A new national support service for the UK’s fast-growing social enterprise sector is being launched in Westminster next week (Tuesday 12 June) by the University of Northampton and business performance specialists Exemplas.
A report out today shows that the Royal Navy (RN), Army and Royal Air Force (RAF) have put numeracy and literacy skills at the heart of their development programme for new recruits.
Bad-mannered front of house staff are the main reason that almost half of professionals are put off from doing business with other companies, according to research carried out on service excellence.
From having a few beers watching the match on a work night to using the company internet to watch the 100m, MWR has got an answer on how to stay within the bounds of the law and keep bosses happy.
As the window for responding to the Government’s consultation on no-fault dismissals closes tomorrow, the CIPD is urging ministers to recognise that watering down employment regulation is not only damaging for employee relations but will also fail to achieve the intended result.
Skills Minister John Hayes today announced the release of funds totalling over £2.4m from the Growth Innovation Fund (GIF) to the nuclear and creative and cultural sectors.
A new public relations and marketing company, Conscious Communications, has launched to fill a gap in the market for a consultancy focussed on delivering high impact public relations and marketing, with a conscience.
From real time dating services and educational teaching tools, to a foodie social network and new software that turns pictures into passwords have been selected by Telefonica, the parent company of O2, to join the London hub of its global tech start-up accelerator programme, Wayra.
The Chancellor should abandon his cast-iron debt reduction targets and inject up to £6bn into the economy to revive the flagging recovery, according to the the British Chambers of Commerce.