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Here's to a great year in 2015 for business and a prosperous year ahead in 2016!
From October 1, British workers over the age of 16 on the National Minimum Wage will enjoy a slight increase to their pay, and the apprenticeship rate will also improve for new apprentices and those under the age of 19. The changes to each rate were outlined in this year’s Summer Budget along wit...
Close to two thirds (60%) of businesses in East and West Sussex plan to recruit additional staff in the next year as part of an expansion programme, a new survey has revealed.
The UK’s employment rate has reached its highest point since comparable records began in 1971, according to official figures.
According to a recent report by the UK Commission for Unemployment and Skills (UKCES), almost a quarter of young people in the UK feel that their local area does not provide an adequate number of part-time jobs and named the problem as the biggest barrier to work.