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Tensor plc achieves NSI NACOSS Gold Certification for Access Control, CCTV and Intruder Alarms
Tensor plc, the UK based, award winning market leader in the design, manufacture and installation of security, access control, attendance monitoring and energy management solutions, is proud to announce that it has been awarded the NACOSS Gold Certification by the National Security Inspectorate (
Construction and manufacturing businesses report highest level of confidence, survey reveals
Small or medium enterprises in the construction and manufacturing sectors are the most confident when it came to their ability to raise finance for investment purposes, figures obtained from a survey conducted on behalf of alternative finance company Platform Black was able to reveal.
Warehouse fire forces online retailer ASOS to stop taking orders
A fire at ASOS‘ warehouse near Grimethorpe in Barnsley has destroyed 20% of the company’s stock and forced the online retailer to temporarily stop taking orde
CSCS demonstrates smartcard efficiency for attendance recording on construction sites
The CSCS, the leading certification card scheme for the construction industry, has recently posted a short video promoting the use of CSCS SmartCards for recording attendance at on-site training quickly and efficiently.
Employers should monitor candidate experience more closely, professional HR report suggests
HR professionals are not showing strategic leadership in recruitment and candidate experience, statistical data obtained from the CEB Global Assessment Trends Report for 2014 has revealed.
SMEs to bolster contractor hiring over the next quarter
Small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are the companies most interested in hiring specialized contractors over the next 4 months, the latest Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) JobsOutlook was able to determine.
Sickness absence in the manufacturing sector hits record low
Employees in the manufacturing sector are taking 4.9 days off sick per year on average, which is a new record low, figures obtained from the most recent EEF survey suggest.
Companies set to invest more in HR technology, global survey reveals
Almost 33 percent of companies around the world plan to increase and redirect their investments in HR technology by up to 20% or more compared with the previous year, data from an annual survey by global professional services company Towers Watson suggests.
British SMEs looking to new markets for growth
More than half of the UK’s small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) are looking at new markets both locally and overseas for further growth, while also expressing a very high level of optimism regarding the year ahead, research by the BSI reveals.