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Smoking costs workplace up to £2bn


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


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 ...

CIPD supports reducing paternity leave


The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has said it supports the government's decision to review planned paternity leave arrangements, People Management Online has ...

Brokers say social responsibility should be part of all our lives


Corporate social responsibility should be part of fims' business and our everyday lives, says the British Insurance Brokers Association (Biba)Addressing its recent annual conference Erin Brockovich ...

BSA: Firms using unlicensed software are negligent


The Business Software Alliance (BSA) has said firms that using unlicensed software are acting negligently.Not all cases of illegal software use are intentional, the group has acknowledged - as ...

Govt says employ UK workers first


The government has said firms have to do more to recruit British workers before they resort to advertising for overseas talent.By tightening the resident labour market test, firms now have to do more ...

Irish employers discriminate against non-Irish applicants


Job applicants with an Irish name are twice as likely to be called for interview, says the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).Researchers submitted identical CVs, which differed only in ...

PwC takes on 125 graduates


PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has hired 125 graduates for its training schemes.The professional services firm is looking to recruit 1,000 staff this year as part of its national recruitment drive.In ...

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 ...

HR professionals cautious about CIPD standards map


Human resources workers have given a mixed reception to a skills map devised by the Chartered Institution of Personnel Development.The HR Profession Map was created to help HR workers better ...

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