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October 2008

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Construction jobs created by Tyne Tunnel


Thousands of jobs in construction have been created by the building of the second Tyne Tunnel. Work has now kicked off on the massive £260 million project which will link north and south ...

Construction jobs 'hit hardest'


UK construction jobs have been among those hardest hit by the credit crunch, Building has reported.On Monday, it was announced up to 8,000 jobs could go in Northern Ireland because of the tightening ...

Private sector staff received best pay increases


Workers in the private sector received better pay rises than those in the public sector, a pay deal survey has revealed.During 2007-08, energy, mining and nuclear workers benefited from the highest ...

Retailers struggle to return profits


Retailers have struggled to make sales and could face a difficult Christmas, figures released by the Confederation of British Industry suggest.More than a quarter (27 per cent) of retailers said ...

Legal jobs 'remain a popular option'


Young people are continuing to train for legal jobs with the Crown Prosecution Service saying that its graduate trainee schemes are oversubscribed.A spokeswoman for the group said that this year they ...

Pay cuts taken to save construction jobs


Construction workers have agreed to take a pay cut in order to reduce the number of people who will lose their jobs. Employees at construction equipment manufacturer JCB will have their pay reduced ...

Retail jobs could open up in Lincoln


Opportunities for people looking for jobs in retail could come about after plans to give a local shopping centre a major facelift have been unveiled, it has been reported. A £7 million cash ...

Unions disappointed with M&S verdict


The GMB Union has said it was disappointed Marks and Spencer upheld its sacking of an employee, for telling the media its plans to cut redundancy pay.Tony Goode was fired for gross misconduct having ...

Green Party calls for 'living wage'


The Green Party has called for a new 'living wage' for British workers.Caroline Lucas MP claims many thousands of UK residents are living in poverty and would benefit from a more realistic pay ...

Back and joint pain 'ignored'


Employers have failed to understand the seriousness of back and joint pain in the workplace, according to one expert.Osteopath Kelston Chorley from the British Osteopathic Association said he was ...

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