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Tube strike reveals home working is undeveloped


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 ...

Sir Alan Sugar tells businesses to get their own apprentices


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 ...

UK workers unsure about taking time off


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 ...

Honda re-starts production


Automotive giant Honda has restarted production at its Swindon plant following a four-month break.Workers returned to their posts today as the plant went back into operation. The decision to delay ...

Mandelson trying to confirm car jobs remain


Business minister Lord Mandelson is trying to confirm if jobs at one of Britain's biggest car manufacturers remain open.The Vauxhall brand is a smaller part of troubled US motor giant General Motors ...

Irish software firm takes on 500 more workers than planned.


The Irish software publisher Blizzard Entertainment has become so successful it has taken on 400 more staff than it originally planned to.Best known for its creation of World of Warcraft - a ...

Welsh workers most flexible, study finds


Workers in Wales are most likely to have embraced flexible working practices and work from home, new research has revealed.According to a study published by YouGov and mobile phone firm Orange, ...

Britain should unlock its talent, says minister


It is time Britain realised it has got talent and moved to unlock it, Alan Milburn Labour MP for Darlington has said.New research by the Access to Professions Panel found that Britain is divided when ...

Union calls for public sector 'to lead the way'


The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) has said the public sector should lead the economy in its recovery.Government should not think to cut back services, especially when people are becoming ...

Business travellers want touches of home


Workers who need to travel as part of their job miss home and seek hotels that offer similar comforts, says online accommodation expert LateRooms.The firm has noted an increase in clients wanting ...

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