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Employment News Stories

All the latest news from the world of employment.

Pay per Neet Project Launched

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is launching a new scheme which will encourage teenagers to find work and training opportunities. The scheme, called Pay-per-Neet, will invite companies all over the country to bid for a ‘payment-by-results’ scheme. The aim is to get unemployed teenagers into…

Scottish Businesses Suffering?

A recent report has revealed that jobs and businesses in Scotland are still being impacted by the downturn. The retail sector is suffering as the number of consumers visiting shops in Scotland has decreased more dramtically than other parts of the UK. The British Retail…

Retail Purchases Increase

Despite the dismal retail reports during Christmas, retail sales have risen by 0.9% during January. It was reported late last year that the UK high street was suffering – with less people visiting stores and instead opting to buy online. But the Office for National…

UK Unemployment Still Rising

During the end of last year UK unemployment figures reached a high – with 2.67 million people out of work. The figures, reported by the BBC, indicate that 48, 000 more people were unemployed during the build up to Christmas. The current unemployment rate in…

300 Jobs for Dyson?

After a record breaking year, hoover manufacturer and engineering company Dyson has suggested they could create 300 jobs. The company has made £1bn for the first time ever and to celebrate they have suggested they will create extra jobs – 8% of their current workforce….

Another Strike Imminent?

A few months ago public sector staff across the country conducted a one-day strike over pensions and it looks like it could happen again. The Unite trade union may hold a fresh strike ballot for its 100, 000 members in the NHS, reports the BBC. The…

Consumers Avoiding Credit Card Spending

According to a recent report on the BBC website, the demand for credit cards is decreasing. Consumers are opting to borrow elsewhere as figures show that the number of credit cards used in the country during 2011 had significantly decreased when compared to previous years. The PwC…

UK Service Sector Grows

A new survey has found the UK’s service sector has grown rapidly since the New Year. Apparently it’s been the fastest growth in the industry since March 2011. The service sector currently accounts for 70% of the UK’s economy. The latest news suggests that, despite…