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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Business engineers a brighter future

Over the past 10 years, Northamptonshire has developed a reputation for being full of logistics depots and warehouses. Industry chiefs have talked about the high proportion of low-paid, low-skilled manual jobs and the difficulty in keeping graduates in the county after they finish...

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Engineering skills in high demand as infrastructure investment hits record level

London - Demand for engineering skills is continuing to defy the otherwise weak jobs market, buoyed by a surge in infrastructure investment, according to research by the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo). The research shows that demand for engineering candidates has risen...

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Demand for engineers ‘growing’

A surge in infrastructure investment is fuelling demand for engineers, sparking skills shortages in the industry, research has showed. Engineering vacancies for permanent and temporary jobs have increased since the start of the year, especially in the energy sector, including oil and gas and...

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Nissan to create 2,000 new jobs by building compact car in Sunderland

Nissan will build its new compact car at its factory in Sunderland, creating 2,000 jobs and providing a major boost to one of the regions hardest hit by recession and spending cuts, the company says. The business secretary, Vince Cable, will confirm at the Geneva Motor Show that the Nissan...

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Rolls-Royce deal boosts Rotherham nuclear jobs hopes

Engineering group Rolls-Royce has unveiled a deal which should secure 300 highly-skilled nuclear industry jobs at a new factory in South Yorkshire. The factory will produce components for the first new nuclear plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset, as part of a £400m deal with French energy...

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U.K. Manufacturing Output Growth Tops Expectations

( - Underpinned by transport equipment and food industries, British manufacturing output expanded more-than-expected in December, logging the biggest growth since May. Output figures suggest that the economy remains on the track to recovery. Manufacturing output grew 1 percent,...

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