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November 2007

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Grid and Lehman review advisers


A flurry of activity has gripped the city as top UK law firms scramble to carry favour with two of Europe's most-coveted legal clients, both of whom are reviewing their roster of external ...

Millions of bogus construction workers costing UK


Construction union Ucatt has revealed that an estimated 50 per cent of those working in the construction industry are operating under "bogus self-employment", costing the Exchequer billions ...

Tory MPs to host construction industry seminar


Conservative party leaders are planning to hold a summit for construction companies and trade association chiefs in April next year, reports claim. In the run up to the next government election, Tory ...

Gender equality 'improving for accountants'


The accountancy profession can offer women in the workplace a more level playing field as more and more firms recognise the importance of staff retention, according to a new survey. Recent research ...

British workforce 'putting in longer hours'


Employees in the UK are working increasingly longer hours with more than one in eight of the nation's workforce recording more than 48-hour weeks, the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has revealed. New ...

Conflicting calls over minimum wage reviews


The British Shops and Stores Association (BSSA) has called for a government review of the formula for setting the national minimum wage as it is having a negative impact on local retailers. A new ...

Electronic footprint 'could jeopardise future career'


Millions of young people throughout the UK could be damaging their future career prospects as well as risking identity fraud with their online footprint, new research reveals. A new survey from the ...

More firms offering freelance jobs


Increasing numbers of companies are recognising the benefits of hiring freelancers, creating a wider market for those who require temporary, contract-based positions, says one UK freelance network. ...

Staff meal skipping 'costs UK business billions'


UK businesses record an estimated cost of £8.1 billion or 46.5 million working days each year in lost productivity due to employees skipping breakfast, a new survey has found. Research carried ...

Lawyers 'take most sick days'


Lawyers take more sick days off work with cold and flu symptoms than any other sector, according to a new survey from Multibionta Immune Support. The figures revealed that in the past year lawyers ...

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