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Huge fire breaks out at plastics factory in Tamworth, Staffordshire
A very serious fire broke out at a plastics factory located on the Lichfield Road Industrial Estate in Tamworth, Staffordshire on Thursday, a news report in the local media has revealed.
Close to 50% of recent graduates are employed in non-graduate roles, ONS report reveals
Almost half of the recent university graduates in the UK are currently employed in non-graduate jobs, a new report by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has recently revealed, up from just 38% around 5 years ago.
Grampian Prison implements temporary ‘virtual visiting’ system
Prisoners being transferred from the soon-to-close Peterhead and Aberdeen jails to the new Grampian Prison, set to open next year, will be able to use a temporary ‘virtual visiting’ system until the transfer process is complete.
Most British firms see overall business costs rising by 3.5 percent
94 percent of UK firms have seen an overall increase of around 3.5 percent in their business costs over 2013, figures published within the Forum of Private Business’ latest report indicate.
Tensor partners with Herta Security for developing high-end facial recognition and access control solutions
Tensor has an extensive experience in installing CCTV systems and commissioning comprehensive video management solutions for large multi-site facilities.
UK employment set for slow but steady growth, CIPD report suggests
The UK employment growth levels are likely to slow down in a medium-term, but they’ll still keep a steady pace, a brand-new report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has revealed.
Researchers working on advanced technologies to replace passwords with iris and fingerprint scans
Researchers from the International Center for Biometrics Research within the US-based Purdue University are working on advanced technologies that would enable the replacement of passwords with advanced technologies, such as iris and fingerprint scans.
Government pledges further support to protect interns’ rights to fair pay
Employment Relations Minister Jo Swinson has announced the release of new guidance produced by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), as a part of the Government’s ongoing campaign to protect the interns’ right to fair pay.
British firms’ negative attitude towards mobile working is counterproductive, new research reveals
Almost 25 percent of UK managers have a negative attitude towards flexible and work from home arrangements, in spite of the fact that this approach could adversely affect their companies’ bottom lines, a new research report by webexpenses has revealed.