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The average cost of providing the required support for a disabled employee – or a ‘reasonable adjustment’ - is just £30
Dozens of people are chasing low skilled jobs and the government's benefit reforms could make the labour market even more
People are increasingly going to work when they are ill, highlighting a culture of "presenteeism" rather than staff pulling
The jobs outlook has turned positive for the first time in more than a year as fewer firms plan redundancies, according to
The jobs outlook has turned positive for the first time in more than a year as fewer firms plan redundancies, according to
Firms are displaying "cautious optimism" about the prospects of pay rises this year, although continued uncertainty over
The latest state of the jobs market will be revealed on 18 January with new unemployment figures against a backdrop of increasingly
Unemployment will increase to 2.85 million in 2012, while the number of people in work will fall by 120,000 as jobs continue
PA -- Stress has become the main cause of long-term sickness absence for the first time across British industry, a new study