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Third of Plymouth’s disability benefit claimants were reassessed as ‘fit for work’

Third of Plymouth's disability benefit claimants were reassessed as 'fit for work'

Official figures have revealed that more than one in three people in Plymouth who claim incapacity benefit have been reassessed […]

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Third of Plymouth's disability benefit claimants were reassessed as 'fit for work'

Third of Plymouth's disability benefit claimants were reassessed as 'fit for work'

Official figures have revealed that more than one in three people in Plymouth who claim incapacity benefit have been reassessed […]

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Employers are "clueless" with regards to apprenticeships

Employers are "clueless" with regards to apprenticeships

Jason Holt, Chief Executive of Holts Group of Companies in charge of reviewing the apprenticeship programme, has revealed that employers […]

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Employers are “clueless” with regards to apprenticeships

Employers are "clueless" with regards to apprenticeships

Jason Holt, Chief Executive of Holts Group of Companies in charge of reviewing the apprenticeship programme, has revealed that employers […]

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New fund to invest £40m into UK companies

New fund to invest £40m into UK companies

The Government has launched a new Enterprise Capital Fund, Notion Capital, that will invest £40m in small and medium sized […]

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Work Experience availability depends on social class

Work Experience availability depends on social class

A study undertaken by the Education and Employers Taskforce has shown the importance of work experience in improving pupils academic achievements and […]

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Chris Grayling battles against threats to employment

Chris Grayling battles against threats to employment

During a speech this afternoon at a Policy Exchange event, Employment Minister Chris Grayling criticised the EU and protesters to […]

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Chris Grayling incorrect regarding female employment figures.

Chris Grayling incorrect regarding female employment figures.

Chris Grayling has claimed that the ‘economic inactivity’ among women was decreasing due to “stay at home” mothers starting to look for work. […]

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UK employers prefer experienced and older foreigners rather than British workers

UK employers prefer experienced and older foreigners rather than British workers

Figure released by the ONS today have revealed that the number of British-born workers fell by 208,000 last year while […]

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More than half of industry employers believe that the Government’s new apprenticeship scheme is damaging the apprenticeship brand

More than half of industry employers believe that the Government’s new apprenticeship scheme is damaging the apprenticeship brand

An independent survey commissioned by EAL has shown that employers believe that the Government’s new Apprenticeship scheme, which replaced the Train to […]

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