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Free Education and the Future of the Labour Party

The recent finding from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development that more than half of UK graduates are in non-graduate jobs is more a reflection of our slow and partial recovery from the recession triggered by the 2007 financial crash than it is a reflection of the quality of university education. 487 more words

Jeremy Corbyn

Thinking of regrets or writing resolutions? Think again.

At the end of every year, I get together with the girls I grew up with. As we’ve grown older we have become separated by careers, children and countries… But the moment we get together it’s like we’re 15 again. 933 more words


Valerie Dale joins Securitas as Human Resources director

Securitas has announced the appointment of Valerie Dale as the company’s new Human Resources director who will support the business in achieving its strategies for growth and commercial success. 331 more words


Learning to manage remote workers effectively

by Donna Gardiner

As of last month, all employees with at least 26 weeks’ continuous service will have the right to make a request to their employer for flexible working under… 799 more words


Hiring intentions at their highest level for six years

Hiring intentions among UK employers are at their highest for more than six years, according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development’s (CIPD’s) latest quarterly Labour Market Outlook. 442 more words

Sickness Absence Costs the UK Economy £100 Billion Each Year

Nearly 650,000 workers call in sick each week, according to figures from the British Heart Foundation (BHF).

This figure equates to 2 per cent of the workforce being absent through illness at some point every week, which is estimated to cost the UK economy £100 billion per year.  280 more words


The importance of good management

Recent business articles show that people managers are coming under greater pressure to ensure they manage their staff well. The following recent headlines demonstrate this: 502 more words

Performance Management