“This is an unprecedented period of anxiety for many people in the UK.”
“Employee benefits can counteract the pressures of pay increases.”
Ramkumar Chandraeskaran: Closing the digital skills gap, why UK firms must be more proactive to remain competitive
“Digital skills needs are expected to sky rocket in the coming years.”
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How much is the digital skills talent gap costing the country and what happens when demand which already outstrips supply, skyrockets?
Under proposed new immigration rules, low-skilled workers from EU countries will no longer have the automatic right to work in the UK after Brexit,
TUC and CBI have sounded the alarm over prospects of microchipping workers.
Companies remain optimistic about their ability to generate jobs in the short-term, building on the UK’s record labour market performance, according to the latest CBI/Pertemps network group employment trends survey.
Uber will not be forced to adapt to a raft of new burdensome regulations that would have seriously damaged the firm’s ability to operate in London.
Prime Minister, David Cameron, has outlined a pencil-sketch vision of an educational future in which all post-16 students either take on an apprenticeship or go to university university. Mr Cameron told an audience at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) annual conference that he wanted to see “either apprenticeships or universities for almost everybody”.
With the official EU referendum campaigns now launched, the CBI is setting out the business case for why the majority of its member organisations want to remain in a reformed European Union .
In a wide-ranging interview with the Financial Times published this week, CBI President, Paul Drechsler, stated that the impact on businesses of National Living Wage announced in Chancellor George Osbourne’s Summer Budget in July has been underestimated. His comments have produced a strong reaction from trade unions, with GMB accusing the CBI of “crying wolf”. In…
Only one in five (20%) workers say they believe that the majority of UK businesses act responsibly, according to new research by IT services company Rioch.
The CBI commented on possible new legislation expected to be announced in the Queen’s Speech. Katja Hall, CBI Deputy Director-General, said: “With the economic recovery gathering momentum and broadening out, we want the final session of Parliament to help embed growth and job creation for the long-term, delivering prosperity for all. At this stage of…