Aksel Lyderson

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Government plans to give young people lessons in enterprising

17 Nov 2004

Young people are to be given the opportunity to develop enterprise skills such as innovation, creativity, risk management and business...

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Union condemns Lloyds TSB outsourcing move

9 Nov 2004

The Lloyds TSB Group Union (LTU) has condemned plans to transfer 250 Cheltenham & Gloucester (C&G) jobs to India.Lloyds TSB,...

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Jaguar faces more job cuts

3 Nov 2004

More job losses are to come at Jaguar according to Amicus and the T&G union. Trade union officials giving evidence...

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Armed officers down weapons in protest at officer suspensions

2 Nov 2004

Almost 20 officers are refusing to carry firearms following the suspension of two of their colleagues over the fatal shooting...

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Workplace stress is key to absenteeism

2 Nov 2004

Stress in the workplace is the single biggest cause of absenteeism in the UK, according to a new study.
The...

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Line managers are the key to being a great company

28 Oct 2004

The difference between being a good company and a great company lies in the hands of line managers – those...

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Business as usual at DTI despite jobs cull

28 Oct 2004

The Department of Trade and Industry’s permanent secretary Sir Robin Young has told MPs that plans to axe a quarter...

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Company pensions rights to be extended to same-sex couples

27 Oct 2004

Gay couples are set to get the same rights to company pensions as married couples. Registering a civil partnership will...

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Minister pledges to extend paid maternity leave

27 Oct 2004

The Government is looking to extend paid maternity leave to a year as a part of its election manifesto, according...

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Pensions crisis deepens as actuaries threaten to brand schemes insolvent

27 Oct 2004

A move by the Institute of Actuaries to adopt new rules for writing pension evaluation reports could force employers to...

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Boozy lunch back in favour

27 Oct 2004

Lunchtime drinking is making a comeback, according to a survey by employment law consultancy Peninsula. A third of the 1,300...

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City targets a wider talent pool

27 Oct 2004

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) university students from across Europe will be invited to attend Out in the City...

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Business pressure forces changes to pensions Bill

27 Oct 2004

Industry pressure has forced the Government to amend the Pensions Bill, according to reports. The Independent newspaper said amendments include...

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Vocational skills grow in popularity

27 Oct 2004

The majority of those aged between 16 and 24 see vocational skills as being of more use than academic training,...

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Bullying policies need to include tackling perpetrators

27 Oct 2004

Companies putting policies in place to tackle bullying at work could be missing the underlying causes, according to a new...

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