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Posts from January, 2011

By: charlie On: January 31, 2011

Phasing out the default retirement age

Phasing out the default retirement age

The Government has confirmed that the default retirement age will be phased out from this April. Under the proposal, employers would not be allowed to dismiss staff because they had reached the age of 65. Before the legislation changes apply, you can still continue with any retirements that are underway, provided the following criteria have […]

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Know where motivation comes from

Know where motivation comes from

‎”Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it” – Dwight D. Eienhower Vanilla Recruitment, based in Market Harborough works with companies across Market Harborough, Corby and the Lutterworth area on all aspects of recruitment.  Call us if you’d like to find out more […]

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By: charlie On: January 20, 2011

Slight rise in jobless figure

Slight rise in jobless figure

The number of people out of work and claiming Jobseekers’ Allowance in the city and county has risen slightly. Figures released yesterday showed an increase of 102 to 19,566 last month, a rise of 0.5 per cent. In the county, the claimant count rose by 132 to 8,835, or 1.5 per cent, while in the […]

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Firms get powers to sack the slackers

Firms get powers to sack the slackers

Companies are to be given greater freedom to sack under-performing workers as part of an overhaul of employment laws to boost the economic recovery. The new “employers’ charter” will allow companies to sack workers during the first two years of their employment without the threat of being taken to a tribunal for unfair dismissal. Currently […]

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