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UK unemployment rate drops to 6.5%, latest figures from the ONS can reveal
The level of unemployment across the UK dropped to 6.5% (or 2.12 million people), 121,000 fewer than for December 2013 to February 2014 and 383,000 fewer than a year earlier, the latest figures from the ONS were able to reveal.
Over 41 percent of British workers plan to work in a temporary position
Employee time management systems are particularly useful when firms make extensive use of temporary or agency workers, and this is something they seriously consider, given the high level of popularity this form of employment enjoys at this time.
Industrial estate in Blackburn is promptly evacuated after fire
Implementing a secure and reliable solution for managing the evacuation of personnel working within a plant in case of an emergency is really a vital measure for the industrial segment, considering just how dangerous and potentially deadly a fire can prove to be in this environment.
British small and medium businesses continue positive growth trend
The UK’s small and medium businesses (SMBs) have fully benefited from the economy’s strong growth, the latest SME Monitor published by the Aldermore Bank was able to reveal.
British Security Industry Association to poll security products end users
The changing attitudes towards access control systems, CCTV surveillance systems and other security products among end-users are set to go under scrutiny as part of the British Security Industry Association latest survey.
Council surveillance system helps police make more than 400 arrests
A local council’s CCTV system has managed to help the local police officers make more than 400 arrests over the course of 2013, a news report in the local media was able to reveal.
Workforce management software issues alerts when manning levels drop below expected levels
More than one million public sector workers went on strike today over pay and pensions, including teachers, civil servants, coastguards, civilian police staff and prison staff, with services across England and Wales being severely affected as a result.
Majority of UK managers work above their contracted weekly hours
The vast majority (over 94%) of managers in the UK work above their contracted hours each week, either in the office or at home, new research from the Institute of Leadership Management (ILM) was able to reveal.