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Employers doubt fathers will rush to take up parental leave

Shared from on 1 April 2014

A survey of more than 200 companies found that more than three quarters of respondents had not taken steps to prepare for the changes

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Wind farm factory promises 1,000 jobs

Shared from on 25 March 2014

Up to a thousand jobs will be created after Siemens committed to building Britain’s first wind farm manufacturing plant in Hull

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Asda managers face axe as grocers’ price war escalates

Shared from on 24 March 2014

Following a review conducted for Asda by McKinsey, the supermarket is sent to announce 'scores' of redundancies among senior managers

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BG cuts staff worldwide after profit warning

Shared from on 21 March 2014

The energy company is cutting almost 300 jobs in Britain weeks after it announced its fourth profit warning in less than 18 months

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London expected to feel pain of Deutsche Bank job cuts

Shared from on 20 March 2014

The bank is to axe 500 jobs at its investment bank amid a cost-cutting drive by its joint chief executives Anshu Jain and Jürgen Fitschen

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Europe’s protectionist rules ‘could cost 200,000 jobs’

Shared from on 19 March 2014

Britain could lose as many as 200,000 jobs because of protectionist financial regulations in European countries, a City lobbying group says

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Workers are better off under coalition reign says Treasury

Shared from on 18 March 2014

The Treasury has hit back at claims by Labour that Britons are poorer today than in 2010 by publishing analysis showing that most workers have enjoyed real pay rises in all but one of the coalition’s four ye

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Former head of Low Pay Commission calls for reform

Shared from on 13 March 2014

An architect of the national minimum wage has called on the Government to reform the policy to help to tackle the problem of low pay

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Many immigrants ‘are better qualified than white Britons’

Shared from on 11 March 2014

Immigrants to Britain are better qualified than the existing population - and many of those who settled here generations ago are considerably outperforming their white neighbours in education, according to a new study.

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BP chief given huge pay rise as reward for playing it safe

Shared from on 7 March 2014

With a $4.4m pension increase, Bob Dudley’s total package was $13.2 million, the highest for a chief executive at the oil major for five years

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Young jobseekers fall through cracks in North-South divide

Shared from on 6 March 2014

Youth unemployment in the North is worse than in recession-scarred continental Europe, with more than a quarter out of work in some areas

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Brothel worker wins sex harassment payout

Shared from on 4 March 2014

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Bullying and work despair pushed soldier over edge

Shared from on 4 March 2014

More soldiers will die unless the Government takes action to help victims of rape and bullying in the Army, the sisters of Corporal Anne-Marie Ellement warned last night.

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Heathrow workers lose jobs after airport’s landing fees defeat

Shared from on 25 February 2014

The owner of Heathrow is cutting 200 head office jobs after a rebellion by leading airlines blocked its plans to raise landing charges

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Cost of jobs created by growth fund soars to £52,000 each

Shared from on 25 February 2014

An investigation by the National Audit Office has raised serious concerns over the value for money of the Government’s Regional Growth Fund

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