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March 2008

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CEOs are getting younger


Chief executive officers are younger and more international, a new study has claimed.Research published in People Management Online has compared the age of FTSE 100 chief executives from when the ...

Homeworkers fear they 'miss out'


Homeworkers fear they may miss career opportunities created by informal chats at work, new research has revealed.A study by the Durham Business School found that working from home generally had a ...

Stats reveal more work on offer


The government's labour market statistics have revealed there are more jobs on offer.Figures from the Office for National Statistics showed the number of jobs have risen by 208,000 in the 12 months ...

LSC to close in 2010


The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) is to close by 2010, Personnel Today has reported.According to a government white paper, £7 billion of its budget will go to local authorities to help ...

Sick note culture 'will change'


Dame Carol Black, national director for health and work, is expected to outline changes to fight "sick note culture" in her report today.It is thought to reveal that people who have drifted ...

Chancellor promises cash for training


Chancellor Alistair Darling has promised more than £60 million over three years to provide new training opportunities.He pledged the money as part of his first Budget and said it would go to ...

Secretarial staff get 10% rise


Part-time secretarial staff have seen their pay improve by ten per cent in the last 12 months, according to current Credit Crunch has left employers reluctant to hire full-time staff ...

Lets go public


Many private sector employees are thinking about moving to work in the public sector, Personnel Today has reported.According to research by communications consultancy CHA, more than 40 per cent of ...

Women's day reveals exec roles


New research to mark Women's Day has revealed worries that women are not having their leadership talents rewarded.It found that UK business needs more women in executive roles to help it perform ...

Offices and homes dump 12 million computers


Offices and homes have dumped more than 12 million PCs in the last five years without trying to recycle them.According to research by Fujitsu Siemens, IT equipment accounts for 39 per cent of the ...

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