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Cable outlines role of his ministerial team

Business Secretary Vince Cable has outlined the responsibilities of his Ministerial team at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills. Vince Cable said: “I am delighted with my new job as Secretary of State for...

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Power to public sector workers, says Osbourne

Shadow Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans to give public sector workers the right to form employee owned co-operatives to take over the services they deliver. This will empower millions of public sector workers to...

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Civil Service more diverse than ever before

Civil Servants come from more diverse backgrounds than ever before – according to new research. The new figures also show that in the very top jobs, contrary to many common perceptions, the vast majority of people went to...

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Lord Hunt of Wirral RoSPA’S new deputy president

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents has a new deputy president. The Rt Hon The Lord Hunt of Wirral MBE, the Shadow Minister for Business, Innovation and Skills, has taken up the role at the 92-year-old safety...

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Conservatives consider later retirement date

Should the Conservatives get into power, the age of retirement is likely to be raised to 66 “no earlier” than by 2016 for men, the shadow chancellor has claimed, which could see retention of staff being increased....

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CIPD: Half of workforce could be off sick

Up to half of the UK’s workforce could be absent if a second wave of the swine flu pandemic hits the country, the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) has warned, which could leave businesses facing absence...

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Ten years ago, when All Saints were on top of the charts and David Beckham wore a sarong, graduate recruitment was very different. Recruiter’s in-trays – not in-boxes – filled with paper application forms every...

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Stress ‘affecting public sector workers’

Employees in the public sector complain of suffering from stress to a greater extent than their private sector counterparts, it has been suggested.A survey compiled by the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development...

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