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Employment relations’ bodies to work with Acas

20 Jul 2001

Three of the UK’s most influential work-relations bodies are
to be brought together under one umbrella, the Cabinet Office has...

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DTI unveils plans to reform employment tribunals

20 Jul 2001

New
proposals to reform employment tribunals were announced today by DTI minister
Alan Johnson.
The
proposals are designed to promote...

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Further dramatic change for recruitment technology

20 Jul 2001

Text
messaging, online video and webcam candidate profiles will be central to
graduate recruitment within four years, employers were told...

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UK companies keen to increase staffing levels

19 Jul 2001

UK companies are confident about their economic prospects
despite the global slowdown according to a recent survey.
Only 34 per...

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Engineering sector pay settlements remain depressed

19 Jul 2001

The
Engineering Employment Federation has revealed that pay settlements for the
sector have remained at their lowest level for twelve...

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ILAs: last chance for £150 incentive

19 Jul 2001

The
Department for Education and Skills has announced that the £150 introductory
offer to encourage people to open Individual Learning...

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Civil Service recruits new leaders from the outside

19 Jul 2001

A higher number of top civil servants are being appointed
through open competition according to the independent Civil Service
Commissioners’...

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Unemployment continues to fall

19 Jul 2001

Unemployment
fell again last month the latest figures have revealed.
The
number of people claiming unemployment benefits fell 12,000 to...

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Email monitoring a £70m business

19 Jul 2001

The
online activities of 27 million employees worldwide are now being monitored,
according to the Privacy Foundation.
The
foundation’s Workplace...

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Compensation claims spark NHS pay review

18 Jul 2001

The Department of Health has embarked on an emergency review
of NHS pay structures this month as it struggles to...

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Tomorrow’s managers put job satisfaction ahead of money

18 Jul 2001

Tomorrow’s managers expect employers to entice them with
better working conditions and more excitement rather than more money, a
European...

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Employers less choosy about subjects students graduate in

18 Jul 2001

Employers
are becoming less specific about which degree their graduate recruits have
gained, a report claims.
As
competition for graduates...

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Public sector achieving racial equality, claims CRE report

18 Jul 2001

The
Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 has ensured that racial equality is now a
major consideration for bodies operating throughout...

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Business leaders are struggling to promote their companies

18 Jul 2001

UK
business leaders don’t know how to use the media to sell their companies to the
public, according to research....

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Young professionals seek overseas experience

17 Jul 2001

Many of Europe’s young high-flyers are eager to jet off to
work abroad as soon as possible but believe that...

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