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  • Sunday trading laws 'unlikely to be relaxed permanently'

    A fall in retail sales during the 2012 Olympic Games is set to provide a nail in the coffin of Sunday trading laws being relaxed on a permanent basis.During the past summer, retailers have been allowed to stay open for longer than the six hours between 10am and 4pm stated in the existing Sunday... [more...]

  • Nursing 'is a fantastic job but incredibly tough'

    People planning their future career have been told that nursing makes for a "fantastic job", but only if the right support is given when training for the role.Gail Adams, head of nursing at Unison, pointed out that a career in nursing presents individuals with an opportunity to pursue... [more...]

  • Tips for entrepreneurs to write a standout online biography

    Entrepreneurs and those who have set up single-person businesses have been given a few tips on how to stand out from the crowd in the online community.Dena Kouremetis, who helps small business professionals to excel over the internet, believes that a short biography is perfect to catch the eye... [more...]

  • Employee share plans 'have positive outcomes for employees and employers'

    Employee share ownership schemes can help to make staff members more motivated and committed to their employer, according to new research. A four-year study undertaken by Loughborough University found that three quarters of those who tapped into such strategies received a boost in employee... [more...]

  • Comfortable offices 'can bring the best out of staff members'

    Business owners should aim to make their office more comfortable and welcoming, in order to get the best out of their employees. This is after a survey by London-based property developer DeVono found that more than 65 per cent of staff members in the capital would be willing to work overtime or... [more...]

  • Tips for easing stress in the workplace

    Business managers are being encouraged to do more to prevent stress from becoming a major issue around their company's workplace.The message was delivered after a new study commissioned by Regus suggested that the majority of British professionals are becoming more stressed from their work... [more...]

  • Auto-enrolment scheme 'will not be suitable for everyone'

    The incoming auto-enrolment scheme has been praised for raising the awareness of having a pension pot in place for retirement.Dr Ros Altmann, director-general of Saga, acknowledged that the strategy "is a good policy to try to get people saving and reinvigorate the savings culture in this... [more...]

  • All staff members 'should know about health and safety in the workplace'

    Employers should be providing a sufficient health and safety induction course to all members of staff, no matter their position in a company.Sarah Daniels, chartered practitioner at the RedCat Partnership, has underlined that "it is important" for every person in a workplace to know... [more...]

  • Britain's manufacturing sector 'hints at robust expansion'

    Improvements recorded in the UK's manufacturing industry have provided a huge suggestion that the country is beginning to emerge from recession.The industrial trends survey for September, which is conducted by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), highlighted that orders in this... [more...]

  • Asian and Oriental restaurants 'desirable workplaces for young job hunters'

    Many young people hoping to get their foot on the first rung of their career ladder have stated they would love to work in a top Asian or Oriental restaurant.This is according to new research carried out by YouGov and commissioned by the Hospitality Guild, which found that one-in-three 16 to 24... [more...]

  • British workplaces 'aiming for a period of stability'

    A new study has painted an in-depth picture of the UK's recruitment landscape in the months to come. The Recruitment and Employment Confederation's (REC's) latest JobsOutlook survey, which is carried out on a monthly basis, has outlined the views of many British business leaders at... [more...]

  • Many finance professionals 'worried their reports are being ignored'

    Almost half of people in finance jobs are concerned that the reports they produce are never used by others in the industry. Research conducted jointly by Source for Consulting and the Commercial Division of Advanced Business Solutions found that 46 per cent of finance professionals are under... [more...]

  • Young people 'can bring many benefits to a workplace'

    A new report has revealed that many companies believe they have an important part to play in tackling youth unemployment, but are not doing enough. Research carried out by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) highlighted that 71 per cent of business owners are of the... [more...]

  • Auto enrolment timetable detailed

    The timetable has been revealed for the upcoming automatic enrolment scheme, with hundreds of thousands of British workers set to be enrolled by the end of the year.October 1st will signal the introduction of the automatic enrolment strategy, which will see employers and staff members paying... [more...]

  • Government's Youth Contract 'a good starting block'

    The government's Youth Contract has been praised as being a good starting block for getting young people into work.However, the Work and Pensions Committee believes that the huge scale of youth unemployment in the UK means that the Youth Contract alone will not be enough to tackle the... [more...]

  • Sainsbury's 'to hire 15,000 Christmas staff members'

    Supermarket giant Sainsbury's has announced that it is to hire 15,000 members of staff to cover the busy Christmas period.This figure is the highest number of seasonal workers that the chain has ever committed to, and should provide a boost for many job hunters, The Sun reports.Roles which... [more...]

  • Small business owners 'need more financial support'

    More support should be opened up to small business owners so that they can have better means to access finance.Phil McCabe, spokesman for the Forum of Private Business, believes that this strategy should be highlighted by being tougher on banks which do not have adequate lending schemes in... [more...]

  • Benetton Group seeking 'unemployees of the year'

    Unemployed people under the age of 30 are being encouraged to step forward and show off their unique skills and abilities. Alessandro Benetton, the chairman of the Benetton Group, has encouraged this notion as he launches a new advertising campaign to crown the 'unemployees of the... [more...]

  • Workplace stress 'should be handled by senior management teams'

    Stress in the workplace needs to be dealt with by people in the high positions of a company, one business expert has stated. Ann McCracken, vice president of the International Stress Management Association, as well as managing director of AMC2, believes that many firms are not doing enough to... [more...]

  • Auto-enrolment legislation could be reviewed

    Auto-enrolment legislation could be about to undergo a major review, just weeks before it is due to be implemented across the UK.The Department for Work and Pensions is considering going back to the drawing board over the scheme, after concerns were raised by specialists in the payroll... [more...]

  • Proposed changes to employment law 'will boost business confidence'

    Vince Cable's proposed employment law changes will be critical in creating a more flexible labour market in the UK, it has been suggested.The business secretary has recently suggested that compensation available in unfair dismissal claims should be capped at £26,000 or a year's net... [more...]

  • Jobseekers encouraged to 'make a few changes'

    A new scheme has been launched in East Anglia in the hope of getting thousands of people in the region back into work. Learndirect has revealed an online guide, entitled Six Steps to Making a Change, which aims to educate jobseekers about how they can boost their confidence ahead of a job... [more...]

  • Scotland's temporary job billings increase during August

    There was a significant increase in the number of temporary jobs provided in Scotland over the past month, new research indicates. According to the latest Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs, one in three agencies have recorded a boost in temporary staff billings throughout August. In fact, the... [more...]

  • Government urged to 'take action to improve UK's infrastructure'

    The government has been told to stop talking about its aims and goals regarding the UK's transport and energy sectors and start taking action. Chancellor George Osborne has previously stated that £250 billion has been put aside to tend to the country's infrastructure, as part of... [more...]

  • Dental nurses 'have plenty of job opportunities'

    Graduate jobseekers have been told about the benefits of pursuing a career as a dental nurse, as well as the skills required for excelling in the role. Pam Swain, chief executive of the British Association of Dental Nurses, pointed out that being a dental nurse can allow someone to work in a... [more...]

  • Third of jobseekers 'do not alter their social media habits'

    Many people on the hunt for finance jobs do not change their approach to social networking, despite the influence that such sites could have on whether or not someone secures employment.A survey conducted by recruitment firm Hays found that 36 per cent of the 770 people polled did not think... [more...]

  • IET enhances its scholarship portfolio

    An increased effort has been put towards scholarships that aim to give students a strong start in a career in engineering.The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) has widened its current scholarship portfolio to give people more chance of taking part in the strategy.In order to fulfil... [more...]

  • JD Wetherspoon achieves sales boost during London 2012

    Well-known pub chain JD Wetherspoon has enjoyed a huge sales lift as customers became engrossed in the entertaining summer of sport. The group saw like-for-like sales jump by 8.4 per cent in the six weeks ended September 9th, while total sales increased by 12.8 per cent during this period. ... [more...]

  • Workplace stress 'is bad for health'

    Business managers are being encouraged to relieve the stress that their staff members are feeling in the workplace.This is after a new study carried out by the British Heart Foundation underlined the problems with health that people in highly demanding jobs are putting themselves... [more...]

  • Bank of England urged to 'put more emphasis on employment data'

    More emphasis should be put on employment data by the Bank of England, following the release of new research detailing how the UK has handled its economic woes.Ben Broadbent, a member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, pointed out that the link between employment and... [more...]

  • Following health and safety rules 'can create a more productive workplace'

    Employers have been told that having a good health and safety strategy in place in their workplace can help to create a more productive atmosphere.Sarah Daniels, chartered practitioner at the RedCat Partnership, is confident that many business owners are taking health and safety very... [more...]

  • CVs 'help to make a good first impression'

    Jobseekers have been told what to include in a CV in order to impress potential employers, as well as details which should be kept off the document.Max Hurd and Catherine Cope, experts at OPM Recruitment, pointed out to MCV that a company can receive hundreds of CVs in a single day once they... [more...]

  • Small businesses 'have created the majority of British jobs post-recession'

    Putting the benefits of small businesses into the spotlight could be key to tackling unemployment across the UK.This is after a new study carried out by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) found how vital small and medium enterprises are for accelerating economic recovery.According to the... [more...]

  • First successful bids of new skills investment programme revealed

    More job opportunities could be open to graduates and young people in the UK in the months to come, following the popularity of a new skills investment programme.The Employer Ownership Pilot has attracted the interest of 34 businesses, which include such big names as Siemens, Nissan, BAE Systems... [more...]

  • Working long hours 'is bad for health'

    A major new health study has led to a warning being delivered that doing too much overtime could be bad for the body.Scientists at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health have suggested that working long hours on a regular basis can increase the risk of someone suffering from heart disease... [more...]

  • Tips for creating the perfect business outfit

    Members of staff who are looking to impress their fellow colleagues have been told that wearing simple and elegant accessories can help achieve this goal.Angela Marshall, founder of Appearance Management and a leading image consultant, stressed that "every detail counts when you are... [more...]

  • Jobseekers urged to 'show off their skills to potential employers'

    People who are on the lookout for a new job have been told to show off their skills and employability at every possible opportunity.Career coach John Lees pointed out that these are the two aspects that are critical in boosting a jobseeker's prospects of landing a dream job."A lot of... [more...]

  • Labour market 'has been resilient during the recession'

    The economic downturn does not appear to be having a major effect on the British jobs market, if new figures are any indication. Recruitment firm Manpower underlined that unemployment across the UK has jumped by 93,000 people, which equates to 2.56 million individuals out of work since the... [more...]

  • Many employees 'unaware of automatic enrolment scheme'

    Many people in finance jobs are still unaware of the incoming automatic enrolment programme, despite it launching in just three weeks time.The new law is being introduced by the government on October 1st and is aimed to make it much easier for people in the UK to save for their retirement.This... [more...]

  • Government urged to 'do more to drive economic growth'

    A trade body which represents thousands of manufacturers across the UK has called on the government to do more in order to drive growth in the economy. Terry Scuoler, chief executive of trade body EEF, believes that a fundamental problem at the moment is that many government departments are... [more...]

  • British economy 'needs to become more dynamic'

    The government has been urged to make the country's economy "more dynamic" in order to move away from the difficult times caused by the recession. Michael Baxter, economist and editor at Investment and Business News, gave this view as he underlined that 2012 is not going be a... [more...]

  • Tips for stamping out gender inequality in the workplace

    A working environment in the UK whereby gender is considered a non-issue will likely never fully develop, according to a business expert. Anni Townend, leadership consultant, coach and author of Assertiveness and Diversity, believes that gender in the workplace will always be an issue in some... [more...]

  • Should lunch breaks be made mandatory?

    A business specialist has suggested that companies should make it compulsory for staff members to take their lunch breaks.Former Wall Street trader Frank Partnoy pointed out that the culture today is that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, dinner is the most enjoyable and lunch... [more...]

  • Amazon to hire 2,000 new workers

    Established online shopping website Amazon has revealed that it is looking to substantially enhance its workforce in the near future.The world's largest online retailer announced that it is hoping to hire up to 2,000 more people in the UK within the next two years.Once in employment, the new... [more...]

  • Older workers 'often offer stability and reliability'

    Business managers who are looking to enhance their workplace have been told of the benefits of hiring an older person. Dr Dianne Bown-Wilson, chief executive of In My Prime, pointed out that previous studies have shown that older workers tend to provide more stability in an office. "Once... [more...]

  • Apprenticeship rules 'need to be better enforced and regulated'

    There has been a call for the apprenticeship schemes in the UK to have stronger regulation and enforcement placed around them. The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has been a supporter of apprenticeships for many years, as well as being pleased with the efforts shown in this area by the previous and... [more...]

  • Every worker 'should have a role model'

    Staff members should aim to "invest in themselves and their careers", in order to boost their chances of landing a dream job.This is the opinion of Piya Khanna, founder, executive coach and change consultant at Change to Succeed, who also believes it is important for individuals to... [more...]

  • Download TV shows with the BBC iPlayer update

    BBC iPlayer now has the function for users to download their favourite TV programmes to their mobile devices and watch them at a later date.Until now, people could only stream television shows to their smartphones and tablet computers – a process which always required an internet... [more...]

  • London's finance sector 'flourished during Olympic Games'

    The London finance industry has performed exceptionally well during the Olympic Games, despite predictions of doom and gloom in the lead up to the sporting event.A study carried out by technology consultancy Portal highlighted that financial services firms in the capital have been the highest... [more...]

  • EU planning to weigh in on women in boardroom roles?

    Companies across Europe may soon be required by law to have women appointed in at least 40 per cent of seats on supervisory boards.A European Union (EU) proposal set to be published next month will outline plans for the quota to be put in place by 2020.Bloomsberg reported that a person familiar... [more...]

  • Britain named eighth most competitive country in the world

    The UK has improved its position as being one of the most competitive countries in the world, despite the ongoing economic concerns across the country.Switzerland-based World Economic Forum's (WEF's) Global Competitiveness Index has named Britain the eighth most competitive nation in the... [more...]

  • Tips for creating an excellent CV

    Jobseekers have been given advice on how they can boost their chances of employment with the aid of a standout resume.Munish Bhargava, author of Winning Resumes and Successful Interviews, believes that one highly important factor is to keep a CV short and to the point.He told Rediff.com:... [more...]

  • The concerns of business travellers revealed

    Business travellers have cited a number of issues when it comes to getting from A to B in order to fulfil their job commitments. In a new survey conducted by travel and expense management software provider Concur, 18 per cent of employees are often wary about travelling due to the receipts and... [more...]

  • Employees want to learn more about their payslip

    New research has revealed that many employees are eager to receive more details when it comes to understanding their payslip. A survey conducted by the Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) underlines that 53 per cent of staff members want to know more about their tax deductions. ... [more...]

  • Graduate jobs market 'is buoyant but largely hidden'

    The graduate recruitment market has been deemed "buoyant", with plenty of job opportunities available for those just leaving university. Dan Hawes, co-founder of Graduate Recruitment Bureau, delivered this view before stating that one major problem is that many positions are not being... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'can help part-time employees'

    More flexible working opportunities could soon be provided by businesses around the UK, but only for those who will be better suited to the strategy.This is the opinion of Phil Flaxton, the chief executive of Work Wise UK, who pointed out that there will not necessarily be increased flexibility... [more...]

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