourg and Switzerland, which due to their economies receive higher than average numbers of foreign applicants. The EU can be seen to be in a strong position overall, with a high amount of external searches.

The UK is third highest country in terms of desirability for work, with Italy, Germany and France also making the top ten. Only the UK and India come close to being as desirable as the US as a place to work, according to Indeed’s data, with no other countries receiving over 25% of the total number of external searches done within the US. It can be argued from this point that the UK economy is seen to be in good health, with many overseas candidates seeking to work here as opposed to elsewhere in the EU. The data shows that the UK has more candidates applying internally, as despite the high number of external applicants increasing the desirability percentage; this percentage number is drastically reduced when looking at the candidate searches, implying a larger amount of UK candidates searching for work within the UK.

This hypothesis is confirmed when we look at the number of candidates within a country who are looking elsewhere. In the UK, this number stands at 9%, and so indicates a balancing out of the external candidates searching for British jobs, and the British candidates searching externally. Interestingly, the amount of searches from European countries to other countries is on average 18% of the total.

This further confirms that the UK has a strong job market. In Europe, more people are seeking to leave their country (implied by external searches) than there are people willing to come and replace them, whereas the UK seems static at worst, thereby confirming that the UK is not losing any of its workforce to overseas competitors. The data also tells us that France, Ireland and Spain are the three European countries from which the UK receives most external searches. Arguably this is a hangover from the recent recession, with candidates whose countries have been affected significantly by the recent economic troubles seeking to work in a more stable area.

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Permanent Jobs on the Rise

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

A survey of recruitment agencies has found that permanent jobs are on the rise for the first time since September 2011, reports Reuters.

The increase is the sharpest in permanent employment for nearly four years.

Furthermore, overall demand for staff rose, with engineers among the most sought after profession. The reduction in those claiming benefits indicates that there is a possibility that the labour market is levelling out.

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Academic Publishers Withhold Research

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

George Monbiot, writing for The Guardian has reported that academic publishers are charging a premium for people to access papers and reports that contain valuable scientific research.

As is almost universally agreed, the public need to be informed so as to make intelligent decisions and valued judgements. This must be seen across the board, from the scientific to political or historical spheres, though when academic publishers are charging upwards of £25 to read a single article from a journal, a rather excessive barrier seems to be in place to such understanding. Reading journals in libraries is another option, but with academic journals costing an average of £6250 annually, this is causing significant funding problems.

To make matters worse, such journals are paid for through taxation and government grants, so one would assume they would be made freely available. The universal declaration of human rights declares that “everyone has the right freely to… share in scientific advancement and it’s benefits,” though clearly the amounts it costs people to access journals contravenes this declaration. There is a growing movement for government’s to make publicly funded papers available to the public, allowing everyone a chance to engage with scientific advancement.

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REC Claims Flexible Workforce is Way Forward

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has reported that flexible work is increasingly important for the economy and allows for the creation of a modern workforce.

A UK education or parental roles easily.

Gillian Econopouly, Head of Policy at the REC, highlights the degree to which “temporary work is an invaluable way for jobseekers to enter the labour market” as it allows them the chance to gain experience and workplace skills. She later added that businesses and employees must work together “to adopt mutually beneficial working arrangements.”

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Enterprise Jobs “Trailblazers for Growth” Says PM

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

The opening of enterprise zones across the UK, expected to create tens of thousands of jobs, has been announced, reports politics.co.uk.

The zones are to be opened in eleven locations, including said that the zones will be “trailblazers for growth, jobs and prosperity.”

Mr Cameron continued, saying “it will be those with the great business ideas who are ready to start up” who will drive the UK’s growth. The Treasury announced at the end of July that 100 of 137 reforms proposed in the March Budget’s Plan for Growth have been achieved.

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New Jobs: Salary Over Satisfaction?

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

Employees in the UK say that wages are the main motivator when looking for a new job, reports Bloomberg.

Over 54% of respondents in the survey said that their salary is of greater importance than the enjoyment they take from the job. 42% cited job satisfaction as the reason for a change in job, down from 61% just a year ago.

These figures show that people are worried about how Online Blackjack far their pay will stretch; 18% say they regularly run out of money before their pay day, and 36% replied saying their standard of living fell over the previous six months. It seems as though job satisfaction is taking a backseat as people keep up a comfortable home life, something understandable and arguably necessary following the recent recession.

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Meet Jonathan Hart-Smith – Managing Director of the CK Group

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

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Introducing Sarah Brunnen – CK IT

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

 

Sarah Brunnen is heading up our newly formed IT division, CK IT – IT recruitment specialists focusing on the science-based industries. Whether you are a jobseeker looking for a new position in pregnancy test hcg IT, or a company looking to expand your team, Sarah would love to help you.

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UK Unemployment Falls

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

UK unemployment saw a 26,000 decrease in the three months to May, reports the BBC.

Total unemployment figures are now at 2.45 million, though the recent decrease means this is now only 7.7% of the population. The number of people in work rose by 50,000 to 29.28 million, the highest it has been for two years.

The number of long free casino online tournaments no deposit term unemployed fell by 37,000 and unemployment rates amongst 16-24 year olds fell by 42,000. 104,000 positions were created in the private sector, more than four times the amount of jobs lost in the public, and average earnings rose by 2.1% in the same period up to May.

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