UK Pre Budget Report: A budget for jobs?

- credit crunch, economics, Employment, Legal, politics

Tweet UK Pre Budget Report: A budget for jobs? UK Chancellor Alistair Darling’s British Pre-Budget Report included a number of initiatives which will affect the employment market. But are the overall measures positive or negative on employment? UK Pre Budget Report The measures announced were: All national insurance rates to rise by a further 0.5% […]

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Serious CV advice

- career change, career management, CV Help, CV Tips, Job Application, job hunting, job search, Professional CV

Tweet Serious CV advice James asks: I’ve got quite a serious problem regarding my last place of employment on my CV, because I was dismissed. I worked at a bank from November 2008 to March 2009. This is the first job listed on my CV. Previous to that, I worked for a marketing firm from […]

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Sunday Thoughts: Wage Regulation?

- politics, sunday thoughts

Tweet Sunday Thoughts: Wage Regulation? There is a lot of politically driven banter in the Sunday newspapers this week of regulating the wages of bankers. It is clearly a typical August holiday slow news weekend, so the editors pick up on anything and everything: anyone seen a juggling badger story yet? But as even Westminster […]

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HMRC adds to credit crunch with IR35 win in Essex

- Employer, Employment, HMRC, Legal

Tweet HMRC IR35 HMRC have been continuing their fight on IR35, and have won a case against an Essex based construction company, resulting in a bill for £800,000 Background: UK employee’s pay two types of tax in their pay: Income Tax, and National Insurance. The later is supposed to pay/contribute for areas such as the […]

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National insurance number on CV?

- CV Help, cv security, tutorial

Do you have to write your national insurance number on my CV?

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