Contractor Job News
Legal aid for an IT contractor with a never-beginning start date.
Revenue’s bid to be a national payroll bureau looks ominous for contract staff.
Public or private, the chances are the chance for you to renew can't come soon enough.
For excluding work permits, state immigration plans are nonsensical, says APSCo.
Guaranteed income per placement gives agents a better night's sleep.
Ten signposts to where demand in the capital is hottest for IT contractors.
Only bright spot for IT workers is that the worst may be over, 'hopefully.'
Slowdown in 'big-ticket' tech deals hasn't left the IT sector less acquisitive.
Lawyer's tips to a contractor whose new role was revoked.
'IT pay in northern regions grows three times faster than in London.'
Agencies report a marked increase in demand for IT contractors.
Privacy watchdog stalks firms with a hundred times the biting power.
Financial scrutiny looms for IT and recruitment companies.
IT sector is the biggest cause of a 'medium-term concern' for the UK economy.
Techies 'in the trenches' better-placed for premiums than those in command.
Jitters return, putting financers' IT spending plans back into the red.
Half of IT job-seekers think experts are wrong to see recovery next year.
India's top technology giants are bypassing the UK IT workforce, says APSCo.
IT emerges as the only area of new spending not to face cuts.
Top taxman wants to build trust with business, up close and personal.
Hirers are increasingly hooking up job-seekers in search of the truth.
Recession has proved an opportunity for leading software and internet firms.
'No compunctions' about rethinking EU workers' directive, says Tory MP.
Outfits will act quickly to see if Windows 7 succeeds where Vista failed.
Reckless misuse of personal data to carry a two-year sentence from next April.
Former CBI director-general joins Harvey Nash as a senior advisor.
FTSE-listed firm among six agents found to have rigged recruitment fees.
Further behind the US and now playing catch-up with Europe – UK IT is losing ground.
IT services companies' clients face potential disruption from strikes.
Techies second only to creatives in seeing the sense in online career profiles.
PM to push for equal treatment of agency temps before the next election.
More changes needed to stop non-EU staff taking British jobs, says IT group.
Software giant will open its network to the UK's unemployed.
Sale of Skype paves a way to defuse legal wrangles over its core technology.
The unravelling of the tech darlings who tied-up but failed to connect.
Head of the telco's ailing IT unit leaves within a year of starting.
Consultant questions the feasibility of a wholly British broadband network.
Bank repeated mistakes; ignored warnings and failed its customers - FSA.
Long-term jobs plan for the IT sector hailed as the economy's best bet.
Contractors among the techies prioritising 'career development.'