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Being a Woman, Being Older and Working Part-Time All Increase Your Chances of Becoming 'Stuck' in Low Pay
Women in low-paid employment are on average 47 percentage points more likely than similar men to be still in low pay after ten years*, according to new research published today by the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, in association with John Lewis Partnership. read more
Government Puts Spotlight on Access to Banking Services for Customers at Industry Meeting
The Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Andrea Leadsom, today met with senior executives from Britain's banks and building societies to discuss widening access to banking services for customers across the country. read more
RFID Solutions to Shape Retail Stores of the Future
Discover global retail trends for RFID-based solutions during Frost & Sullivan’s upcoming complimentary live webinar. read more
Small Businesses Need to Educate Staff to Prevent a Cyber-Breach, Says KPMG
Del Heppenstall, director in the cyber security practice at KPMG in the UK, comments on the “Cyber Streetwise” small business roundtable, on which he was a participant, to create an easy to understand action plan that will help small firms combat cybercrime. read more
ACCA and IMA Global Survey Finds “Robust Recovery” For Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Investment environment improved for UK SMEs who are 'back in the game' * UK policies 'among the most SME-friendly' globally in 2013/14. read more
How a typo can make or break your business
How do you react when you see a typo? Are you irritated? Do you laugh? We all react differently to mistakes, errors or defects. read more
Time to ask The Apprentice to leave the boardroom?
TV programmes like The Apprentice, coupled with a relentless news focus on the negative side of business, can be harmful, says our management consultancy columnist Mick James, because they do not reflect what the corporate world is really like. read more
Time to consider your career options as hiring market booms again
You’ve suffered through the recent years in consulting. read more
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