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Tensor.NET CSCS card wizard enables reliable access control solution for construction sites
Sunderland-based historic building company Brims Construction has just announced plans to branch out into the very lucrative housebuilding segment, a news report reveals.
Axminster Carpets saved despite big layoffs
After going into administration back in March, the 258 year-old Axminster Carpets has been saved by a group of local business people, a
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Berkshire-based HMV will be acquired by restructuring firm Hilco, in a move likely to save around 2,500 jobs, a news report reveals.
Global smart card-based access control market to hit £5.7 billion by 2018
The global market for smart card-based access control solutions is set to reach a staggering $8.6 billion (£5.7 billion) by 2018, a new report by Global Industry Analysts reveals. The estimated growth for this specific market segment is related to increased security concerns backed by government and regulatory mandates, as well as higher security-dedicated budgets, the report says.
Prison Pass may help manage visitor access at future super prison
The UK Business Minister, Edwina Hart, has publicly expressed her support for the building of a new super prison in North Wales, a new report reveals. The prison is set to be built in Wrexham, and will apparently house up to 2,000 prisoners. Moreover, it will most likely bring some serious social and economic benefits for the region, boosting employment and revenues.
Job cuts, workloads and bullying leads to BBC staff going on strike
Members of the National Union of Journalists within the BBC and Bectu, representing technical staff, have just begun a 12-hour strike, following a row over job cuts, workload and claims of bullying, a news report reveals. The corporation is cutting about 2,000 jobs over five years as part of its Delivering Quality First (DQF) programme. Most of the jobs targeted by the budget cuts were eliminated through voluntary redundancies, but an estimated 110 members of staff were made compulsorily redundant.
Strict access control is extremely important for new University Technology Colleges
The government has approved the opening of two new University Technology Colleges (UTCs) in the South West area, a news report reveals. The future UTC for South Devon will be set in Newton Abbott, will focus on engineering, water and the environment and is estimated to cost around £9.7m to open. The second UTC, for South Wiltshire, whose estimated costs are set at around £40m, will focus on science and engineering and will be set in Salisbury.
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There are currently about 200,000 workers in the UK employed on “zero hours” contracts, without any guarantee of regular hours or pay, a new report by the ONS reveals.
Rapidly expanding firms can easily manage shifts with Tensor WinTA.NET Start
Family-owned Lunn Engineering, based in Atherstone, Warwickshire, has some pretty impressive development plans set out for the future, after investing £250,000 on new machinery with funding from Yorkshire Bank, a news report reveals.