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Demand for workforce management solutions up by 50% over past three years
The need to implement advanced workforce management systems in order to manage new, mobile and flexible working arrangements has driven the demand for integrated Time & Attendance solutions up by 50% over the past few years.
Government’s plan to grant 25% of contracts to SMEs is well on track
The UK government seems to be well on track to achieve its set target of granting 25% of central government business to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) by 2015, an official report on the matter has recently revealed.
Jaguar Land Rover plans extensive workforce extension at Merseyside factory
A solid and reliable time and attendance and workforce management system capable of thoroughly handling extensive shift patterns and a large number of employees is really a must for every company’s that’s planning a large-scale extension, and that’s also exactly the case with Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), who’s currently considering a huge expansion at its
Prevent office conflicts via extensive, yet easy management of holiday bookings
Strategically booking holidays is becoming a weapon to use against co-workers, a new study has revealed, but such practices can be easily avoided by implementing a system that enables HR managers to easily visualize applications over various departments and grant annual leave accordingly.
BSIA demands clarity from the Home Office on future security regulations
Following the announcement of plans for the private security industry to be subjected to further specific regulatory measures from 2014, the BSIA (British Security Industry Association) has asked the Home Office for further clarity on the timing of regulatory change.
UK economy records a triple boost
The UK economy seems to be on a very positive trend, with surging factory output, higher car sales and rising activity in the housing market leading the way towards what’s shaping up to be the most significant improvement since the start of the credit crunch.
Video door phone market set for 7.5 percent growth by 2017
Worldwide unit shipments of video door phones will grow by 7.5 per cent during the next five years, marking a strong transition from audio to video in terms of access-control and intercom solutions, a new market study has revealed.
SMEs display increased optimism regarding the business environment
Despite having some rather low expectations regarding actual growth, the general level of optimism regarding the overall business environment has increased among small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) the first time since April 2012, new research reveals.