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Optimise your Office Space
Optimise your Office Space
Optimise Your Office Space Optimising an office space can be, unless you’re talking about a personal office, a very diff...
Panda Hugger – the best job in the world?
Panda Hugger – the best job in the world?
Panda Hugger – the best job in the world?  “Choose a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.”We’ve all he...
30 Things You Should Never Say in a Job Interview
30 Things You Should Never Say in a Job Interview
30 Things You Should Never Say in an Interview We all know that it’s the interview where you really get the job – or not...
Cyber-Security Start-Ups in the UK - Venture Capitalists' New Golden Goose
Cyber-Security Start-Ups in the UK - Venture Capitalists' New Golden G...
Cyber-Security Start-Ups in the UK - Venture Capitalists' New Golden Goose Cyber-crime is one of the greatest threats fa...
Small businesses to receive leftovers of apprenticeship levy funds
Small businesses to receive leftovers of apprenticeship levy funds
Small businesses to receive leftovers of apprenticeship levy funds Small businesses will receive the leftovers of the ap...
Bali Man Builds Own Robotic Arm
Bali Man Builds Own Robotic Arm
Semi-paralysed Man in Bali Builds His Own Robotic ArmWayan Sumardana, a 31-year-old welder from Bali, Indonesia, suffere...
Persona Marketing: A Much Better Idea Than Generational Marketing
Persona Marketing: A Much Better Idea Than Generational Marketing
Persona Marketing: A Much Better Idea Than Generational Marketing Generational marketing seems to be the new buzzword am...
21 Creative Ways Jobseekes Got Noticed - Pt III
21 Creative Ways Jobseekes Got Noticed - Pt III
21 Creative Ways Jobseekers Got Themselves Noticed - Pt III Over the last month, we’ve been sharing with you some of our...
To Use a PSL, or Not to Use a PSL - That is the Question
To Use a PSL, or Not to Use a PSL - That is the Question
To PSL or Not to PSL: That is the Question The use of Preferred Supplier Lists (PSL) was originally intended to support ...
Crude Oil Prices Drop to 12-year Low
Crude Oil Prices Drop to 12-year Low
Crude Oil Prices Hit New 12-year Low... but the industry soldiers on...Oil prices have been in freefall for months, and ...
Beat Blue Monday - Make it Motivation Monday!
Beat Blue Monday - Make it Motivation Monday!
Beat Blue Monday - Make it Motivation Monday! Today is the beginning of the third week of January, and according to many...
UK ranks third in Europe for job opportunity
UK ranks third in Europe for job opportunity
UK ranks third in Europe for finding a job The UK is the third best country in Europe in which to find a job, according ...
Graduate Recruitment firm parodies Adele's 'Hello' with hilarious results
Graduate Recruitment firm parodies Adele's 'Hello' with hilarious resu...
Manchester-based Graduate Recruitment firm GradTouch Parody Adele’s ‘Hello’ – with hilarious results!  As many a graduat...
How Do You Keep Employee Motivation High in the New Year?
How Do You Keep Employee Motivation High in the New Year?
Keeping Motivation High for the New Year The new year is often a time when people choose to change something about thems...
CBSbutler awarded 3-stars from Best Companies
CBSbutler awarded 3-stars from Best Companies
CBSbutler awarded 3-star accreditation from Best CompaniesCBSbutler is proud to announce the attainment of the prestigio...
New Year, New You, New Team
New Year, New You, New Team
New Year, New You, New Team The new year has long been a time for change, self-reflection and improvement. Whether it’s ...
21 Creative Ways Jobseekers Got Themselves Noticed - Pt II
21 Creative Ways Jobseekers Got Themselves Noticed - Pt II
21 Creative Ways Jobseekers Got Themselves Noticed - Pt II We all know that finding a job can be difficult at the moment...
Our CRASH Christmas Jumper Day was a great success!
Our CRASH Christmas Jumper Day was a great success!
Our CRASH Christmas Jumper Day was a great success! Last Friday the CBSbutler offices were even brighter and more cheerf...
It's CRASHmas!
It's CRASHmas!
CRASH's #XmasJumperDay  It’s CRASH Christmas Jumper Day, and we here at CBSbutler are taking advantage of the opportunit...
21 Creative Ways Jobseekers Got Themselves Noticed - Pt I
21 Creative Ways Jobseekers Got Themselves Noticed - Pt I
21 Creative Ways Jobseekers Got Themselves Noticed (Part I) Competition for available jobs can be fierce, and no one kno...
Spreading Christmas Cheer with Pastens Action for Children
Spreading Christmas Cheer with Pastens Action for Children
Spreading a little Christmas Cheer with Pastens Action for Children Last night some of our own trooped out in the cold, ...
US Senate passes Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act
US Senate passes Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act
President Obama signs legislation recognising private mining rights in space Space mining sounds like the province of sc...
Global Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2016
Global Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2016
Global Recruiting Trends to Watch in 2016 LinkedIn have released the fifth iteration of their Global Recruiting Trends r...
Why you should outsource your recruitment needs
Why you should outsource your recruitment needs
Why you should be outsourcing your recruitment needs  Outsourcing your recruitment needs can have myriad benefits, from ...
Smart building technologies open to cyber attacks
Smart building technologies open to cyber attacks
The recent trend in big household digital corporations such as Evernote, TweetDeck and Feedly being held to ransom by In...
A day in the life of a CBSbutler consultant
A day in the life of a CBSbutler consultant
The key to a business' success lies firmly in its workforce - a team of people who will be moving collectively in one di...
STEM students need to consider the nuclear sector to keep jobs in Britain
STEM students need to consider the nuclear sector to keep jobs in Brit...
NIA launches re:generation campaign to highlight breadth of quality careers in the nuclear sector to encourage a new gen...
CBSbutler sponsor SATRO Summer Science Festival for 4th year running.
CBSbutler sponsor SATRO Summer Science Festival for 4th year running.
Thursday 19th June 2014 saw Surrey Sports Park in Guildford awash with 800 students from secondary schools and colleges ...
APSCO Recruitment Challenge Cup - Pool 3 Winners
APSCO Recruitment Challenge Cup - Pool 3 Winners
APSCo Recruitment Cup - Pool 3 "Winners"The newly formed CBSbutler FC team participated in its very first football tourn...
Cyber Crime costs world economy £266M
Cyber Crime costs world economy £266M
Global ICT security firm McAfee has warned companies about the rising costs of cyber crime, reporting worldwide losses a...
Downturn in 2014 FM M&A activity
Downturn in 2014 FM M&A activity
The opening quarter of 2014 has seen a continued drop in the volume of merger and acquisitions activity in the Facilitie...
Building Controls & BMS papers released
Building Controls & BMS papers released
BRE has recently produced a series of information papers aimed at assisting non-technical clients and building occupiers...
Trend BEMS driving energy savings at Jaguar Land Rover
Trend BEMS driving energy savings at Jaguar Land Rover
Jaguar Land Rover’s 365 hectare Gaydon Centre site in Warwickshire has successfully achieved an impressive 21% reduction...
Japanese invest £200million UK Nuclear market
Japanese invest £200million UK Nuclear market
British Prime Minister David Cameron and Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe recently announced that Toshiba will look to create...
Toshiba looking to purchase Alstom power grid business from GE
Toshiba looking to purchase Alstom power grid business from GE
Reuters) - Toshiba Corp will offer to buy Alstom's power grid business for "several hundred billion yen" if General Elec...
Advanced Manufacturing to pave the way for 'Industrial Renaissance'
Advanced Manufacturing to pave the way for 'Industrial Renaissance'
Advancing Manufacturing can pave way for Industrial Renaissance The role of manufacturing industries in Europe has decli...
£25,000 prize for African engineering innovation launched
£25,000 prize for African engineering innovation launched
The UK’s Royal Academy of Engineering has launched the first Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, worth £25,000 for ...
Apprenticeship in
Apprenticeship in "Space Engineering" launched
Loughborough College has launched the first-ever higher apprenticeship in space engineering. The pioneering apprenticesh...
European manufacturing expands again in March
European manufacturing expands again in March
A recent article by the Irish Times reports that growth in euro-area manufacturing and services stayed close to the fast...
Singapore and UK Launch Maritime and Offshore R&D lab
Singapore and UK Launch Maritime and Offshore R&D lab
Building on the fruitful past decade of UK-Singapore cooperation in scientific research and development, A*STAR’s Instit...
Engineering apprenticeships twice as popular as degrees
Engineering apprenticeships twice as popular as degrees
Recent figures from the Skills Funding Agency show that Engineering apprenticeships are now twice as popular as degree c...
UK manufacturers enjoying strong growth
UK manufacturers enjoying strong growth
Britain’s manufacturers are enjoying increasingly strong growth levels thanks to a combination of strong UK sales and a ...
Manufacturing boost as Osborne announces energy cost reforms.
Manufacturing boost as Osborne announces energy cost reforms.
THE Chancellor announced a package of reforms to "radically reduce" energy costs for businesses, especially manufacturin...
Impressive business activity pushes recruitment up
Impressive business activity pushes recruitment up
Although the bad weather remained to be an issue in February, business activity saw an impressive growth and as a result...
BT to recruit 300 best tech graduates
BT to recruit 300 best tech graduates
BT plans to add 300 of the UK's best tech, business and science graduates to its workforce - offering them a wide range ...
Engineering firms warn of the business risks of Scottish independence
Engineering firms warn of the business risks of Scottish independence
Industrial engineering and manufacturing interests in Scotland, including major defence contractor Babcock, which curren...
Jaguar Land Rover success could lead to more jobs
Jaguar Land Rover success could lead to more jobs
The UK's automotive sector could be set to invest in more staff following a pledge from government work closely with man...
Jobs at the centre of G20 objectives
Jobs at the centre of G20 objectives
The creation of a "significant" number of jobs is at the centre of the G20's aim to add US$2 trillion to the global econ...
UK Business Ethics under the microscope
UK Business Ethics under the microscope
UK business ethics under the microscope. Sebastian Coe, the current president of the IAAF, has reluctantly quit his cont...
Work/Life Balance - who has it and how do you get it?
Work/Life Balance - who has it and how do you get it?
Work/Life Balance: Who has it, and how do you get it?     A survey of more than 670 white-collar workers were surveyed b...
Recruitment International Awards
Recruitment International Awards
CBSbutler shortlisted for prestigious industry award    The annual Recruitment International Awards have long been consi...
Top 10 UK Job Sites in 2015
Top 10 UK Job Sites in 2015
Top 10 UK Job Boards With more than 85% of recruiters using paid sources to advertise their jobs, it has never been more...
10 words not to use on your CV
10 words not to use on your CV
Ten words and phrases to avoid on your CV Job hunting can be difficult: it can be tiring and demoralising and downright ...
Bonfire Night
Bonfire Night
Bonfire Night at CBSbutler  The hills rang with the echoes of fireworks last night at CBSbutler as we celebrated Bonfire...
Events at CBSbutler
Events at CBSbutler
Events at CBSbutler The social calendar at CBSbutler is always buzzing, and this year has been no different! The staff h...
Hallowe'en at CBSbutler
Hallowe'en at CBSbutler
Hallowe’en is here at CBSbutler! It’s a day of horror and spine-tingling chills at CBSbutler as we celebrate Hallowe’en ...
CBSbutler are getting on their bikes with the Bike2Work Scheme
CBSbutler are getting on their bikes with the Bike2Work Scheme
CBSbutler are getting on their bikes with the Bike2Work Scheme  The Bike2Work Scheme enables employers to assist their e...
BT/EE acquisition receives provisional approval from CMA
BT/EE acquisition receives provisional approval from CMA
CMA gives provisional approval for BT acquisition of EE  BT has received provisional approval from the CMA (Competition ...
Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering awarded to Dr Robert Langer
Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering awarded to Dr Robert Langer
Dr Robert Langer to receive Queen Elizabeth Prize in Engineering at Buckingham Palace The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engi...
Halloween Fun in aid of the Samson Centre
Halloween Fun in aid of the Samson Centre
Halloween Fun in aid of the Samson Centre We here at CBSbutler are committed to charitable works, and with Halloween jus...
Recruiters' most hated words
Recruiters' most hated words
Recruiters' most hated words We’ve all got that word that just instantly makes our skin crawl and our shoulders creep up...
Women In Space at the Science Museum
Women In Space at the Science Museum
London’s Science Museum welcomes three of space science’s leading ladies tonight for a discussion on ‘Women in Space’ To...
Tesla rolls out not-so-'autonomous' software
Tesla rolls out not-so-'autonomous' software
Tesla rolled out its not-so-'autonomous' driving software, and the hands are off the wheel! Autonomous driving is an ext...
The IET welcomes its first ever female President: Naomi Climer
The IET welcomes its first ever female President: Naomi Climer
Naomi Climer is the IET's first female president For the first time in its 144 year history, the Institution of Engineer...
10,000 LinkedIn Followers
10,000 LinkedIn Followers
CBSbutler are very happy to announce that we have just reached the 10,000 follower mark!   It’s been a long road getting...
The Hellhounds are coming!
The Hellhounds are coming!
Northrop Grumman unveil the Hellhound at AUSA: their bid for the US Army LRV contract Imagine an all-terrain vehicle cap...
Susie Wolff: Forging a path for women in Formula One
Susie Wolff: Forging a path for women in Formula One
Susie Wolff is making a name for herself in Formula One - and she's not done yet Susie Wolff (née Stoddart) is an inspir...
Engineering Salary Survey 2015
Engineering Salary Survey 2015
3D-printed ultrasound allows blind mother to 'see' her unborn baby
3D-printed ultrasound allows blind mother to 'see' her unborn baby
Brazilian doctors use 3D-printed ultrasound to give blind mother-to-be the gift of 'seeing' her unborn son  Every expect...
New 'Thirsty' road surface absorbs up to 1,000 litres per minute
New 'Thirsty' road surface absorbs up to 1,000 litres per minute
LaFarge's Topmix Permeable may hold the answer to flooded roads We all know that the UK is a place of incredible amounts...
CBSbutler is Loud and Proud
CBSbutler is Loud and Proud
CBSbutler are loud and proud with #MakeSomeNoise CBSbutler have gone 'loud and proud' today in support of Global's #Make...
The Breakthrough Junior Challenge: inspiring young minds with STEM
The Breakthrough Junior Challenge: inspiring young minds with STEM
Only one day left to enter the Breakthrough Junior Challenge! “Knowledge is humanity’s greatest asset. It defines our na...
Hinkley Point C: the end of our energy problems or a bottomless pit?
Hinkley Point C: the end of our energy problems or a bottomless pit?
Hinkley Point C takes one step closer to reality Hinkley Point C, the proposed nuclear power station in Somerset, may at...
Surrey SATRO Awards: Inspiring the next generation into STEM
Surrey SATRO Awards: Inspiring the next generation into STEM
Surrey SATRO Awards: Inspiring the youth of today to become the scientists and engineers of tomorrow Last night Surrey-b...
Tales of Commuter Woe
Tales of Commuter Woe
Tales of Commuter Woe We’ve all told them, we’ve all heard them; in fact many of us have an entire book’s worth of our o...
CBSbutler is Proud to Accept International Track 200 Award
CBSbutler is Proud to Accept International Track 200 Award
CBSbutler has won an award! CBSbutler were immensely proud this week to accept an award from the Sunday Times HSBC Inter...
The End of the World - or a Chance for Change?
The End of the World - or a Chance for Change?
The End of the World - or a Chance for Change? The skies are full of rocks at the moment, it seems. Yesterday the 270-me...
6 Reasons Not to Lie on Your CV
6 Reasons Not to Lie on Your CV
6 Reasons why it's never a good idea to lie on your CV With VW’s big emissions omission making the headline rounds at th...
Ultrasound could reduce chronic wound healing times by up to a third
Ultrasound could reduce chronic wound healing times by up to a third
Healing times for chronic wounds could be reduced by up to a third with a new technique discovered by UK researchers    ...
Scientists at University of Michigan develop new 'kirigami' solar panel
Scientists at University of Michigan develop new 'kirigami' solar pane...
Scientists at University of Michigan develop innovative new solar panel design inspired by the Japanese art of kirigami ...
Teaching kids to code:  Michelle Sun's First Code Academy in Hong Kong
Teaching kids to code: Michelle Sun's First Code Academy in Hong Kong
Teaching kids to code: Michelle Sun's First Code Academy in Hong Kong     “Our mission is to empower the next generation...
Top 10 Tips for Career Longevity
Top 10 Tips for Career Longevity
Top 10 Tips for Job Longevity    Take responsibility for your own career Advancing in any line of business takes time, p...
#iLookLikeAnEngineer showcases the diversity of engineers across the globe
#iLookLikeAnEngineer showcases the diversity of engineers across the g...
Engineers across the world are pushing back against gender stereotyping and sexism in STEM using #iLookLikeAnEngineerIsi...
A Summer of Charity at CBSbutler
A Summer of Charity at CBSbutler
A Summer of Charity at CBSbutlerIt has been a summer of good works for the staff at CBSbutler, with no less than four ma...
Swimming with the pigeons: London's new 'SkyPool'
Swimming with the pigeons: London's new 'SkyPool'
Swimming with the pigeons: London's new 'SkyPool'In what developers are claiming is an architectural world-first, the ne...
From London to New York in one hour – are hypersonic passenger planes on the horizon?
From London to New York in one hour – are hypersonic passenger planes ...
From London to New York in one hour – are hypersonic passenger planes on the horizon?  Aviation enthusiasts rejoice: Con...
Nepalese Lunch & 'Quake Bake'
Nepalese Lunch & 'Quake Bake'
Rebuilding Nepal  In the wake of  two of the largest earthquakes to hit Nepal in more than 80 years, thousands of lives ...
CBSbutler employees tackle the 40 mile PLOD
CBSbutler employees tackle the 40 mile PLOD
Think you can walk? Think again!   July 17th 2015… midnight… most people are sound asleep…but not 12 hardy souls from CB...
CBSbutler Bonfire Night goes off with a bang!
CBSbutler Bonfire Night goes off with a bang!
CBSbutler Bonfire Night 2014.   Last night our yearly CBSbutler Bonfire Extravaganza went off with an unprecedented bang...
CBSbutler launches new Recruitment Apprenticeships
CBSbutler launches new Recruitment Apprenticeships
CBSbutler team up with Learndirect to launch UK's first Recruitment Apprenticeship Programme. CBSbutler has partnered up...
Fossil fuels must be phased out by 2100
Fossil fuels must be phased out by 2100
IPCC delivers stark warning. A UN-backed 'Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change' has warned that fossil fuels must b...
iPad competition winner announced
iPad competition winner announced
CBSbutler Mobile/iPad competition winner Gerald Small. Last week saw Gerald Small announced as the winner of our inaugur...
Recruitment Ninjas
Recruitment Ninjas
So what's the difference between a Recruiter and a Sourcing Ninja? A Sourcing Ninja is a new generation of recruitment c...
Shale Gas - Is it the future
Shale Gas - Is it the future
Shale Gas - Is it the future?. It is no surprise to hear that since the North American Shale Gas revolution, and the sub...
The changing landscape of Oil and Gas
The changing landscape of Oil and Gas
There are few industries that influence the world quite as regularly and significantly as that of oil and gas. These mat...
Public sector starts sharing the ICT spoils
Public sector starts sharing the ICT spoils
A recent report by industry analysts TechMarketView indicates that SMEs are beginning to outperform leading IT suppliers...
Why are 98% of students turning their back in ICT?
Why are 98% of students turning their back in ICT?
The number of students studying ICT at GCSE level has risen for the third consecutive year, but a staggering 98 percent ...
NHS crying out for Biomechanical engineers
NHS crying out for Biomechanical engineers
With the increasing reliance and complexity of the various technologies used in hospitals and the healthcare industries,...
Latest ONS figures show unemployment has fallen, wages have risen
Latest ONS figures show unemployment has fallen, wages have risen
The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal that unemployment has fallen and wages have incr...
Past three years see 380,000 private sector jobs created in London
Past three years see 380,000 private sector jobs created in London
A new report has shown that between the beginning of 2010 and the middle of 2013, London saw the creation of 380,000 job...
Profits of over £800m could see Jaguar Land Rover investment in recruitment
Profits of over £800m could see Jaguar Land Rover investment in recrui...
Strong 2013 profits for British car manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover could mean more jobs are created this year. According...
Scottish business confidence provides job boom
Scottish business confidence provides job boom
Business confidence across Scotland is at a "new high", contributing to a significant rise in permanent job vacancies, t...
UK jobseekers to benefit from engineering firm's growth
UK jobseekers to benefit from engineering firm's growth
An engineering company in Darlington has plans to create more than 1,300 jobs across the UK over the next 12 months. Acc...
BAE looking for more engineering and physics graduates
BAE looking for more engineering and physics graduates
BAE Systems has announced that it is on the hunt for more engineering, IT and physics graduates this year, according to ...
Bombardier to create 1,000 jobs through £1 bn Crossrail contract
Bombardier to create 1,000 jobs through £1 bn Crossrail contract
Thousands of manufacturing and engineering jobs are expected to be created by Bombardier after the Canadian-based firm w...
Manufacturing jobs created at Sony to meet demand
Manufacturing jobs created at Sony to meet demand
Electronics firm Sony is enjoying a rise in demand across all aspects of its business and will create several permanent ...
New generation of apprentices could help fill skills gap, TUC claims
New generation of apprentices could help fill skills gap, TUC claims
The general secretary of the Trades Union Congress (TUC) has claimed that a new generation of apprentices could help fil...
OGN promises jobs on Tyneside after signing multi-million pound contract
OGN promises jobs on Tyneside after signing multi-million pound contra...
OGN Group will create hundreds of jobs on Tyneside after entering into business with oil & gas firm ConocoPhillips. The ...
UK car industry brimming with optimism.
UK car industry brimming with optimism.
The UK automotive industry has been tipped for a bright future as January saw the 23rd consecutive month of growth for n...
Demand for staff on the rise, according to KPMG report
Demand for staff on the rise, according to KPMG report
New figures from Netherlands-based auditor KPMG suggest that the demand for skilled staff is growing rapidly in the UK. ...
Engineering firm Motherwell Bridge bought in £38m deal
Engineering firm Motherwell Bridge bought in £38m deal
Engineering firm Motherwell Bridge has been bought by the industrial services group Cape plc for almost £38m. The compan...
Motor industry to create tens-of-thousands of jobs over the next three years
Motor industry to create tens-of-thousands of jobs over the next three...
Britain's flourishing car industry could free up 'tens of thousands' of jobs over the next three years, in reaction to t...
MTA to showcase innovation in composites manufacturing at MACH 2014
MTA to showcase innovation in composites manufacturing at MACH 2014
The association, which will be at the event, taking place from 7 - 11 April at the NEC in Birmingham, will emphasise the...
Samsung Engineering wins US $800 mln deal
Samsung Engineering wins US $800 mln deal
Samsung Engineering Co., one of South Korea's leading builders, said Monday that it won a US$800 million contract to dev...
Scottish manufacturing firms lose out on Commonwealth Games merchandise contracts
Scottish manufacturing firms lose out on Commonwealth Games merchandis...
The Sottish Express recently reported that public fury has erupted after it emerged that almost all of the merchandise f...
Siemens closes $100M fund for innovation in manufacturing tech
Siemens closes $100M fund for innovation in manufacturing tech
The venture arm of European engineering company Siemens, Siemens Venture Capital, has launched a new $100 million “Indus...
Employers told to start hiring process early to dodge skills shortage
Employers told to start hiring process early to dodge skills shortage
A new study has warned that employers who bank on filling up their vacancies quickly will ultimately come unstuck due to...
Graduate recruitment budgets back on the rise in 2014
Graduate recruitment budgets back on the rise in 2014
New research has indicated that graduate recruitment is looking up in 2014, as over a quarter of employers have increase...
Merseylink on the lookout for skilled staff to assist in Mersey Bridge project
Merseylink on the lookout for skilled staff to assist in Mersey Bridge...
Merseylink is looking for at least 500 members of staff to aid work on its Mersey Gateway Bridge. The £600 million proje...
Minimum wage to increase to seven pounds, says chancellor
Minimum wage to increase to seven pounds, says chancellor
George Osborne has claimed that the minimum wage for workers over 21 could soon increase. The chancellor made the statem...
One third of UK SME's looking to recruit in 2014
One third of UK SME's looking to recruit in 2014
Around 30% of the UK's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will look to continue with their 2013 recruitment drive...
Scottish permanent job placements at a ten-year high
Scottish permanent job placements at a ten-year high
New statistics show that the jobs market in Scotland is currently thriving. Data from the Bank of Scotland found that pe...
SME voucher scheme will help small firms when hiring
SME voucher scheme will help small firms when hiring
A business expert has praised an SME voucher growth scheme which is being brought in by the government. Jill Miller, res...
West Midlands job prospects looking up
West Midlands job prospects looking up
The West Midlands jobs market is looking healthy, as the number of job postings increases, whilst competition for each r...
Brighton Festival of Science
Brighton Festival of Science
Title: Why is the Brighton Science Festival so important?The Brighton Science Festival will take place from February 15t...
Cross Rail project reaches the half-way point
Cross Rail project reaches the half-way point
The ambitious Crossrail project has reached the half-way stage, with Prime Minister David Cameron marking the event, nce...
Irish students flock back to engineering and architecture
Irish students flock back to engineering and architecture
Demand for courses in agriculture, engineering and architecture have risen shaprly, latest figures in third-level educat...
Over 50% of Scottish renewable energy firms hiring
Over 50% of Scottish renewable energy firms hiring
A new survey has found that there is a bright future for the Scottish renewable energy sector, according to bbc.co.uk.Th...
UK in pole position to benefit from F1 engineering skills
UK in pole position to benefit from F1 engineering skills
A recent article by The Guardian newspaper reported that the UK is reaping the benefits of F1 Engineering competition; R...
Coastal Communities Fund to support creation of over 4,000 jobs
Coastal Communities Fund to support creation of over 4,000 jobs
More than 4,000 jobs and 1,000 apprenticeships will be created thanks to a new round of the government's Coastal Communi...
HS2 Chairman speaks about new engineering college
HS2 Chairman speaks about new engineering college
Chairman of the high-speed rail project HS2, Sir David Higgins, has saidthat a new further education college will help t...
Bloodhound team aims to break 1,000mph speed limit
Bloodhound team aims to break 1,000mph speed limit
A team of British engineers is hoping to set a new land speed record - breaking the 1,000mph barrier in the process, tam...
Britain's £1m engineering competition opens
Britain's £1m engineering competition opens
Nominations have begun for entries into the £1m Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering competition, which aims to identif...
China's manufacturing activity shrinking
China's manufacturing activity shrinking
China's manufacturing activity is shrinking China's manufacturing sector contracted in February, according to a new repo...
Engineering is the key to Britain's future, not just its past
Engineering is the key to Britain's future, not just its past
The UK’s engineering skillsbase is lagging behind Slovenia and Romania, argues Google UK’s engineering director, Mike Wa...
Siemens launches a new $100 million fund for early-stage startups
Siemens launches a new $100 million fund for early-stage startups
The venture arm of European engineering company Siemens, Siemens Venture Capital, has launched a new $100 million “Indus...
Nick Clegg to roll out improved careers guidance in schools
Nick Clegg to roll out improved careers guidance in schools
Nick Clegg has announced a series of proposals for improving careers advice for young pupils and will commission Ofsted ...
Business development crucial to Liverpool job opportunities
Business development crucial to Liverpool job opportunities
Businesses across Liverpool must be encouraged to grow if locals are to benefit from new jobs, the city's mayor believes...
Young people need more training before heading into work
Young people need more training before heading into work
A new survey reveals that many young people lack the skills and knowledge needed to be successful in the workplace, as 5...
Plymouth begins transformation into manufacturing powerhouse
Plymouth begins transformation into manufacturing powerhouse
Plymouth appears to be earning a name for itself in the manufacturing industry as skilled workers continue to flock to t...
20 new council houses planned for Norwich
20 new council houses planned for Norwich
Construction commences today on the first new council houses to be built in Norwich for more than 20 years. City council...
Dyson wants to create 3,000 jobs, but fears he won't fill them
Dyson wants to create 3,000 jobs, but fears he won't fill them
James Dyson, who created the market-changing Dyson vacuum cleaner, has said that he is planning to create around 3,000 e...
'Blue Monday' sees Brits hit the job trail
'Blue Monday' sees Brits hit the job trail
'Blue Monday' sees Brits hit the job trail. 'Blue Monday' is expected to set the tone as Brits flock to the job boards i...
Bristol's enterprise zone, Temple Quarter is the UK's leading job creator
Bristol's enterprise zone, Temple Quarter is the UK's leading job crea...
Bristol's Enterprise Zone Temple Quarter, is UK's leading job creator. New figures suggest the Bristol enterprise zone, ...
Employers aim to keep employees happy this year
Employers aim to keep employees happy this year
Employers will be looking to tackle things like workplace stress in a bid to keep their workers happy this year, industr...
Flexible working helps employees eat healthier
Flexible working helps employees eat healthier
Regus has claimed that flexible working patterns could help employees become less stressed and therefore spend less mone...
Half a million people could find work next year
Half a million people could find work next year
An analyst has predicted that half a million more people will become employed in 2014, beating the 300,000 estimated by ...
Private sector hiring
Private sector hiring
The private sector is continuing to do well, as hiring intentions and business confidence are both still on the rise, re...
The importance of expanding into overseas markets
The importance of expanding into overseas markets
A new report from the CBI and KPMG has outlined the importance of growth ininternational markets. The London Business Su...
Work Strain the cause of health problems in retirement
Work Strain the cause of health problems in retirement
The stresses and strains put on employees have an effect on their personal health in later life, a survey into stress wi...
Writing the perfect CV for healthcare
Writing the perfect CV for healthcare
It's long been known that Britain's world-leading healthcare service is also one of the largest employers. In fact, not ...
Writing  the perfect CV for ICT
Writing the perfect CV for ICT
Numerous reports over recent years have declared a marked drop in the number of IT graduates, following the 90s boom. Ba...
 

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