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Half of UK construction workers concerned about post-Brexit skills gap, survey shows

September 25,2017 on

The RICS found that construction workers in London and senior and middle managers are most concerned about a Brexit-induced skills gap

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Half of UK construction workers concerned about post-Brexit skills gap, survey shows

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Half of UK construction workers concerned about post-Brexit skills gap, survey shows

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Shared parental leave is ‘significantly underutilised’ in UK, shows new study

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Only around 8,700 new parents took advantage of the right to shared parental leave in the year to the end of March, new figures show.

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Shared parental leave is ‘significantly underutilised’ in UK, shows new study

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Only around 8,700 new parents took advantage of the right to shared parental leave in the year to the end of March, new figures show.

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UK wage rises lag below inflation as households feel impact of pound sterling slump post-Brexit vote

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Average annual wage growth in the three months to July was just 2.1 per cent, below expectations in the City of London of a strengthening to 2.3 per cent

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Bank of England reaches agreement with striking workers over pay

Shared from on 6 September 2017

Unite said its members had voted to accept a revised offer, which includes extra annual leave for some members and a top-up for lower paid staff in the next pay review

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Nicola Sturgeon to scrap 1% public sector pay rise cap in Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon will scrap the one per cent cap on public sector pay rises when she sets out her legislative plans for the year ahead, according to reports.

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Top British university has 95% of senior EU researchers headhunted by other EU countries

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Skills shortage among UK services firms at its worst in almost two decades, finds survey

Shared from on 29 August 2017

The proportion of services firms who say their businesses will be held back by a lack of appropriately skilled professional or clerical staff is the highest ever recorded

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Millennial interns are not happy making tea and doing photocopying, finds study

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A survey by Lloyds Banking Group suggests young people feel they aren't getting the boost they need from internships

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Amazon to create more than 1,000 UK jobs at new Bristol warehouse

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The retail giant - which has faced criticism over the way it treats workers - said all permanent “fulfilment centre” employees will start on an hourly wage of £7.65

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Silicon Valley billionaire Stewart Butterfield voices support for universal basic income

Shared from on 18 August 2017

Billionaire Silicon Valley bosses are fast becoming a key source of support for the idea of a universal basic income.

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UK pay growth set to remain weak while business investment still curbed by Brexit, latest Bank of England report reveals

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"Average pay growth is set to set to remain weak and Brexit-related certainty is still curbing businesses investment, according to the latest report from the Bank of England's network of regional agents."

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Brexit: Fear of skilled labour shortage hits 28-year high for UK’s small manufacturers

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The UK’s small and medium-sized (SME) manufacturers grew output at the fastest pace in seven years in the three months to July, according to an industry survey.

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