Contract Placements Remain Steady in February
March 9, 2016

According to March’s Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC)/KPMG ‘Report on Jobs’ recruiters saw billings for temporary/contract rise at the same pace as January, which was at the time the slowest pace in four months. The report, based on a survey of more than 600 employers   Read the full article…

Nine in 10 Hospitals are Missing Their Targets
December 23, 2015

Latest figures show that the vast majority of hospitals are struggling to recruit enough nurses. Throughout August this year 92% of the 225 acute hospital trusts in England did not manage to run wards with their planned number of nurses during the day. This is   Read the full article…

Hunt Imposes More Restrictions on Locum Doctors and Nurses in England
October 15, 2015

It was confirmed yesterday (14 October 2015) that a new cap will be imposed on the amount that recruitment companies can charge per shift for all NHS staff in England, including doctors and non-clinical personnel. The hourly price cap will be introduced from 23 November,   Read the full article…

The changing VAT landscape for Dentists
June 5, 2015

The changing VAT landscape for Dentists The business aspects of dental practice have evolved a great deal in recent years, with numerous changes to dentists’ contracts, growing business requirements and patients’ expectations exerting an increasing influence on all aspects of the industry. This article highlights   Read the full article…