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Afriwise launches first-of-its-kind consulting firm in Africa
Afriwise Consult Unlocks Value of Local Expertise in Africa. read more
Aon Hewitt Says Pensions Professionals Face a Busy End to 2014
Aon Hewitt, the global talent, retirement and health solutions business of Aon plc has said that UK pension professionals face an exceptionally busy period as they return from the summer holidays to grapple with the far-reaching consequences of the 2014 Budget changes. read more
As manufacturing pay rises, EEF offers advice on employee relations
Manufacturing employers are being offered expert advice on managing effective relationships with their employees in the new post-recession landscape, on the back of new data showing manufacturing pay outstripping that of the rest of the economy. read more
CTN Communications launches 'Women in Leadership Programme'
CTN, the creative, digital and leadership agency, has announced the launch of a new programme aimed at improving the confidence of women in leadership roles. read more
Degree or no degree: that is the question?
Is the nation’s youth being suckered into paying a fortune for a qualification which in many cases may have limited ROI OR alternatively are others trying to persuade them that a degree doesn’t really matter and “why waste money when you could be earning money”. read more
Deloitte Reports Fourth Consecutive Year of Revenue Growth and Invests for Future
Revenue up 1.4% to £2.55 billion; Corporate finance grows by nearly 5%. read more
Estuary airport would provide thousands more jobs, according to new figures
New figures indicate that having a new airport in the Thames Estuary would support 336,000 jobs around the country in 2050, around a third more than an expanded Heathrow and more than five times as many jobs as an expanded Gatwick airport would provide. read more
European Commission Adopts 'Partnership Agreement' With the Czech Republic on Using EU Structural and Investment Funds for Growth and Jobs in 2014-2020
The European Commission has adopted a "Partnership Agreement" with the Czech Republic setting down the strategy for the optimal use of European Structural and Investment Funds throughout the country. read more
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