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June 13, 2017
tired
13
Jun

Tired at work? We could have the answer

We’ve all struggled through days at the office in a haze of exhaustion after late night working or partying. But what about the days when you feel you just can’t get out of bed, and you have no idea why your limbs feel like lead and exhaustion seems to dominate your mind? There are a...
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vote labour featured
13
Jun

Company threatened to fire employees for ‘voting Labour’

A company threatened to fire its employees if they voted for Labour in the General Election. A leaked email, seemingly sent by John Brooker, Managing Director of Storm Technologies Ltd, saw him say that those who voted Labour would be “made redundant first.” The email, which was sent to everyone in the company, stated, “So...
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Administrator
13
Jun

Role of the week: IT Systems Administrator | London

The Francis Crick Institute are looking for 2 Systems Administrators who will be part of the Core Systems Team and report to the Core Systems Team Lead.   They will work with the wider IT&S operational and programme team, including external suppliers. In addition, the post will work with stakeholders from a variety of levels...
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working parent stressed featured
13
Jun

Two-thirds of working parents feel worn out by work

Two-thirds of working parents feel worn out by work and the environment in which they work in, according to a new report. The research, conducted by Talking Talent to coincides with Men’s Health Week, found that more working dads felt worn out compared to working mums and those without children. The report found that 72...
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PRWeek
13
Jun

All-male panel told women to “speak louder” in order to stop sexism at work

At a gender discrimination event for PRWeek, an all-male panel told women to ‘speak louder’ to fix work sexism.  The panel was held as part of the PRWeek Hall of Femme and Champions of PR conference in New York last week. Whilst the conference honoured nine women in PR, the panel was set up to...
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nurses
13
Jun

EU nurse applications plummet since EU referendum

  The number of nursing applications to work in the UK have dropped by 96 per cent since Brexit, according to reports.  In July 2016, there were 1,304 registered nurses from the EU joining the Nursing and Midwifery Council register. Almost a year later, in April of this year, just 46 nurses joined the register,...
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inflation
13
Jun

UK inflation rate is at a four year high

The UK inflation rate has now jumped from 2.7 per cent to 2.9 per cent, a four year high. The latest rate shows that inflation is at it’s highest since June 2013, exceeding the Bank of England’s target of two per cent. The increasing cost of package holidays and computer games have attributed to the...
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carer looking after elderly man featured
13
Jun

Unpaid carers are not valued enough, poll finds

Unpaid carers are not valued enough, according to a recent poll. The poll, launched at the start of Carers Week, found that 74 per cent of the UK public feel carers are not sufficiently valued by society for the support they provide. The poll also found that the main concern was affordability of care and...
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