• Theresa May: ‘Dear EU citizens, I want you to STAY’

    Theresa May has issued a direct appeal to EU nationals living in Britain urging them not to leave after Brexit by telling them ‘I want you to stay’ and that they ‘will not be used as a bargaining chip’ during Brexit negotiations. Mrs May said she is ‘delighted’ to have returned from Brussels with a […]

    Read More
  • Setback for Premium Minimum Wage Plans

    Proposals from the Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices to pay casual workers a premium pay rate are now facing a major setback.  MPs have been told that plans for a new Premium Minimum Wage would be “too confusing” during a review of the proposed plans. Paying gig economy workers, a premium level national minimum […]

    Read More
  • Are Unpaid Work Trials a Breach of Minimum Wage Rules?

    MP for Glasgow South – Stewart McDonald, is hoping to introduce a new law to end unpaid work trials following the widespread criticism at the practice which many believe exploit many people across the UK. When questioned about his reasons for doing so, Mr. McDonald cited the case of two cafes in Glasgow. Allegedly, potential […]

    Read More
  • Should Employers Be Worried About Brexit?

    In a recent paper published by the May Government an important question emerged. Has the UK opened the door to the European Court of Justice by stating it had no need for direct jurisdiction? Trade When it comes to the subject of trade this question is a serious development. As it also implies that indirect […]

    Read More
  • Green Light for Driverless Trucks

    In a recent update, the government announced plans for trials of new semi-automated convoys which will travel on UK Motorways. The convoys will consist of a maximum of three wirelessly connected HGVs, with acceleration, braking and steering controlled by the lead vehicle. The concept, also named ‘platooning’, is a semi-automated system and still requires each […]

    Read More
  • Do you need seasonal Temps?

    Read More
  • Things You Need to Know About the Gender Pay Gap

    Gender pay gap has been a huge topic of conversation in recent times, and this doesn’t look to be changing any time soon. The gender gap is primarily related to higher paid management roles and although Yorkshire Staffing doesn’t specialise in these roles week in, week out, we feel that we have a responsibility (as […]

    Read More
  • Assessing the Current Situation of EU Migrant Workers

    The announcement last week by Home Secretary Amber Rudd that the government will now launch a major assessment of migration from the EU is news that has been welcomed by many. It is vital for the majority of businesses to have an independent view on what future immigration policies should look like as soon as possible. […]

    Read More
  • The Importance of Soft Skills

    Soft skills are becoming more and more vital to employers when looking for a new candidate. It will come as no surprise that those with similar experience and education tend to stand out better when they are able to demonstrate a variety of skills, such as: communication skills, quick-thinking or having a good team ethic. […]

    Read More
  • Temp of the Month

    We are very proud of our dedicated temporary workers here at Yorkshire Staffing Services, and we are thrilled to announce our new Temp of the Month promotion aimed at recognising some of the fantastic work being done by you! It’s also an opportunity for our clients to show that they too appreciate the hard work […]

    Read More