Tom Newcombe

Autumn Statement: Gen Y won't receive pension until 70

The state pension age is set to rise to 70 after 2050, chancellor George Osborne has said.

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Autumn Statement: Support for apprenticeships, removal of uni cap

Chancellor George Osborne has announced he will provide an extra £40 million to increase the number of people starting higher apprenticeships.

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Autumn Statement: Employment at "all time high"

Chancellor George Osborne used his Autumn Statement speech to hail the high levels of employment, which he said is further proof of an economic recovery.

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Nearly half of health senior managers 'ineffective', claims CMI

One in three managers working in health and social care are considered ineffective by their staff, according to a report published today by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).

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Hewlett-Packard to cut over 1,000 UK jobs

The world's largest maker of PCs, Hewlett-Packard (HP), has announced it will cut more than 1,124 UK jobs in 2014.

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REC urges recruiters to offer more value

Recruiters need to "up their game" to remain a valued source of hiring in an increasingly more competitive and complex environment, a report by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has...

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ING chooses Chris Roebuck as global head of performance management

HR magazine’s 13th Most Influential UK Thinker, Chris Roebuck, has been named as interim global head of performance management at multinational banking and financial services firm ING.

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Christmas comes early for job market

Christmas has come early for the jobs market with seasonal jobs up significantly compared to last year, showing renewed confidence among businesses in the busy festive trading period, the latest Reed...

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Social media yet to go viral for businesses, CIPD research finds

Only 25% of employees are using social media for work purposes, suggesting employers are "missing out" on the business benefits, according to a study published today by the CIPD.

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Business leaders call for shake-up of UK education system

Business leaders yesterday called for a major shake-up of the UK's "failing" education system, as international rankings showed British schoolchildren are languishing behind many other countries in...

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Business leaders call for shake-up of UK education system

Business leaders yesterday called for a major shake-up of the UK's "failing" education system, as international rankings showed British schoolchildren are languishing behind many other countries in...

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Minimum wage enforcement not fit for purpose, says think tank

There are "systematic failures" in the way National Minimum Wage (NMW) compliance is enforced and oversight is in need of reform, a report from think tank Centre for London and charity Trust for...

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