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British companies plan to hire fewer people in Q4, study reveals
UK companies have dramatically slashed their hiring intentions for Q4, 2014, with the national outlook reaching +6%, down from +8% in the previous three months, data published in the most recent Manpower Employment Outlook Survey was able to reveal.
Biometric Access Control Systems to witness highest growth by 2019, research suggests
Biometric access control systems’ market is set to record the highest level of growth by 2019, a recent market research report by Persistence Market Research has suggested.
Near half of London firms complain about skills shortage, new survey reveals
45 percent of London firms have complained about a serious skills shortage that’s currently affecting the capital’s workforce, figures obtained from the latest CBI/KPMG London Business Survey were able to reveal.
Employees suffering from work-related stress are less engaged, study reveals
Over 50 percent of employees suffering from stress at work are “disengaged”, research carried out by professional services company Towers Watson was recently able to reveal.
Industrial fire on Hampshire estate injures firefighters
Several explosions and a powerful fire on the industrial estate in Cracknore Hard, Marchwood, Hampshire have left 4 firefighters injured, a recent news report on the matter was able to reveal.
Highly-skilled foreign workers contribute up to £210 billion to the economy, report says
Skilled foreign workers have a very positive impact on the UK economy, generating close to 15 per cent of total gross value added (GVA), a recent report by Lloyds Bank was able to reveal.
Most businesses fail to use data effectively, IT professionals warn
Only around a quarter of firms manage to use the various types of data they collect in an effective manner, a recent survey of 288 IT professionals was able to reveal.
British employees work 6.5 extra hours to cover for colleagues’ absence
A survey of 1,000 UK full-time workers has revealed that 88% are taking on additional work to cover for absent colleagues, some of them clocking up an average 6.5 extra working hours each week.
Majority of small and medium enterprises plan to invest in Q3, survey reveals
Small and medium enterprises across the North West are planning to invest in new technology and equipment, staff recruitment and management, as well as staff training in Q3, 2014, a survey carried out by Bibby Financial Services (BFS) was able to