Daily Archives: September 10, 2010

CBI welcomes independent review of vocational qualifications

The CBI has welcomed the announcement of an independent review of vocational qualifications for 14- to 19-year olds – but teaching unions have labelled it as “a naked attempt to advance the flawed policy of academies and free schools”. Education Secretary … Continue reading

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Return to pre-recession employment levels could take up to 24 yrs

It could take as long as 14 years for the private sector to create enough jobs to return employment to pre-recession levels, according to research released by the TUC today. The analysis, which casts doubt over government claims that the … Continue reading

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Almost 1 in 10 women are sexually harassed in the workplace

Almost one in 10 women have been sexually harassed in the workplace, and even more feel victimised by male bosses. Research by Reabur reveals that 8% of women feel sexually harassed at work but less than half report it for … Continue reading

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The price one pays for pursuing any profession or calling is an intimate knowledge of its ugly side.  James Baldwin (1924-1987)

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