Daily Archives: January 10, 2011

Ed Miliband calls for new tax on bankers’ bonuses

Mr Miliband said it was ”unfair” that the banking levy being imposed by the Government this year would raise less than half that sum at a time when ordinary families are facing increases in taxes like VAT. The Labour leader … Continue reading

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Tube strike threat on royal wedding day

London Underground drivers could take strike action on the day of the royal wedding in a row over pay, union officials warned today. Aslet said it was considering calling its members out on April 29 which would hit Tube services … Continue reading

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One-third of employers use interviews as sole selection technique

More than one-third (37.5%) of employers rely on interviews as the sole selection tool during recruitment, according to research by XpertHR. Selection interviews were rated as effective by two-thirds (66.1%) of employers and the majority (62.5%) of organisations used them alongside … Continue reading

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Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It’s already tomorrow in Australia.  Charles M. Schulz (1922 – 2000)

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