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21 Feb, 2012

German companies urged to concider new markets

German companies are looking beyond their traditional export markets.   A government agency is looking into new investment opportunities in hitherto untapped markets of the future. What’s important for German companies is that Slovakia is investing heavily in roads and railways. The country is also a main producer of electronics...

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21 Feb, 2012

Another Recession

The Institute of Directors’ (IoD) survey of 1,000 business leaders also said that 53% thought there was a moderate recession risk. The National Institute of Economic and Social Research has predicted a UK recession in the first half of 2012.  The UK economy shrank by 0.2% in the last...

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20 Feb, 2012

Better than expected official jobs statistics

Dr John Philpott, Chief Economic Adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) comments as follows on official labour market statistics for the period October-December 2011 published earlier today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS): “The latest headline jobs data are considerably better than expected but...

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20 Feb, 2012

Monster Global Poll

A poll conducted by Monster reveals that workers are more than willing to  forgo lunch with nearly one third of global respondents (30 per cent) eating whilst working or not taking a break at all. In comparison, workers in the UK are considerably more likely than other countries to...

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20 Feb, 2012

Temporary working rises as unemployment remains high

With January’s unemployment figures expecting to remain high, data from de Poel, the UK’s number one procurer of temporary agency labour, reveals that the use of temporary staff in the UK rose by 13% in January compared to the same period last year. Figures from de Poel show that...

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