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July 2008

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Wellbeing initiative shows healthy results


A workplace health initiative has proved employers can make a difference to the wellbeing of their employees.The joint venture between the British Heart Foundation (BHF) and the Department of Health ...

Govt marks 'VQ' day with training offer


The government has marked its first ever Vocational Qualification day (VQ) by announcing a universal training offer.It revealed that all 18-year-olds will be eligible for government support for ...

BT asks to run new IT skills academy


Telecoms giant, BT has joined with e-skills UK and asked if it can run a new IT skills academy.The nomination could result in a further employer-led centre added to the UK's widening lists of ...

Management supports social communities


Management is overwhelmingly in favour of corporate social networking use, new research has found.According to the 2008 Tribalisation of Business study, establishing a community is not limited by ...

Firms facing more immigration fines


Firms are increasingly fined for employing illegal workers, Personnel Today has reported.The publication has noted since the introduction of the Home Office's points-based immigration system, 352 ...

Mayor will raise City Hall wages


Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, is to increase the basic wage for workers at City Hall, the Guardian has reported.Currently, the national minimum wage stands at £5.52 per hour, Mr Johnson will ...

Index shows consumers are confident jobs remain


A consumer satisfaction index has shown consumers are relaxed about the availability of work and believe jobs are still available.Nationwide's Consumer Satisfaction Index revealed half of consumers ...

Recruitment dips as companies shed jobs


Recruitment for permanent posts fell for the first time in five years, a new survey has revealed.According to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG, recruitment for part time ...

Top women in management honoured


The top young women in management have been honoured in Management Today's '35 Women Under 35' list.The announcement will be celebrated later this week at a reception, where attendees will be ...