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Steps an agency must follow before supplying a workseeker

Employment agencies and businesses must comply with the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003 (the Conduct Regulations) when supplying a workseeker to clients (except where introducing or…

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Umbrella Admin Fees

Umbrella admin fees are typically £25 per timesheet. Some recruitment agencies who offer an umbrella service will uplift the workers rate to compensate for this charge. MIDAS do uplift their…

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Roadmap for lifting lockdown

Roadmap for lifting lockdown leads to substantial increase in hiring activity in March The UK government’s plan to ease lockdown measures to return to more normal business operations in the…

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Employer hiring confidence rises even in lockdown

Businesses’ confidence in their ability to hire new staff continued to improve in the three months to February 2021, according to new data from the REC. Employer confidence in hiring…

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Considerations when providing information to the client when supplying a work-seeker

There are considerations when providing information to the client when supplying a work-seeker 1. Having collected the information to present to the client the agency must consider the following: (a)…

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Job advert numbers stable as lockdown starts to ease

137,000 new job adverts posted in the first week of March, giving a total of 1.33 million active job adverts in the UK Weekly number of new postings has remained…

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