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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 UK... read 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 Thornton... read 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 Budget... read more ›
Chancellor Alistair Darling has announced the implementation of tough spending cuts after the general election... read 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 April... read more ›
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Compensation & Benefits
  The long awaited iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has just been launched and is now available to pre-order... read more ›
Estate agent sacked after stealing chocolate bar
An estate agent has been fired after a tenant’s security camera caught him stealing a chocolate bar from a flat... read more ›
HR News
 'No Jews' - security guard at Sports Direct fired after refusing schoolboys entry
A security guard working at a Sports Direct store has been fired from the security firm that supplied him, after he reportedly told two schoolboys: ‘No Jews, no Jews’ before refusing to allow them into the shop... read more ›
Employee Relations
EDF boss warns staff of Scottish independence risk
The CEO of energy firm EDF has warned 15,000 staff of risks should they vote for Scottish independence... read more ›
Employee Relations
British workers more financially secure compared to other Europeans, but are unhappy in jobs
British workers feel their financial well-being is ‘thriving’ and have a stronger sense of security compared to most Europeans, but many do not enjoy their jobs, a new study has revealed... read more ›
HR News
Smart dressers fare better in British workplaces
Workers in the UK dress smartly for fear of being judged on their professional performance, according to research commissioned by the Business is GREAT campaign... read more ›
HR Management
The acquisition and development of talent is a top priority for business executives today, but as business priorities have changed in recent years, so too have the scope and function of talent management... read more ›
Women with no children 'come closer to having it all' says Kirstie Allsopp
TV presenter, Kirstie Allsopp has claimed women who know they do not want children come closer to 'having it all' than those that start a family... read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
DHL launches employability programme for ex-servicemen
Leading logistics provider DHL has launched a Military Employability Programme for drivers across its network of 400 operations... read more ›
Walmart VP resigns over CV lie
Walmart’s Vice President of Communications and spokesman for the supermarket chain has resigned after it was revealed he had lied on his CV... read more ›