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Barclays introduces new Community Banker role

British multinational banking and financial services company Barclays announced on Friday that it has launched a new customer service role at its branches, which will see 6,500 Barclays branch staff promoted to the position of Community Banker. Barclays said the […]

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Tata Steel announces 400 redundancies in Port Talbot in restructuring proposal

Steel producer Tata Steel disclosed on Tuesday that it proposes to restructure its UK Strip Products business in South Wales in order to improve competitiveness by

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UK labour market improves with higher employment growth and lower unemployment rate

Independent research consultancy, the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr), published it latest study on Wednesday, which reveals that the UK unemployment rate has fallen

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Survey emphasises gap between the UK minimum wage and higher cost of living

British mutual financial institution Nationwide Building Society revealed on Friday that it commissioned a poll, in partnership with Living Wage Foundation, which highlights the difference between

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Average UK weekly earnings edge above inflation as unemployment falls

The Office for National statistics (ONS) released its latest statistical bulletin for UK Labour Market Statistics on Wednesday, which confirmed that annual growth of 1.7% in

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Ernst & Young forecasts average UK earnings to increase faster than inflation rate

London based multinational professional services firm EY (Ernst & Young) released its EY ITEM Club Spring forecast 2014 on Monday, which predicts that UK earnings will

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EEF opens £2m Midlands training centrefor manufacturing and engineering apprentices

UK manufacturers' organisation EEF announced on Thursday that it has opened a GBP2m state-of-the-art training centre in the Midlands. EEF said the centre is expected significantly boost

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EEF survey indicates increased confidence in UK investment, jobs and pay

Optimism for economic recovery in the UK is growing according to the latest survey on pay settlements conducted by manufacturing industry organisation EEF, which works to

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Professional Studies Loan Scheme introduced by Metro Bank

Metro Bank, an independent UK high street bank, announced on Monday that it plans to provide financial support for post-graduate study with the launch of its new

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UK approves rise in National Minimum Wage to £6.50 per hour

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