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Job vacancies outpacing applicants

March 28,2017 on

Britain’s booming jobs market is getting stronger with companies creating new positions faster than they can be filled, the online jobs search engine Adzuna said.

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Police chief jobs opened to civilians

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Business leaders, army veterans and senior civil servants could become chief constables under government plans to let outsiders run police forces, The Times has learnt.

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Women FTSE 100 chiefs paid half of male equivalents

Shared from on 27 March 2017

The men running the biggest public companies in the UK earn almost twice what their female counterparts are paid...

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Dyson hits out at plan for greater openness

Shared from on 27 March 2017

Government plans to force private companies to be more transparent will harm Britain’s competitiveness, Sir James Dyson has said.

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Equalities quango is a disaster and should be scrapped

Shared from on 27 March 2017

Equality is far too important an issue to be left to the Equality and Human Rights Commission. That’s the only conclusion to draw...

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Investors claim first scalp as pay revolt gathers pace

Shared from on 24 March 2017

The backlash against excessive pay and bonuses heated up yesterday after investors voted against generous awards to Crest Nicholson directors in a new wave of shareholder revolt.

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Goldman Sachs to start exodus of London staff

Shared from on 22 March 2017

Goldman Sachs is to begin moving bankers from London to France, Germany and elsewhere on the Continent

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University courses ‘failing graduates’

Shared from on 21 March 2017

Half of recent graduates have taken entry-level jobs below degree level and do not know how to secure sought-after jobs in technology and marketing, a survey for The Times shows.

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City sceptical of bid to separate joint chief executives’ roles

Shared from on 21 March 2017

Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life have given more details about how the joint chief executives of the enlarged business will split their roles in an attempt to head off investors’ concern.

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May to bosses: give workers more rights

Shared from on 20 March 2017

Firms that use self-employed workers to avoid paying sickness, pension and maternity benefits are facing a government crackdown.

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Irish and British to get dual citizenship rights

Shared from on 16 March 2017

Irish people will have British citizenship rights after Brexit to protect the free movement of people between the two countries...

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May’s promise on workers’ rights will not survive Brexit

Shared from on 16 March 2017

The triggering of Article 50 is just around the corner and we are told to expect The Great Repeal Bill in May

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Directors slam £916,000 payout to Rolls boss

Shared from on 16 March 2017

A £916,000 bonus handed to the boss of Rolls-Royce has come under fire from the Institute of Directors.

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Powa pay struggle ends in vain for former staff

Shared from on 13 March 2017

Former employees of Powa Technologies have been left out of pocket after the administrator confirmed that it had failed to claw back wages and holiday pay.

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EU workers must stay, Oxford heads tell May

Shared from on 13 March 2017

The heads of 35 Oxford colleges are pleading with MPs to allow European Union citizens the right to stay after Brexit as they claim that an exodus of academics has already begun.

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