Tag: work

Private Sector Workers Increase by One Million Under Coalition Government

Posted on 18 September, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

It is fair to say that the Coalition Government have had a bit of a rollercoaster ride in the politics field since coming to power in 2010... Read More

Could Working Long Hours be Affecting your Health?

Posted on 17 September, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

For many commercial property workers in the current double dip recession, working overtime has become a way of showing how dedicated to their jobs they are, in order to avoid the unemployment line should their employers announce cutbacks in the near future.... Read More

British Businesses Plan to Take on more Employees Despite Economic Turmoil

Posted on 15 September, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

With the news dominated by economic gloom and employment worries, it is always nice to hear some good stories emerging from the relative chaos that is Britain in 2012.... Read More

Are Lunch Breaks a Thing of the Past?

Posted on 14 September, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Misc

Recently we reported that on average people who work through their lunch hour everyday clock-up an extra 128 hours of overtime per year, which equates to 16 full days unpaid.... Read More

Tesco Facing Fines for Illegal Employment

Posted on 25 August, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

One of Britain’s most popular supermarket chains has landed itself in hot water with Border Force this week.... Read More

What Does The Future Hold Following GCSE Results Day?

Posted on 23 August, 2012 by Neil Bird under Business News

Today 650,000 school and college students are nervously awaiting the results of their GCSE examinations which could determine which direction they take next.... Read More

No More Misery Finding “Sorry, you were out” Slips from Royal Mail

Posted on 21 August, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Business News

Whether you have been slaving away in the office all day, working in a retail outlet or constructing a new commercial property in your town centre, the last thing you want to come home to is a note through your letterbox saying, “Sorry, you were out”.... Read More

One in Ten Workers Do Not Plan to Retire – Ever

Posted on 20 August, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

With the recession in full swing, many people have been forced to re-think their long term financial plans.... Read More

Foreign Workers Becoming Preferable to Young Brits

Posted on 18 August, 2012 by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

With unemployment a very real issue in Britain today, it was recently revealed that young people aged 16-25 are the group most likely to be in the queues for Job Seeker’s Allowance.... Read More

Impact of Having a Sick Day

Posted on 16 August, 2012 by MOVEHUT under Economy

Most people hate having a day off work sick, worrying about taking time off and what kind of work you will come back to in the office... Read More