Bankers will now face jail for reckless misconduct, the chancellor has said as he pledged to adopt the main recommendations of the parliamentary commission on banking standards intended to clean up the City.
Business confidence in the UK is at its highest point since May last year, according to a new report.
Stoppages over pay – including pensions – are once more the main cause of working days lost to labour disputes in 2011 and 2012, after two years when disputes over redundancy accounted for most days lost, according to figures published today by ONS.
More than a quarter of British workers say their employers provide no occupational health services, and women are more likely to lose out than men.
More than a third of the leading business people in the UK take advantage of legal tax planning measures to ensure their organisation’s tax bill is minimised, new YouGov research shows.
Sir Philip Green calls for overhaul of business rates as it is revealed by PricewaterhouseCoopers that the tax burden for Britain’s leading retailers has increased by 65 per cent since 2005
The founders of Bebo has bought the social network for $1m just five years after selling it for $850m.
Latest employment data from The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) reveals that the marketing and media sector continues to suffer from a mass talent shortage.