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Made in Britain* (*by Europeans)

It has been reported that Greencore, UK’s biggest sandwich manufacturer, has had to look to Hungary to recruit staff for its Northampton factory because it claimed it could not attract and retain British staff. 183 more words

Discrimination

Changes to universities controversial

Written by Harry Brennan

The current coalition is not the most popular government amongst students, nor is it particularly popular in general, due to the sweeping measures of austerity it has implemented in a bid to drag the country out of recession. 535 more words

Features

Sciencewise: 10/10 see you again - I sincerely hope so!

Sciencewise, the Government funded body which aims to improve science and technology policy-making by making better use of public dialogue, is celebrating its tenth birthday this year. 525 more words

APSCo Round up of the week

Are unfair terms and late payments damaging your business? Our next members meeting on 10th July in London and Manchester will give you the chance to help build a responsible payment culture in the recruitment supply chain. 248 more words

APSco News

Building a responsible payment culture: BIS continues dialogue with APSCo

As part of APSCo’s ongoing commitment to members, and to help promote a responsible payment culture within the recruitment supply chain, we have arranged for the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) to attend its next members’ meeting. 164 more words

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Lobby your MP over cuts to DSA - #DegreesOfDiscrimination

On Monday 7 April 2014, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills announced changes to the Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) in England. They are planning on cutting DSA – gutting a support allowance vital to many students. 253 more words

Cost of business cyber security breaches almost double

Information security breaches affecting UK business have decreased over the last year but the cost of individual breaches has almost doubled. 

The number of information security breaches affecting UK businesses has decreased over the last year but the scale and cost of individual breaches has almost doubled.  546 more words