The 'New Normal' Office Environment

It's great to be back in the office!
But things have changed. There are little differences around the building and a few new rules too!

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"My career and the future vision for Jenrick Engineering" - by Julie Alton

12 years ago I was stuck in a rut, having worked for 7 years for an recruitment organisation and achieved a series of outstanding results, the business was sold and I found myself starting all over again in the same organisation, yet within a new culture that was compromising all of the standards...

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Engineering Jobs up by 20% in comparison to 2011

Although the Monster Employment Index UK only registered a 3% overall increase in online job opportunities year-over-year, growth in Engineering was recorded at a staggering 20%. In particular The Midlands continues to lead all regions with 15 percent growth year-over-year and within...

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Engineering outperforms economy

The number of UK engineering companies has fallen by just 2.3% since the start of the economic downturn compared to the average across all sectors the UK economy which lost 3.3% of its companies in the same period. Giant Group managing director Matthew Brown said: "Compared to other sectors of...

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IT and Engineering Jobs lead UK to 8 month job high

The growth in job vacancies in the UK reached an eight-month high in March, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs, which was released today. This growth was led by the IT and Computing sector, while the Engineering and Construction sector also...

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North West leads UK for manufacturing growth

THE North West remains the powerhouse of the UK's manufacturing sector and an increasingly critical factor in the region's economic growth, according to new statistics today from manufacturing organisation EEF. They show the manufacturing sector employs about 315,000 people in the region and...

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Company to bring £50m screw press to Lincoln

An Italian engineering company announced a £50 million upgrade to its Lincoln facilities, which would create some 100 new jobs in the city. Bifrangi's 27,000 ton screw press in Lincoln will be the first of its kind in England and one of only a few in the world. This will enable the company...

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