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Majority of directors are not happy with the quality of employee-related data, research reveals
Over two thirds of directs are not satisfied with the quality of the workplace data they have access to, a survey conducted by Bull Information Systems has recently revealed.
Tensor helps Peterborough United fans keep up to date with Moy’s End Stand development
A Cambridgeshire football club has set up a webcam allowing fans to keep up to date with the progress on the development of one of the stadium’s stands.
UK’s SMEs to push for growth as business optimism reaches record high
British small and medium enterprises are the most confident in Europe and plan to invest and push for growth, results published in the latest European SME Capex Barometer have revealed.
More than 75% of employers are failing to prepare for shared parental leave
The large majority of employers across the UK (76%) have implemented no practical measures in order to prepare for the introduction of shared parental leave in six months time, figures from a new market survey by Norton Fulbright have revealed.
Firefighters tackle factory workshop blaze in Totton
Firefighters called in to tackle a potentially dangerous fire at a factory workshop in Totton were forced to take serious protective measures in order to deal with toxic fumes generated by epoxy resin.
Business investment and salaries continue to rise at average SMEs
Business investment continued to increase in Q4 2013 against a backdrop of falling insolvency rates and improved business confidence amongst UK small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), which also led to a boost in average salaries in the sector.
Competition for jobs reaches a two-year low, new research report reveals
There were 1.55 job seekers competing for each advertised vacancy in the UK in February 2014, 35% lower than in February 2013, a recent market research report has revealed.
House building sector records consistent growth, NHBC report reveals
The number of new homes registered in the UK increased by 14% for the rolling quarter December to February compared to the same period last year, figures from a new report released by the NHBC have revealed.