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January 2009

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Regus offers free offices


Workplace provider Regus is offering free offices in a bid to help new firms.The company has said its campaign, Get Started, will provide facilities worth £10 million to new-start ...

Microsoft to cut 5,000 jobs


Microsoft has said it is to cut 5,000 jobs.The computer and software giant will reduce staff after its sales were hit by falling demand.Microsoft has reported its quarterly profits fell 11 per cent ...

UK firms plan to cut ad and travel budgets


UK firms are planning to cut their advertising and travel budgets, research has revealed.According to a study by YouGov for Opus Energy, 37 per cent will cut advertising spend and four in ten will ...

UK will get job ads first


Jobs will first have to be advertised in UK Jobcentres before they are publicised abroad, it has been reported.The home secretary Jackie Smith said the system would give UK workers an advantage. The ...

DLR extension promises jobs for Arsenal


The £180 million extension to the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) promises to bring new jobs to Woolwich Arsenal, the Mayor of London has announced.Boris Johnson opened the new line - which ...

TUC: Unpaid overtime figures 'disappointing'


The Trades Union Council (TUC) has described the latest unpaid overtime data as "disappointing".Its analysis of official statistics revealed 5.24 million employees worked unpaid overtime ...

REC: Vacancies take record fall


The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has reported job vacancies have fallen at their fastest since records began in 1997.The Report on Jobs, compiled with KPMG has shown demand for new ...