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June 2009

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Tube strike reveals home working is undeveloped

12/06/2009

This week's industrial action by London Underground workers has demonstrated how badly prepared businesses are when it comes to letting their people work from home.Some firms clearly have not ...

Manchester tops London in desirability poll

10/06/2009

Manchester is one of the world's top 50 most liveable cities and was rated ahead of London, New York, Rome, Milan and Singapore.According to the Economist Intelligence Unit's global liveability ...

Sir Alan Sugar tells businesses to get their own apprentices

10/06/2009

Entrepreneur Sir Alan Sugar has told UK businesses they will benefit from taking on their own apprentices.By embracing apprenticeships firms will get motivated young people that will help them to ...

Pentland Firth has power firms queuing up

09/06/2009

The Crown Estate's Pentland Firth has attracted 42 applications to develop marine and wind power.Bids are for wave and tidal energy leases, which could lead to the creation of commercial energy sites ...

UK workers unsure about taking time off

08/06/2009

The economic downturn has left UK workers worried about taking time off from work.According to a poll conducted by Teletext holidays, more than a third of workers are concerned enough not to want to ...

Smoking costs workplace up to £2bn

08/06/2009

Smoking carries with it a £2 billion cost to industry, says the NHS.The London School of Economics (LSE), on behalf of NHS Somkefree, has estimated the cost to the manufacturing industry alone ...

Bonuses still used to attract staff, says REC

05/06/2009

Companies still use bonuses as an incentive when they look to hire new staff, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has revealed.The practice can be "key to bringing in the business ...

New retail jobs in Staffordshire

04/06/2009

Sainsbury's has announced the creation of a new supermarket in Leek, Staffordshire, that will help boost the region's retail jobs sector.According to the Sentinel, the company is looking to develop a ...

Manchester boosts construction jobs

04/06/2009

Construction jobs in Manchester look set to become more widely available in the coming years following a major investment form the city's council.Manchester city council has unveiled a new £700 ...

New mortgage approvals rise

03/06/2009

There has been a noticeable increase in new mortgage approvals in recent months, it has been revealed, which could offer some good news for the construction industry.Construction jobs have been hit ...

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