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UK unemployment rate over the past three months reaches 7.7%, down from 7.8%
The rate of unemployment in the UK has continued its downward trend over the past three months, dropping to 7.7% between May and July, compared to 7.8% for the previous 3 months’ interval.
Jobseekers ignoring the value of SMEs as employers, research shows
UK jobseekers are not really aware of the value of SMEs as employers, online research from one of the UK’s top job search websites has revealed.
Made in Britain is set for a major comeback, powered by SMEs
British manufacturing is set for a significant revival, with more high-profile firms vowing to support the sector, although most of the actual work in this segment is carried out by SMEs.
Job market confidence climbs to highest level since 2008
The households’ perceptions of job prospects remained stable while their optimism about job security rose to the highest level since May 2008, a recent report from Lloyds Bank has revealed.
Sick days costing UK business nearly £29 billion a year, study reports
Despite taking fewer days off sick than in previous years, UK workers still require four times more time off than their counterparts from other countries, which is costing UK business nearly £29 billion a year, research carried out by consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has revealed.
Biometrics-based patient ID solutions might become very popular in low-literacy areas
The implementation of biometrics-based patient identification systems might become quite a widespread phenomenon in low-literacy areas of the world, where people can’t read or write, but still require specific treatment.
Physical security market to reach $85.51 billion by 2018, study reports
The global Physical Security Market is expected to grow from $55.59 billion in 2013 to $85.51 billion (£54.9 billion) in 2018, at a CAGR of 9.0% from 2013 to 2018, a new market study has revealed.
More British SME owners go mobile for managing their business while on holiday
Up to 62 percent of small business owners use mobile devices in order to log on and access work-related data while on holiday and taking time off, a new study has revealed.
UK manufacturing reaches three-year high, study reveals
British manufacturers are experiencing a surge in activity, with output balances reaching their highest level for three years, a major new survey released today by EEF, the manufacturers organisation, and accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP, has revealed.