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  • Retail store cards should be regulated, says YouGov survey

    A new survey by YouGov has shown that a considerable 86 per cent of the British public feel that there needs to be more governmental regulation of retail store cards.This was said to be the case because consumers are worried that they are not sufficiently protected when outlets fall into... [more...]

  • Immigration law - what do the changes mean for employers?

    Glyn Lloyd, an employment lawyer specialising in immigration law at Morgan Cole, has outlined what changes to immigration law may mean for employers, of which directors, boards and HR departments should all be aware.Writing for HR Magazine, he said the changes implemented at the start of this... [more...]

  • New Xbox launching May 21st

    Tech geniuses up and down the country have been speculating about the new Xbox console for quite some time. However, WindowsITPro blogger Paul Thurrott - dubbed "one of the biggest mouths in tech" by TechRadar.com -  has gone some way to dispel or confirm the myths surrounding its... [more...]

  • Ease red tape to boost employment, says Birmingham Chamber

    The Birmingham Chamber has urged the government to cut back on the rules and regulations restricting businesses in the region in order to curb unemployment figures for the region.Jobs figures for this area show that unemployment is the third highest out of all regions in the country, with a rate... [more...]

  • Companies missing out on sales due to information controls

    A new survey has shown that 40 per cent of companies have missed out on invaluable sales opportunities because employees were unable to access crucial information they needed to carry out their duties.One perhaps more worrying statistic highlighted by the Voltage Security survey revealed that as... [more...]

  • Manufacturing pay remains stable, EEF/JAM survey shows

    A new survey has revealed that in the three month period up to the end of March, salaries in the manufacturing sector remained broadly similar to the three months leading up to the end of February.The EEF - a manufacturers' organisation - and JAM Recruitment survey of 245 firms showed that... [more...]

  • 'Talking to people at work' matters to 22% of employees

    A new study looking into trends in the workplace has found that for a considerable 22 per cent of people, being able to talk to other people while at work is important to them in terms of how happy they are in their job.The survey by Surbiton High School revealed several other trends concerning... [more...]

  • Rise in permanent and temporary placements for Scots

    In positive news for the labour market in Scotland, figures have shown that last month there was an increase in the number of permanent and temporary work placements.After a fall in February, the statistics from a report by the Bank of Scotland compiled by Markit revealed that recruitment firms... [more...]

  • Online business 'thriving in the UK'

    With almost all companies which operate online having experienced growth over the last three years, online business is expanding at a rate 50 times faster than that of the UK economy.A survey by Barclays' Technology, Media and Telecoms industry team showed that online firms have surged by... [more...]

  • Skills deficit looming, says REC

    Despite data from the Office for National Statistics which revealed that employment rates remain relatively stable while unemployment levels have fallen slightly, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has commented that for those who are planning to recruit this year, there is not... [more...]

  • Employment programme in Wales 'beats target by 50%'

    In great news for employment prospects for young jobseekers in Wales, a programme to help them find employment has beaten its targets by 50 per cent.The South Wales Evening Post reported how Jobs Growth Wales - a £75 million scheme launched in April 2012 - has already created almost 6,000... [more...]

  • Syllabuses 'need to address shortage in young engineers'

    Neil Carberry, director for employment and skills at the UK's premier business lobbying organisation the Confederation of British Industry, has said schools' curriculums need to focus more on nurturing young engineering minds, as demand for talent is currently outstripping supply.While... [more...]

  • Better line management communication needed, say 72% of workers

    A new survey by Hillcroft House, a professional services company, has revealed 72 per cent of workers feel their line manager does not communicate with them effectively - not least until an appraisal is due.The UK Management Culture of Fear report also showed that many felt they would be happy... [more...]

  • Young workers 'more motivated by flexible working opportunities'

    A new report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has revealed that employees who were born between 1980 and 1995 - the so-called the 'millennial' generation - are far more motivated in their career by the ability to work more flexibly than they are by pay rises.The NexGen survey also showed... [more...]

  • New minimum wage rates approved

    The government has confirmed the new rates for the minimum wage in the UK, which will affect all employers as of October 1st this year.Accepting the independent Low Pay Commission's (LPC's) recommendations for this year's rates, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills... [more...]

  • Many companies 'feel vulnerable to IT breaches'

    New figures have shown that 45 per cent of firms feel their business is at risk of having data stolen or their website hacked into.A study commissioned by IT security specialist LogRhythm also revealed that one in ten employees has stolen data from their company having handed in their notice,... [more...]

  • Samsung to ship 10m units of new Galaxy S4

    South Korean tech giant Samsung is to ship around ten million units for the launch of its new Galaxy S4 handset at the end of the month in 50 countries - coming out in the UK on April 27th.Sources also told Digitimes that for the whole of the second quarter this year, it is predicted that the... [more...]

  • Hire staff in order to boost sales, says Barclays director

    Commenting on the findings of a recent report by the banking giant - the Barclays Job Creation Survey 2013 - director of Barclays Corporate Banking in the north-west Michael Hartig has suggested there may still be a tendency among companies, specifically those in the north-west, not to hire... [more...]

  • Flexible working is hugely beneficial, says Vodafone marketing director

    Vodafone marketing director Peter Boucher has outlined the numerous benefits to be reaped by employees who are able to be more flexible when it comes to their commercial operations.Writing in a column for the Guardian, he was quick to highlight that 'working from home' meant far from... [more...]

  • Skills from sales jobs are 'universally applicable'

    Senior vice president of recruiting at US insurance firm Combined Insurance Peter Leighton has highlighted the benefits of a career in sales, by pointing out that the competences acquired by doing such a job are highly transferrable."The skills that are gained from a sales job - such as... [more...]

  • Rain 'causes retail suffering'

    The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has released figures showing that the March freeze cost small enterprises in the UK around £174 million, with footfall in the retail sector 5.2 per cent lower for the month than it was a year ago, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) revealed.On... [more...]

  • Graduate recruitment 'not in decline'

    Alexandra Sinton, head of graduate recruitment at consultancy firm Logica/CGI, has said she does not think graduate recruitment is either currently in decline or headed that way.However, she went on to say: "There is definitely more competition for the 'best' graduates - those with... [more...]

  • Financial banking and sales 'should capitalise on social media'

    Global analyst firm Ovum has said banks and those in the financial sector should take heed of the opportunities presented by social media - which many are currently not yet exploiting.As technology continues to evolve at such a fast rate, retail banks in particular are being urged by the company... [more...]

  • FMCG sector 'spends most on digital advertising'

    New figures show that the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector is leading the way when it comes to spending on digital advertising campaigns in the UK.Last year, it occupied almost 16 per cent of the total spend on display ads, having almost doubled its market share in the last three years... [more...]

  • Job creation needed in north-east and Cumbria, says report

    Figures from the Northern Trades Union Congress have revealed that more job creation is needed in the north-east regions and Cumbria.Even though the coalition has announced the creation of jobs and surges in employment statistics, the report has shown that local authorities in these areas of the... [more...]

  • Workers 'blaming jobs for lack of exercise'

    A report called 12 Minutes More by Nuffield Health and the London School of Economics (LSE) has shown that four in ten workers are blaming their work for the fact that they are not getting enough exercise.According to the report, the country could save around £7 billion if only people... [more...]

  • People are the 'biggest risk a company needs to manage'

    A study by HR Magazine has revealed that in terms of enterprise management, people should be at the top of firms' priorities when it comes to weighing up potential risks within their company.As Will Davies, a director at Deloitte, said: "Any one person can bring a company down."The... [more...]

  • Young people are well worth recruiting, says Witney business chief

    The boss of a company in Witney has highlighted the benefits to be reaped by investing in fresh, young talent.James Woollard, head of the company Polythene UK, has adopted a policy to recruit only 16 to 24-year-olds who are not working or in educational or vocational training, reported the... [more...]

  • Medical sales need to be more informative, says international study

    An international study carried out involving Canadian, US and French physicians has revealed that many family doctors in these countries feel they do not receive enough - if any - information from those in medical sales jobs when they come knocking.Transparency is arguably one of the most... [more...]

  • Has leak revealed details of the Huawei Ascend W2?

    It has long been rumoured that Chinese mobile phone manufacturer Huawei is to release a high-end smartphone powered by Windows 8.However, the gossip could be about to come true, as a leak of a new gadget has appeared online and it appears to show the specification of such a handset.The leak is... [more...]

  • Pay differentiation 'works for sales roles'

    When it comes to pay rises, it is easy to differentiate between the best and worst performers in sales jobs as their professional prowess can be quantified against a concrete figure.This is what Chris Roebuck, professor of transformational leadership at Cass Business School and former global... [more...]

  • Gadgets make us better workers, say 58% of Brits

    New statistics reveal that 58 per cent of British workers believe that the wide array of electrical gadgets and gizmos filling their workplaces is making them more industrious.The results compiled by Warwick Business School and released by npower showed that one of the reasons for this was that... [more...]

  • One in five workers 'don't ever put pen to paper'

    While it is well known that technology has irreversibly and immeasurably transformed the working world, new statistics have revealed the perhaps shocking extent to which this is true.According to figures from a survey released by npower and produced by Warwick Business School, one in five... [more...]

  • Administrations 'at lowest level since 2005'

    A report by multinational professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has revealed that the number of companies filing for administration has dropped to the lowest level since 2005.Administrations fell by almost a third from 724 filed in the first quarter of 2012 to just 490 over the... [more...]

  • Male unemployment falls since 2009, says Halifax

    Halifax's annual examination of male and female experiences of the jobs market, amongst other studies, has shown that unemployment for men has fallen by 14 per cent since 2009 and the height of the financial crash.Regrettably this was not the case for female workers, for whom unemployment... [more...]

  • Study finds 5% of men decide to 'un-retire'

    A new study of 2,000 men aged between 50 and 74 by Ricky Kanabar from the University of York has shown that five per cent of respondents had taken the decision to 'un-retire'.The findings showed that the bulk of those going back into work were more skilled - taking up posts in managerial... [more...]

  • Best practice damages potential talent, says KPMG

    Global network of professional services firms KPMG has suggested businesses that adhere too strictly to what is deemed 'best practice' may in fact be hindering their commercial interests.Anna Marie Detert, the company's UK lead for talent, said such inflexibility could prove costly,... [more...]

  • British Insurance calls for greater job security

    British Insurance, one of the UK's leading independent providers of short-term income, mortgage and loan protection insurance, has urged the government to ensure greater job security for the 57 per cent of employees in the UK who are worried they are going to be made redundant.The results of... [more...]

  • Improvement for business conditions in UK construction

    The latest Purchasing Managers' Index survey by the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply has shown that business conditions in the construction sector - which accounts for about seven per cent of the UK economy - did not deteriorate in March by as much as they have been doing... [more...]

  • Driver crisis looming, says REC

    The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has forecast that the existing shortage of drivers in the UK jobs market is set to worsen over the next couple of years with the potential hindrance posed by driver certificates of professional competence.Government officials have announced... [more...]

  • Commercial cyber attacks set to increase

    The CBI, the UK's top business lobbying organisation, has revealed results from a BAE Systems Detica survey of strategic and IT decision-makers within companies, showing that 85 per cent believe the number of cyber attacks on UK businesses is set to increase over the next few years.Despite... [more...]

  • Mobile technology used to boost business

    With the exponential rise in the number of people using mobile and tablet devices, many businesses could boost their commercial prospects by harnessing the full potential of these new technologies.The benefits of mobile devices have been highlighted by news that charitable giving website... [more...]

  • Shopping centres boost retail sector

    The overall sum of all shopping centre deals for the first three months of this year came to a total of £1.43 billion - up 194 per cent on the first quarter of 2012, according to property agent Savills.This amount already comes to more than half of the investment in the market for 2012,... [more...]

  • BlackBerry 10 models ship 1m units

    In a nod to the popularity of its most recent model, BlackBerry has announced that it shipped around one million units of the brand new BlackBerry 10 models in the final quarter of 2012.Overall, the phone manufacturer shipped around six million smartphone units, as well as approximately 370,000... [more...]

  • Don't see poor interview technique let you down

    A survey of more than 2,000 16 to 24-year-olds has revealed that 42 per cent felt that poor interview technique has let them down in the past when meeting prospective employers.The findings by job site Fish4jobs showed that a further 23 per cent found it difficult to ascertain how skills... [more...]

  • Output increase for 40% of businesses

    In good news for the British business economy - and therefore arguably also the jobs market - official figures from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills have revealed that the proportion of companies in England reporting improved output in Q4 2013 was up 40 per cent on Q3.In terms... [more...]

  • Service sector 'enjoys 0.3% boost in January'

    Figures from the Office for National Statistics have revealed that the service sector experienced a 0.3 per cent boost in January this year, with the greatest gains coming from business services & finance (0.8 per cent) and government & other services (0.9 per cent).Such data from the... [more...]

  • Good time to be in marketing, says APSCo

    A report compiled for the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has revealed that jobs in the marketing and media sectors are continuing to grow, rendering the industries a good place for jobseekers to start looking for work.The findings suggested that perhaps there is a... [more...]

  • Women 'more satisfied by running their own business'

    New research by the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has revealed that women who take the plunge and start their own business have enhanced job satisfaction and a better work-life balance.The Herald Scotland reported how job satisfaction rose from 55 to 75 per cent - with 100 per cent being complete... [more...]

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