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AA ‘broke promise’ to ease chairman Bob Mackenzie’s workload

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Strain led to confrontation at hotel, says lawyer

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Civil servants really will be robots, says Hammond

Shared from on 13 September 2017

Robots will be running large swathes of government before long as artificial intelligence is deployed to help the state do more with less, the chancellor has said.

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School fees for civil servants in jobs abroad cost taxpayers £100m

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Foreign-owned firms ‘hold key’ to Britain’s productivity woes

Shared from on 18 August 2017

Encouraging more foreign businesses to set up in the UK may help to solve the country’s chronic productivity problem, analysis by the Bank of England has suggested.

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A life without work is not my idea of fun

Shared from on 15 August 2017

"Tech corporations looking to automate the future promise us limitless leisure but that may turn out to be a curse"

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Police resignations double in four years

Shared from on 12 August 2017

Police officers are quitting in record numbers amid soaring stress and rising demands following an era of austerity, figures obtained by The Times reveal.

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Google lands itself in storm over diversity

Shared from on 6 August 2017

Google was hit with a fresh row this weekend after the disclosure of an internal document urging it to drop its efforts to improve gender and racial diversity among staff.

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NHS faces ‘perfect storm’ as fear of Brexit adds to nurses’ anger over pay

Shared from on 6 August 2017

Janet Davies is not one of those union leaders usually prone to hyperbole. A nurse for more than 20 years who then ran the ambulance service in Liverpool before assuming the leadership of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), she picks her words ...

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What is it about these macho bosses who try to crush their staff at sport?

Shared from on 28 July 2017

Many congratulations to Paul Pester, the TSB chief executive who completed the London Triathlon at the weekend in a time of 1:16:52.

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Men keep work-family worries to themselves

Shared from on 28 July 2017

Can a man have it all? Should Mark Zuckerberg write a book about how he “leans in” to carve out family time while running Facebook?

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GSK threatens hundreds of jobs with Horlicks sale

Shared from on 20 July 2017

Glaxosmithkline is selling its Horlicks business in Britain and has abandoned a planned £350 million investment in Cumbria as part of a wide-ranging restructure.

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Ex-Uber chief Rachel Whetstone takes a ride into top job at Facebook

Shared from on 20 July 2017

Having done her best to soothe tensions between Google and Brussels and extinguished a series of fires at Uber, Rachel Whetstone, the former Tory adviser, is to take a top job at Facebook.

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BBC faces revolt over pay divide

Shared from on 20 July 2017

The BBC faces spending millions of pounds to boost female broadcasters’ salaries after stars threatened action over a gender pay divide.

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2,000 foreign GPs needed to tackle growing shortage

Shared from on 18 July 2017

The NHS is set to recruit 2,000 foreign GPs — quadruple the previous target — in a drive to combat a shortage of family doctors

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Paris will pull out stops to woo jobs

Shared from on 12 July 2017

The HSBC has said that France’s plans to loosen its employment rules make relocating there more attractive.

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