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November 2007

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CO2 making UK staff 'less productive'


High levels of CO2 in UK offices may be having a negative effect on employee productivity and overall wellbeing, according to recent research from KPMG.A study conducted by Big Four accountancy firm ...

Accountants call for HMRC inquiry


The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has called for an independent inquiry into the HM Revenue & Customs' (HMRC) data handling procedures. Following the loss of the ...

Increasing demand for accountants hits the City


Rises in oil prices are forcing big firms to seek top City accountants in order to manage the current surge in business, industry reports claim. Leading operators such as BP, Shell and Halliburton ...

Leading retailer recoups hope for Christmas period


Department store brand John Lewis has recorded an increase in sales following a recent lull, reports claim. The retailer reported a recent drop in sales, marking a 15.8 per cent loss compared to the ...

Gov announces more funding for apprenticeships


The government has unveiled a new skills and learning funding programme to boost the nation's job prospects.Over the next three years an annual investment of over £11 billion will go towards ...

TUC calls for widespread employment rights


The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has called for all UK workers to have the right to request a better work/life balance from employers.Speaking at a conference in London today (Thursday) TUC general ...

M&S launches 2007 grad recruitment scheme


Retail giant Marks & Spencer has recently announced the opening of applications for its graduate recruitment scheme.The high street chain is set to recruit over 200 graduates and undergraduates ...

CBI issues warning to gov on British employment


The government needs to address the current UK skills gap and the numbers of people on sickness benefits for the initiative of 'British jobs for British workers' to work, warns the Confederation of ...

Knitwear firm gets recruitment, training boost


Textiles company Hawick Knitwear has been awarded approximately £100,000 to recruit and train 30 new retail employees by the Scottish Enterprise borders fund. The funding will enable the company ...

Flexible working remains high on employee agenda


Recent discussions calling for increased flexible working options are likely to have sprung from the government's agenda to expand the workforce and enhance the UK talent pool in the interests of ...

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