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April 2009

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PwC: Recession will bring opportunity for manufacturing


Professional services company PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has said the recession could be a time of opportunity for UK's manufacturing industries.The company's director of strategy Matthew Alabaster ...

European unemployment hits three-year high


Unemployment in Europe reached 8.9 per cent in March, according to official statistics from the European Union (Eurostat).The rate is the highest since 2005 and is pressurising European legislators ...

Europe could get tough with Bankers


The European Commission could act to reclaim some of the wages paid to City bankers.Europe's internal markets commissioner, Charlie McGreevy, said he would put forward legislation which would give ...

Swine flu pandemic could disrupt business, warns CIPD


If swine flu was to spread and reach pandemic proportions business would be badly affected, says the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).According to the body, firms should have ...

CIPD: Equalities Bill will not close pay gap


The Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) has warned that forcing firms to publish pay audits will not solve pay inequality.The institute's reward advisor, Charles Cotton, warned that ...

Women invited to IT show


Women who work in IT are being invited to attend a free conference devised to help them succeed in the field.Organised by and the British Computer Society (BCS), the one-day ...

Govt hopes summer internships will help graduates


The government hopes that its summer internship initiatives will help new graduates to find work.Announcing the Graduate Talent Pool, skills secretary John Denham said no-one is immune to the ...

Young people more likely to lie on their CV


A new study has revealed that the younger you are, the more likely you are to lie about details on your CV.Research by Callcredit Direct revealed the full scale of inaccuracies and discovered that ...

Firms still hiring technology workers


Companies are still hoping to take on staff for jobs in information technology, a new survey has revealed.According to the certification body for security professionals (ISC)2, more than four in ten ...

Firms may have to publish staff salaries


Firms may be required to publish the salaries of their staff, under the terms of the Equalities Bill announced today.By producing gender pay audits, companies would then make it clear if they paid ...

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