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BG Group bows to shareholder pressure on CEO pay
Oil and gas exploration giant BG Group has bowed to investor pressure and its incoming Chief Executive’s pay package... read more ›
The government has announced the most comprehensive reforms of the framework for directors’ remuneration in a decade... read more ›
The government’s Regional Growth Fund to support private sector jobs has not generated maximum value for money, a new report suggests... read more ›
Immigration staff are planning to stage a one day strike in a clash with Government over public sector pensions... read more ›
The average monthly take home pay reflects the announcement that the UK is now in the midst of a double-dip recession... read more ›
Employees are abandoning corporate and individual pension schemes and preferring to trust other vehicles, such as ISAs... read more ›
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has appointed a new Chairman... read more ›
One quarter of companies think that employment will be lower this year, according to a new survey... read more ›
Fred Goodwin, the former chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland, has had his knighthood removed after heavy criticism for his role in the bank’s near-collapse... read more ›
Inflation outstripping pay, employers struggling to raise salary and employees expecting to opt-out of retirement savings are all reasons why the Institute of Directors (IoD) believes that auto-enrolment should be postponed until 2014... read more ›
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HR Management
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Internal Communications
MP's lost phones and tablets could put UK at risk to data breach
The news that smartphones and tablets were among the most common items in the Lost and Found Department in Westminster has highlighted the importance of teaching staff to be more careful with devises that could carry sensitive data...
British Airways crusade for more females in the cockpit
They first employed a female pilot in 1987 and BA continues to strive for more women in the cockpit today...
Global brands back campaign for responsible recruitment
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HR Management
Jamie Oliver goes back to school to gain 'proper knowledge'
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver who left school at 16 just with two GCSEs is studying Food Nutrition at St Mary’s University in Twickenham, Greater London...
Industrial Relations
Apple CEO 'deeply offended' by staff mistreatment allegations
Two of the biggest names at Apple, CEO Tim Cook and SVP Jeff Williams, have written to around 5,000 staff across the UK to say they are “deeply offended” by BBC allegations that the tech giant mistreats staff in China...
Delivery driver deficit could spell Christmas dinner disaster
Britain faces a shortfall of more than 45,000 lorry drivers, according to two drivers’ associations...
HR Management
Yahoo's Marissa Mayer: No degree, no job for Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow may have a successful lifestyle blog, GOOP, and a bestselling cookery book to her name, but that was not enough to secure a position at Yahoo...
Women to join British infantry by 2016
Women could be allowed to serve in British infantry units for the first time by 2016, due to an Army review of the ban on women serving in close combat...
British jobs to be offered to British workers first following EU deal
British job seekers will be offered UK job opportunities first, ahead of EU job seekers after a new deal was negotiated by Employment Minister Esther McVey Under Brussels rules any jobs that the Government posted through its official Universal Jobmatch website are also allowed to be posted on the EURES website which is accessible to anyone in the EU...