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80 percent of new private sector jobs are created in London, report says
Close to 80% of national private sector jobs were created in the Greater London Area between 2010 and 2012, a report by leading urban economic Think Tank, Centre for Cities, has revealed.
UK economy grows by 1.9% in 2013, the fastest rate since 2007, says ONS report
The UK economy grew by 0.7% in Q4, 2013, with the annual growth rate rising to 1.9%, the UK’s fastest annual rate of growth since 2007, figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have revealed.
Flexible working options for all employees get further delayed
Existing plans to introduce the right to request flexible working for all employees have been further postponed by delays to the Children and Families Bill, a news media news report on this matter has revealed.
Prisoners participating in educational courses are less likely to reoffend, research suggests
Prisoners in jails across England and Wales who participate in educational courses are much less likely to reoffend after being released, a brand new research carried out by the Ministry of Justice has revealed.
RFID adoption soaring across the retail sector, market study suggests
The adoption of RFID-based access control and inventory monitoring/management solutions is growing at a steady pace across the retail sector, a new ChainLink Research report, sponsored by Tyco Retail Solutions, has revealed.
Recruitment levels soaring in British professional job market
A global survey carried out by Antal International discovered that the United Kingdom’s job market has improved by 10 per cent year-on-year over the course of 2013, an impressive 5% over the global average.
UK economy to grow by 2.4% in 2014, optimistic IMF report suggests
The International Monetary Fund is expected to raise its UK growth forecasts for 2014 from 1.9% to 2.4%, which would push up the country’s growth forecasts by more than for any other major economy.
Tensor set to play key role in S-IMPLER solid wall insulation retrofit research project
As part of a major initiative to address lean energy efficient retrofit of 1950s solid wall homes, the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE) is set to launch S-IMPLER, a new research and demonstration project that has been specifically designed to help the r
Minimum wage penalty to reach £20,000 under Government crackdown
Companies who fail to pay their employees the national minimum wage will face significantly increased penalties, as part of a Government crackdown, with the value of the maximum fines quadrupling compared to current values.