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Researchers working on advanced technologies to replace passwords with iris and fingerprint scans
Researchers from the International Center for Biometrics Research within the US-based Purdue University are working on advanced technologies that would enable the replacement of passwords with advanced technologies, such as iris and fingerprint scans.
Government pledges further support to protect interns’ rights to fair pay
Employment Relations Minister Jo Swinson has announced the release of new guidance produced by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), as a part of the Government’s ongoing campaign to protect the interns’ right to fair pay.
British firms’ negative attitude towards mobile working is counterproductive, new research reveals
Almost 25 percent of UK managers have a negative attitude towards flexible and work from home arrangements, in spite of the fact that this approach could adversely affect their companies’ bottom lines, a new research report by webexpenses has revealed.
One in six UK employees called in sick last year due to stress
Almost 5 million employees in the UK called in sick last year due to stress, leading to employers incurring costs of almost £460 million a day in lost wages, new research from life insurance and pensions provider Friends Life suggests.
Global biometrics market to reach $16.7 billion by 2019, new study reveals
The worldwide rise in the threat of terror will lead to a significant growth in the biometric systems’ segment, as they become a more compelling tool in the hands of the authorities, a new market study by WinterGreen Research has recently revealed.
Companies avoid hiring young people to fill sales positions, study reveals
A new poll by National Sales Awards sponsor Silent Edge has provided some interesting insights into the causes of the growing gap between rising youth unemployment and the businesses struggling to fill positions.
Rise in business confidence leads to fresh investment plans for SMEs
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the South East have serious plans to invest in growth over the next year, a brand-new market research study carried out by the Clydesdale Bank has revealed.
Job opportunities across the UK reach the highest level in 5 years
As the business confidence levels in the UK are currently on an ascending trend, the job market is also steadily growing, with more than 165,000 live job opportunities being recorded – the highest value since September 2008.
CBI raises UK growth forecasts, expects exports to pick up
CBI, the UK’s leading business group, has just officially released its revised forecast for the next few years, providing some pretty encouraging prospects in terms of growth and exports, a media news report on the matter has revealed.