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Westminster missing the mark with managers

A new report from the CMI (Chartered Management Institute) has found that despite Westminster’s preoccupation with immigration only 4 percent of managers say limiting the movement of labour across the EU is a priority for them.

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More IT graduates needed, says expert

An expert has called on the government and higher education institutions to reform their approach to IT education, claiming that current arrangements are largely failing to meet the needs of the industry.Richard Nott, director...

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Unison hit back over non-jobs jibe

Public sector trade union Unison has criticised government minister Eric Pickles for his attack on what he called ‘non-jobs’ in local authorities.The body’s general secretary Dave Prentis accused Mr Pickles of...

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Parents to get access to job advisors

A scheme is being piloted which will give parents access to job advisors in children’s centres to help them move into employment. The project will complement a scheme which is currently being run where parents have access...

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Skills agenda ‘having little impact’

The UK is facing continued skills shortages, with the Labour administration’s skills agenda failing to make a significant impact, an industry body has said.According to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and...

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Health and safety bodies to receive cash boost

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE), which is merging with the Health and Safety Commission (HSC) over the next few weeks, is to receive a cash boost of £724 million, it has been revealed.In an announcement made to more...

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