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UK economy forecast: sustained growth for the rest of the year
British economy is set for further sustained growth for the rest of 2013, forecasters at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) have just revealed, while GDP is also expected to grow by 1% over the course of 2013, compared to the initial 0.7% estimate from April.
Companies using zero-hour contracts require effective Time and Attendance systems
Zero-hours contracts have become quite popular over the past few years in the UK retail and tourism sectors, as they significantly reduce workforce-related costs. However, in order to efficiently apply such an employment method on a wide scale, companies need to implement solid time and attendance solutions that will make it very easy for HR managers to precisely determine the number of hours worked by each individual employee.
Optimize costs and save money by installing a reliable Time and Attendance system
A reliable smart-card based Time and Attendance solution will bring about multiple benefits for any company that decides to have one installed, including real and sizeable savings in terms of workforce management-related budgets.
UK economy grows by 0.6 percent
The second quarter of 2013 brought about some very good news for the UK economy, since the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported today that gross domestic product expanded by 0.6 per cent in the three months to June, double the rate of the previ
Workforce management optimization is a must for troubled NHS Trusts
The NHS system faces extensive criticism over the declining level of care it delivers and budget-related problems, with Trusts across the UK having to cope both with budget cuts and staff shortages.
Sickness absence on the rise in the NHS, report reveals
The NHS’s budget and staff troubles are not exactly a secret, and a new report by the Health & Social Care Information Centre indicates that higher sickness absence levels might be partially to blame.
Comprehensive employee training record management can help prevent work-related injuries
Drinks manufacturer Brothers received a £10,000 fine after an employee severed an artery in an unguarded machine and needed life-saving surgery.
Universal biometric verification suggested as solution for preventing exam fraud
Authorities from a medical college in India penned a proposal for implementing a country-wide biometric verification system for all institutions in the field of medical education, following the discovery of a significant number of impostors in schools.