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Department for Business Innovation and Skills publishes draft rules on shared parental leave and pay
The Department for Business Innovation and Skills (Bis) has recently published a set of draft regulations for shared parental leave and pay, whose final versions are scheduled to come into full force on the 1st of October 2014.
Tensor to exhibit at the Security & Policing Home Office Event 2014
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, would like to welcome you at the Security & Policing Home Office Event 2014, at stand J25, where we’ll exhibit our latest products, solutions and servic
British services sector continues strong expansion throughout February, survey suggests
The UK service sector, one of the main drivers of the British economic growth, has continued to “expand strongly” throughout February, figures obtained from the Markit/CIPS Purchasing Managers (PMI) report suggest.
Almost 50 percent of construction workers consider changing jobs in 2014
Almost 47 percent of all workers in the construction, engineering and built environment industries plan to look for jobs in other companies over the course of 2014, a new market research report has revealed.
Number of fire-related incidents soars by 50% across Teesside
Figures announced by the Cleveland Fire Brigade show that the number of fire-related incidents across the Teesside region soared by over 50% last year, according to a news report on this matter published in the local media.
UK firms receive a bottom-line boost of more than £2,000 for each apprentice they take on
British companies that decide to take on apprentices could enjoy a bottom-line boost of up to 2,000 pounds for every young person they bring on-board, the recent “The Value of Apprentices” report compiled by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) would suggest.
Job vacancies soar by 14% in January as manufacturing sector powers ahead
The number of job vacancies across the UK reached a total of 768,104 in January, marking a 14% increase compared to the previous year and a 3% increase compared to December, the latest UK Job Market Report from Adzuna has revealed.
Manufacturing SMEs to embark on strong investment drive in order to meet demand
English SMEs involved in the manufacturing segment are about to embark on a very serious investment drive in order to meet increased demand, a new market report has very recently revealed.
Energy savings hindered by lack of accurate monitoring tools, research reveals
A large number of a facilities and energy managers, while quite enthusiastic about the idea of cutting consumption, still feel hindered by the lack of tools to accurately monitor their energy usage, recent survey by the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) and the National Energy Foundation (NEF)