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Future Talent Conference

On Wednesday, April 29th hundreds of HR professionals gathered at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden for the 2015 edition of the Future Talent Conference Though most of the lectures under the great glass dome focused on human resources ...

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Cordant Services invests over £1m in a new ‘cadet’ initiative

Cordant Services is to invest over £1 million in a new initiative designed to attract new people into the FM sector and help them to develop into the business leaders of tomorrow. Over the past few months, the company has interviewed over 200 ...

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University launches construction career campaign

Buckinghamshire University Technical College (UTC), along with sponsor Taylor Wimpey, one of the UK’s largest homebuilders, has launched a campaign promoting careers in the construction industry. Over 224,000 jobs in construction need to be created in the next five years, ...

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Fourfront claims SMEs provide the key to encouraging more women onto boards

Following the news that Britain’s top companies have doubled the number of female directors, Aki Stamatis, chairman of commercial interiors specialist Fourfront Group, is urging small and medium-sized businesses to follow Fourfront’s example and encourage more women onto their boards. ...

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Incentive FM recognised as a Living Wage Service Provider

Incentive FM Group has been accredited as a Living Wage Provider, formalising the company’s ongoing commitment to paying the employees that work within its central team, the National Living Wage as a minimum.  Incentive FM Group will also be providing a Living ...

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Forum warns employers to be ready for incoming changes to workplace rules

With a number of workplace regulatory changes come into force in April, the Forum of Private Business is warning all employers, regardless of their size, to make sure that they are up-to-date with the incoming changes. While many large employers have ...

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National Minimum Wage rates set to rise

As recommended by the Low Pay Commission (LPC), the adult rate of the National Minimum Wage will rise by 20 pence from £6.50 to £6.70 per hour from 1 October 2015. Government also accepted the LPC’s recommendations for young people ...

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Servest enrols 10 future leaders

Servest Group has today (16 March) officially launched its development programme for future leaders of its business. More than 160 applicants applied for the two-year programme that will prepare them for taking on a management role in the company. The ...

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Brown to step down as CEO at Bilfinger Europa

Greig Brown has announced he will be stepping down as CEO of Bilfinger Europa as of 1 July 2015. Brown, who has been CEO of Europa and laterally Bilfinger Europa since 2008, will continue as a non-executive director of the business, ...

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WSH launches food and hospitality Apprentice Academy

BaxterStorey, Holroyd Howe and Caterlink, all part of catering and hospitality company Westbury Street Holdings Ltd (WSH), have come together to launch a new food and hospitality Apprentice Academy. Aiming to create more jobs for young people within the food and ...

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