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Recruitment remains strong

Both permanent and temporary staff appointments rose during April, a new report has revealed.

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Employers get reminder on electronic filing

Firms are being reminded that they are now required to file their PAYE returns – forms P14 and P35 – online by 19 May.

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Private sector firms set to take up employment slack

Private sector firms will begin a recruitment drive during the summer that should calm worries that the recovery will create fewer than hoped for jobs.

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Business tax breaks needed to fund skills investment

The economic recovery could be undermined if insufficient investment is made in boosting the skills of UK workforces.

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HMRC helplines mired by tax code enquiries

The number of people ringing HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) about incorrect PAYE tax codings has meant that many callers are having to wait on hold for considerable periods.

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Small firms not yet in a position to create new jobs

Smaller businesses are beginning to recover from the economic downturn but aren’t yet strong enough to take on new members of staff in substantial numbers.

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What the political parties are promising

With the election looming, the main political parties have outlined what they intend to do on business support and tax.

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Sickness presence may cost firms more than absenteeism

Businesses could be hit harder by employees coming to work when they are ill than by sickness absence, a new report has claimed.

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New workers' pension scheme could 'deter' savers

The government’s new workplace pension scheme may be rejected by many of the employees it is deigned to help, the CBI has claimed.

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Guidance on equality regulations too 'complex' for smaller firms

A document drawn up to help small firms comply with regulations that will be introduced under the new Equality Act could end up defeating its own objectives.

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