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project started in 2015 and funded by the UK's Arts and Humanities Research council, led by the Edinburgh College of Art, the University of Sheffield, and Create London. The three-part “Panic!” project draws from based responses by 2,487 culture professionals in the UK's creative industries, including the ...
The proportion of working-age mothers with a job has risen by nearly 50% since 1975, when around half were in paid employment, to 72% in 2015. Employment had increased most among those with children of pre-school or primary-school age, as well single mothers. The trend is especially prevalent ...

... graduate training programme is underpinned by a development framework that broadens and deepens your knowledge. You'll learn from hands-on coaching and an outstanding variety of work, picking up business, personal and technical skills you can use across the network, and throughout your career ...
Sky Sports anchor Simon Thomas, whose wife died suddenly of cancer last year, has announced he is leaving his job to focus on his son, Ethan. In a blog ... Thomas reiterated that he is "not turning my back" on broadcasting but will focus on writing a book and raising awareness for charity Bloodwise UK.
The Supreme Court has handed down its long-awaited landmark decision in the appeal of Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v Haywood, ruling that notice of termination takes effect neither when the termination letter is posted by the employer, nor when it is put through the employee's ...
James Haskell's England career may be over a year before the World Cup because he has not received any contract offers from Aviva Premiership clubs. The 33-year-old flanker is being released by Wasps at the end of this season and has spent the past three months looking for a deal that would give him ...

One of the Bank of England's top officials has cut his forecast for the number of job losses the City will endure as a result of Brexit. Deputy governor Sam Woods reiterated his forecast that one-to-two per cent of bank and insurance jobs would move out of London, equivalent to around 5,000-10,000 people.
It's offering between £66,000 and £85,000 for the job—a good amount compared with the median for professionals in the UK. But the private sector would offer easily twice as much for such complex work, Fielding says. One attendee at a data-protection conference in London last year summed it up: “You're ...
Last June, Matthew Taylor, a former policy advisor for prime minister Tony Blair, published his government-commissioned review, taking a detailed look at working practices in the UK and recommending some changes to the ways in which employment and worker rights should be protected.
The Equality Commission yesterday said it had raised concerns on grounds of fair employment legislation – and it understood Border Force is now reviewing the issue "as a matter of urgency". Hundreds of new posts across the north and Britain are being advertised within Border Force, which deals with ...

Nissan is to cut hundreds of jobs at its Sunderland car plant, as diesel sales decline. The carmaker builds its Qashqai and Juke models at the north-eastern England site, where it employs 7,000 people. As well as a fall in the demand for its diesel cars, the job losses relate to a switch in production to newer ...
Forex Today: AUD bulls shrug-off dismal Aus jobs, UK retail sales – key. Risk-on continued to remain the main theme across the fx board for the second straight Asian session today, as the stocks cheered ebbing fears over a trade war and geopolitical tensions around Syria while oil prices at 3.5-year peaks ...
... amounted to full employment was misleading. Assistant general secretary Owen Reidy said: "Firstly, the rate of economic inactivity continues to be the fundamental sticky issue in the labour market that sets Northern Ireland apart from Great Britain." The province's inactivity rate is 27.9%. Belfast Telegraph.
Jobs at shipyards including Rosyth could be lost if a £1 billion Royal Navy contract goes overseas, union leaders have warned. ... Babcock International, which announced 400 job losses at Rosyth Dockyard last November and in March, was among a number of firms from the UK and abroad to attend an ...
Figures released by the Office for National Statistics point to a massive 427,000 more people getting back into employment over the last year, with 32.26 million ... However, as it becomes increasingly clear that Brexit has yet to affect jobs in the UK, Stephen Clarke, senior economic analyst at the Resolution ...
The number of people in work also reached a record high of 32.2 million as 55,000 more people started a job, giving an employment rate of 75.4%. ... Economists expect further rises in earnings during the year, but they say Britain still needs to make up a lot of ground after a decade of poor performance.
The UK's biggest auto manufacturer -- Jaguar Land Rover -- is cutting 1,000 jobs in its home market as Brexit and slumping sales hit the quintessentially British brand. Jaguar Land Rover -- which is owned by India's Tata Motors (TTM) -- employs about 40,000 workers in the UK who produce over 500,000 ...


 

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