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4 Feb 2021
Computing, medicine and engineering subjects continue to gain popularity for students, university entry figures have revealed.
2 Feb 2021
The US Department of Labor has reached a settlement with Google to resolve allegations of systemic gender and race discrimination.
13 Jan 2021
Glassdoor has announced its annual list of the best places to work in the UK for 2021 as top employers...
29 Dec 2020
Coronavirus has forced every organisation to work in a different way and revolutionised how we use technology. But faced with...
18 Dec 2020
About 2,500 of the new roles will be at Openreach and 2,800 will be created in the BT company's supply chain as it pushes to boost fast broadband coverage.
10 Dec 2020
UK joined Finland, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands as the leading countries for women in IT.
7 Dec 2020
Higher proportion of Chinese IT experts given approval for UK visas than any other nation, despite government concerns over 'hostile state actors'.
3 Dec 2020
Private sector workers are set to receive average pay rises of 2.4% in 2021, up from an average of 2.2%...
1 Dec 2020
The government is looking to limit the use of non-compete clauses in an effort to stimulate a more entrepreneurial culture,...
30 Nov 2020
Recent comments by Rishi Sunak about 'hostile state actors' coupled with complex visa and sponsor licence rules risks sending the wrong message, says immigration specialist.
27 Nov 2020
NHS England and Improvement has been crowned the overall winner at this...
27 Nov 2020
Amazon is to pay a special holiday recognition bonus to its front-line employees globally, in order to demonstrate its appreciation...
26 Nov 2020
The UK and Germany will be most affected, with cuts also planned in Poland, Slovakia, Italy and Belgium, according to sources.
20 Oct 2020
Senior executives' relationship with new employers is changing as they look to safeguard their positions against a background of instability.
12 Oct 2020
Culture secretary calls viral, but old, careers advert 'crass'.