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  • Government pledges to do more to protect whistleblowers

    Following the recent scandal surrounding the blacklisting of construction workers, the government has announced that it will be doing more to protect whistleblowers in the future.Employment relations minister Jo Swinson said: "The protection offered by whistleblowing legislation is strong,... [more...]

  • £6 million bursary for aerospace engineering graduates and employees

    The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced the launch of a new governmental bursary worth £6 million to pay for 500 new graduates and employees to study for masters degrees in aerospace engineering.In a joint venture with the UK aerospace industry which has pledged... [more...]

  • UK labour market continues to defy the doom-mongers, says REC

    The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has said the population should feel positive in light of results regarding the UK labour market released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).Director of policy and professional services with the organisation Tom Hadley claimed that the... [more...]

  • Financial crisis 'has caused 3.7 million redundancies'

    A report by the Jobs Economist consultancy has estimated that the financial crash that has crippled economies the world over since 2008 has caused 3.7 million redundancies in the UK.Interestingly, the study revealed that of those losing their jobs, almost two-thirds were men - although, that is... [more...]

  • British Gas announces plans to create 1,000 more jobs

    A collaboration between British Gas, environmental charity Global Action Plan and Accenture is set to create 1,000 skilled, green jobs over the next three years - roles which the firms intend to fill by recruiting currently unemployed young people.The move will not only benefit young jobseekers... [more...]

  • Managers 'need guidance to improve too'

    Once employees have risen to the lofty heights of managerial positions, it becomes increasingly easy to forget they may still need guidance and feedback from human resources (HR) departments.John Telfer, managing director at management consultancy firm Inspiring Business Performance, reported in... [more...]

  • Heinz bought out in record-breaking merger worth $28bn

    Heinz has entered into an agreement to be bought by the world's third and 69th richest men, Warren Buffett and Jorge Paulo Lemann, in a record-breaking deal for the food industry.Shareholders of the company are set to receive $72.50 (£47.98) in cash for each share owned as the overall... [more...]

  • Sony to launch new PlayStation this year

    Sony has announced that it intends to release the next-generation PlayStation this year in order to keep up with rivals releasing new versions of their own games consoles, with speculation rife that Microsoft will be releasing a successor to the Xbox 360 later this summer.The launch would... [more...]

  • People paying the price to keep their jobs, says Labour

    In response to the Labour Market Statistics released this week by the Office for National Statistics, Liam Byrne - Labour's shadow work and pensions secretary - has said people are financially losing out because of the lack of jobs.As people become increasingly desperate either in the search... [more...]

  • IT sector workers 'search most for income protection insurance'

    Despite labour market statistics revealing that employment trends are heading in a positive direction with a further quarterly drop in unemployment figures at the end of last year, research shows that many people are still erring on the side of caution and seeking out income protection - with... [more...]

  • Costa highlights need for more jobs

    Recent news that 1,701 applications were filed for just eight positions at a new branch of Costa coffee has highlighted just how many people are looking for work in the UK.Of the positions, three were full-time and the other five were part-time roles.Spokespeople for the coffee chain said they... [more...]

  • South-east has highest employment levels, says report

    Regional labour market data released yesterday (February 20th) by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown that employment rates are the highest in the south-east of England with 75 per cent of people in jobs.The south-east also enjoyed holding the crown for the lowest claimant count... [more...]

  • Labour market statistics reveal record number of people in work

    Figures released by the Office for National Statistics yesterday (February 20th) have revealed that the jobs markets is showing positive signs of a recovery and a strong resilience to the struggling economy.For young people aged 16 to 64, the employment rate for the final quarter of last year... [more...]

  • Retail sales figures reveal declines for January

    Figures released by the Office for National Statistics have shown that year-on-year growth for seasonally adjusted retail sales estimates dropped by 0.6 per cent last month - the first time since August 2011.The results showed that it was the smaller businesses that tended to suffer the most,... [more...]

  • Over 1,300 people a day helped by insurers, says research

    Figures show that last year, insurance providers helped an average of 1,300 people every day to cover the enormous costs of repairing damage caused by storms and floods.Aside from being extremely unpleasant, stormy weather can more importantly be financially ruinous. While people may resent... [more...]

  • Strong rise in permanent placements, says Bank of Scotland

    New figures from the Bank of Scotland have revealed that the beginning of this year saw a solid rise in permanent placements - albeit at the slowest rate in three months.Recruitment agencies have put this down to steady economic growth as the UK economy slowly claws its way back from a deep... [more...]

  • Millions of workers 'eat three meals a day at their desks'

    While it is one thing having to work through the lunch hour shovelling in food from a lunch box while formatting spreadsheets and listening in on a conference call all at the same time, recent research has revealed that millions of workers are in fact eating all three meals at their... [more...]

  • Blacklisting of workers was ignored by government, BBC finds

    A BBC investigation has found that the last government did not act on tip-offs from a whistleblower about the blacklisting of workers.According to the report, Bernard Carter from the Department of Trade and Industry met with former construction HR executive Alan Wainwright in 2007 at a hotel in... [more...]

  • £19bn profit fall for general insurers

    New statistics have revealed a fall in profit for general insurers of around £19 billion, or 25 per cent, in 2011 from a pre-crash high for the industry in 2007.The research by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) highlighted how insurers have struggled since the financial crisis hit and... [more...]

  • Customer service 'trumps financial incentives'

    A report has revealed that competitive prices or financial incentives are unlikely to tempt consumers who value excellent customer service levels far more highly, despite the financial pressures under which many people find themselves.The findings by KPMG showed that people feel more secure... [more...]

  • Apple iWatch rumours continue to spread

    According to two people privy to Apple's plans, the technology giant is currently mobilising about 100 designers who are working on a wristwatch gadget, which will be able to carry out some of the functions that are currently performed by the iPad and iPhone.The sources, who wished not to be... [more...]

  • Beercade: the ultimate arcade game

    A company has arguably designed the perfect arcade game as a marketing tool for a brewery - namely a shoot 'em up arcade game, in which players win actual beer instead of points or money.Mckinney Ten Percent masterminded the project in order to help promote the Big Boss Brewing Company.... [more...]

  • Number of jobseekers using mobile devices to search for work 'more than doubles'

    Recent research has shown that the number of people using mobile devices to search for employment has more than doubled annually, equating to an increase of 101.6 per cent.C&M Recruitment Consultancy found that the number of people searching for vacancies in this way illustrates how new... [more...]

  • Government 'must address employment discrimination against people with schizophrenia'

    A new report by The Work Foundation that looked into why the eight per cent employment level among people with schizophrenia was so much lower than the national average (71 per cent) found it was due to a lack of understanding, stigma, fear and discrimination towards people with the disorder.The... [more...]

  • BRC seeking views on food packaging

    Following a prediction from Visiongain that consumer goods packaging market is to be worth $436.5 billion (£278.9 billion) this year, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) is launching investigations - in collaboration with the Department of Health - seeking views about what and how... [more...]

  • McDonald's CEO seeks to champion 'positive force of businesses'

    As many large businesses are coming under fire due to tax evasion scandals and the way in which they source food content, the chief executive officer (CEO) of McDonald's Jill McDonald has called for the positive impact of businesses in the UK to be highlighted to the nation.Ms McDonald, who... [more...]

  • Mind your 'p's and 'q's at work, says study

    A new study has revealed that millions of employees haven't had a thank you from their boss in over a year, leading more than half of those surveyed to reveal that they do not think they receive sufficient credit for their efforts at work.The research commissioned by Avery Rewards showed... [more...]

  • EU launches new cyber security plan for businesses

    The European Commission has launched a new initiative to address the importance and facilitation of cyber security for businesses within the bloc.With commercial interests increasingly playing out online and more and more companies relying on paperless office systems, cyber security has never... [more...]

  • IFS predicts public sector employment to fall

    In an annual analysis of the government’s spending plans, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has forecast employment within the public sector to fall by 1.2 million jobs by 2018.Due to a continually weak economy, the report predicts that further public sector jobs will have to be... [more...]

  • Businesses to receive funds for skills programmes

    The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced that employers, regardless of their sector or size, are now able to apply for funds from a £240 million pot in order to finance skills training programmes within their enterprises.So far, the Employer Ownership Pilot has... [more...]

  • Chemicals industry regulations reconsidered

    The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has announced that the government will be working closely with the chemicals industry in order to make regulatory rules and procedures both more effective and less of a burden.Entitled Focus on Enforcement, the report outlines necessary... [more...]

  • Cambridge, Oxford and Edinburgh 'best UK cities for business'

    A survey has revealed that the best city for business in the UK is Cambridge, followed closely by Oxford and Edinburgh.Based on 20 factors relating to business competitiveness and success in various towns and cities across the UK, the research by Santander also considered different boroughs of... [more...]

  • BlackBerry 10 boosts company's prospects

    According to the chief executive of BlackBerry, sales of the new BlackBerry 10 models have been a lot better than expected.Thorstein Hein announced this week that a considerable number of users had moved from other devices to the new handsets, which critics had blasted as being... [more...]

  • Retail organisation calls for change in legislation

    PopUp Britain, part of a larger organisation called StartUp Britain, is urging the government to reconsider the legislation which is currently hindering the fast-track re-opening of empty shops across the country.Certain high street retailers have hit the headlines recently for going into... [more...]

  • Study reports encouraging January for retail sector

    Despite the freezing weather stranding many people at home and unable to go out to work - let alone shop - a survey by KPMG and the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has revealed "encouraging" retail data for January.According to the findings, UK retail sales values increased 1.9 per... [more...]

  • Young people 'need basic skills'

    Following news last week that business leaders recognised the importance of a 'back-basics' approach to management at the Chartered Management Institute Management Book of the Year ceremony, the importance of instilling these basic skills in young jobseekers has also been underlined.The... [more...]

  • Skills mismatching 'adversely affects employment rates'

    With increasing numbers of people searching for employment, many are finding they do not have the skills required for certain jobs, which is having a negative impact on employment rates.Despite many developed countries boasting job vacancies, unemployment rates are not going down because of a... [more...]

  • GSK to report earnings data tomorrow

    Lucozade and Ribena owner GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is due to report its annual results tomorrow (February 6th).Experts have revealed that they expect the sales decline to have eased in the final quarter of last year, offering a more positive start to 2013 for the pharmaceutical giant.Following... [more...]

  • Construction PMI records fall in output

    UK construction companies have indicated that 2013 began with a slight reduction in business activity, despite the rate of contraction remaining unchanged from the previous month.The Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) - an indicator of overall output for a sector -... [more...]

  • Number of new City jobs trebles, study shows

    Having hit its lowest point since before the credit crunch in December last year, a report has revealed that the number of new City jobs has trebled.Roughly 2,509 new City jobs were created last month, up from just 802 jobs in the equivalent month the year before, Astbury Marsden reported.When... [more...]

  • Business confidence improves in January

    Surveys released by Icaew/Grant Thornton and Lloyd's Bank have revealed today (February 4th) that business confidence within the UK economy is sitting at a ten-month high.The former report has made a prediction that the surge in its business confidence index from 4.2 at the end of 2012 to... [more...]

  • UK manufacturing at 16-month high

    Despite the UK's GDP dropping by 0.3 per cent in the fourth quarter of 2012, the country's manufacturing sector has undergone a positive start to the year.According to the manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) produced by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply and... [more...]

  • BlackBerry 10 launches - but the Americans will have to wait

    The long-awaited BlackBerry 10 phones, officially released yesterday (January 31st), have now become exclusively available at Phones 4u on the EE, Three, Vodafone and O2 networks. The release includes two models - the BlackBerry Z10 and Q10.Phones 4u celebrated the launch of BlackBerry's... [more...]

  • Samsung doubles shares of tablet PC market

    The maker of the well-known range of Galaxy tablet computers, Samsung, has doubled its share of the tablet market.Research from IDC reveals that Samsung sold 7.9 million units in Q4 2012 - up from 2.2 million a year ago - which took its market share to 15.1 per cent, up from 7.3 per cent in the... [more...]

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