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April 2008

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Immigration report challenges Lords' findings


A new report has challenged the recent House of Lords investigation into the economic benefits of immigration.The Work Foundation said its research showed the economy has been boosted by high levels ...

Employers can now 'measure job satisfaction'


Employers now have the tools to measure job satisfaction, a new study has claimed.The report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Managing People in a Changing World, shows how a company can plot levels ...

Workers hide behind instant messaging


UK workers use email and text to avoid difficult interpersonal situations, new research has revealed.A report by the Post Office, entitled Telecoms, Etiquette in the Digital Age, has shown 73 per ...

Teenagers ignore web's job resources


Teenagers are ignoring the internet's online jobs, preferring to use it as a social tool, new research has shown.A survey by online advertiser, Broadbent, has highlighted the scale of the problem ...

Londoners: Least happy at work


Londoners are the least happy in their jobs of workers from the UK, new research has suggested.According to ratings firm, three-quarters think about finding a new job every ...

Timms: More people in employment than ever


More people are in employment than ever before, the government has claimed.New employment figures released by the Department for Work and Pensions showed the highest annual increase in employment ...

Gender pay gap: Discrimination 'not to blame'


The gender pay gap is not caused by discrimination, the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has claimed.It suggested the pay difference is dependent on which jobs people worked in, rather than ...

Remote workers are 'biggest threat to security'


IT managers consider remote and branch workers as their biggest security risk, new research has claimed.A survey by network optimisation firm, Blue Coat Systems, found 50 per cent of network managers ...

UK managers fail to motivate


UK managers need to motivate their staff better and are well behind European leaders in getting their employees to perform, Personnel Today has reported.According to new research, nearly one quarter ...

Govt should help workers work on


The government needs to do more to encourage older workers continue in employment, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has said.It responded to research from the Department ...

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