Work ethic is still essential for young long-term jobless

Work ethic is still essential for young long-term jobless

“The Chancellor is quite right to try and stamp out the ‘something for nothing’ culture prevalent among the long-term unemployed but it is equally important to upgrade the training opportunities we can offer them,” said Will Davies, the founder and managing director of property maintenance and refurbishment company.   Mr Davies – an employer in the building […]

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Accidents not waiting to happen

Accidents not waiting to happen

A UEL Expert Report: By Peter Brash of Grigor & Young It might have escaped your notice but major changes affecting personal injury claims for accidents at work became effective from 1 October 2013. The Westminster Government’s review of health and safety legislation from 2011 has come to fruition in the form of Section 69 […]

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It’s official: women waste less time at work than men

It’s official: women waste less time at work than men

Nearly a half of British employees shop or read news online during work, a third spends time on social media, but generally women waste less time than men. A study by Safetica about employees’ online behaviour reveals loosening work ethics as British employees reveal their favourite distractions when it comes to wasting time. The introduction of the […]

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