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Europe’s largest engineering conglomerate will be investing over £80 million to build an offshore wind turbine production facility in the more ›
The Government has vowed to take further responsibility to help the young unemployed back into work but it did not go far enough, according to business and financial advisor Grant more ›
The Government will set up a two billion pound ‘Green Investment Bank’ which will support offshore wind energy, as outlined by the Chancellor in the 2010 more ›
Chancellor Alistair Darling has announced the implementation of tough spending cuts after the general more ›
In the Chancellor’s 2010 Budget report outlined today, Alistair Darling confirmed that the 50p tax rate will come into force this year from 6th more ›
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HR Management
EXCLUSIVE: Facebook's Global Head of Diversity shares inclusion plans
Facebook hopes to crowd source solutions to Silicon Valley’s diversity problems in order to create a more inclusive tech sector according to the social media giant’s Global Head of more ›
Ex-lorry driver lands NASA role
A former lorry driver from Northern Ireland has landed a dream job with more ›
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M&S worker given suspended sentence after spending £11,000 of company money
A Marks and Spencer employee has been given a 12 months suspended sentence for two years after spending more than £11,000 of company more ›
HR Management
Hundreds of police investigated over Facebook and Twitter breaches
Inappropriate behaviour by police on social media has led to hundreds of police being investigated - with nearly one in ten (nine per cent) leading to dismissal, resignation or more ›
HR News
Students choosing entry-level roles to avoid university debts
Students are being tempted away from university education to take on entry-level role, due to the high fees and lengthy loans more ›
BSkyB pledges to hit 20% ethnic minority target by 2016
Broadcaster Sky has pledged that ethnic minorities will make up 20% of writers and actors for its UK-commissioned TV shows by more ›
600,000 jobs promised in Varsity Line revival plans
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Engineering jobs up by more than a third
According to figures released by recruitment software provider, Recruitive, there has been a surge in the number of UK engineering jobs advertised in more ›