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Global Physical Security Market to reach $85.51 billion by 2018, new report suggests
Extensive security concerns for personnel, information, hardware, and network infrastructure have increased the demand for innovative physical security products over the past few years, with the trend set to continue for the next 5 years, a new research report by Research and Markets has revealed.
Energy costs to have significant effects on companies’ bottom lines as prices soar
Half of the UK’s ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers have already announced significant price hikes, while the rest are also likely to follow, placing an additional burden on the already cash-strapped households and businesses.
63 percent of managers embrace the use of flexible working arrangements, study reveals
A survey by Citrix and YouGov on 200 UK-based Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) has revealed that nearly two thirds of managers favor the use of flexible working arrangements for their employees.
Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) to reform its green cards
From July 2014 people applying for or renewing the entry level green (labourers) card under the Construction Skills Certification Scheme (CSCS) will be required to complete a level 1 vocational qualification course in health and safety for construction labourers
Flexible workforce management is vital for overcoming market challenges
In order to remain competitive and retain their edge in today’s fast-changing business environment, most companies must constantly adapt to and address the needs of an increasingly diverse and demanding workforce.
UK SMEs urged to apply for multi-billion Euro new product development fund
Small and medium businesses across the UK are urged to apply for the European Union’s Horizon 2020 package of support services for research and innovation in a bid to obtain the required funds for further developing their business, a media report has revealed.
Use of biometric hand scanner leads to lawsuit for US coal mining company
The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has taken legal action against a West Virginia mining company over the use of an attendance tracking system equipped with a biometric hand scanner, a media news report has revealed.
Lack of access to growth capital and skills shortages have strong adverse effects on SMEs in UK
Lack of proper access to growth capital and skills shortages have a significant adverse effect on UK small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), a new market research study from ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and IMA (Institute of Management Accountants) ha