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SME employees abuse sick leave, managers fear
SME owners in Scotland are worried about the rising level of sickness-related absences recorded over the past 12 months, a new Close Brothers Business Barometer survey has revealed.
UK manufacturing sector set to grow by 2.7% this year, research predicts
The British manufacturing sector is set to record a significant growth over 2014, surpassing the other western European economies such as Germany and France, a brand-new report has revealed.
Big data analytics to play a huge part in workforce management on the future, says KPMG
HR departments are faced with a huge amount of employee-related data these days, and will likely require extensive guidance to ensure it is interpreted properly, a new report by KPMG has revealed. According to a media news report on the matter, Mr.
Industry body urges companies the tackle youth unemployment
The CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, is urging companies to do their best in order to help tackle youth unemployment, a brand new media report has revealed.
Renewed confidence leads to SMEs going on hiring spree
While the number of small and medium enterprises in the UK is growing, existing SMEs are also much more confident about their future and are planning to go on a hiring spree, a new report by the Federation Of Small Businesses has revealed.
Tensor adopts EyeLynx surveillance technologies for fully integrated access control solutions
Tensor, the No.1 British designer and manufacturer of smart card – based access control and time and attendance terminals, is proud to announce the full integration of the top-range surveillance solutions developed by EyeLynx into our comprehensive WinTA.NET access control platform.
Staff fighting closure of women’s open prison near York
Staff working at HMP Askham Grange, a women’s open prison near York, have launched an online petition in an attempt to save it from closure, a news report in the media has revealed.
SME confidence is rising sharply across Europe, new research reveals
Most of the SMEs across Europe are very confident that their businesses will grow over the next two years, research conducted across more than 1,700 small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in six European countries has revealed.
Lack of motivation and poor health cost UK economy £6 billion, research reveals
Employees that are not properly motivated and experience various health-related problems work well-below peak productivity and are actually holding back potential growth, causing British companies to lose up to £6 billion a year, a brand new research report has revealed.