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  1. Over 2000 businesses test ways to improve productivity

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  2. UKCES' Employer Perspectives Survey 2016 concludes fieldwork

    • UKCES
    • News story
  3. Finding the hidden innovation in your business

  4. Embracing the National Living Wage: shops and hotels show the way

  5. Universities and small businesses lose out by not working together

  6. More time with the family and flexible working the future for men in the UK

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  7. Businesses address weak links in supply chain to boost productivity

  8. UKCES appoints new CEO

    • UKCES
    • News story
  9. Employer collaboration, the key to unlocking business potential?

  10. UKCES launches new local data summaries

    • UKCES
    • News story
  11. West Midlands youngsters get a glimpse of future jobs

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  12. Research finds women paid less than men in 90% of sectors

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  13. UKCES bulletin: UK skills and international competitiveness

    • UKCES
    • News story
  14. Industry leaders are working together to raise the bar on skills in the offsite construction sector

  15. Women on top as skills gap widens

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  16. Showcasing UKCES’s work with industry at the first Offsite Construction Show

    • UKCES
    • News story
  17. Productivity boost for small businesses

  18. Innovative manufacturers get government skills boost

  19. Digital skills high on retail’s shopping list, according to new UKCES report

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  20. New report shows STEM workers twice as likely to miss job opportunities due to lack of skills

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  21. UKCES welcomes OECD Employment Outlook 2015

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  22. Last two weeks to register for gender pay and opportunity competition

    • UKCES
    • News story
  23. Rise of the machines causing skills shortages, new report finds

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  24. Meeting local demand is the key to unlocking UK growth – new report proposes way forward

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  25. UKCES welcomes new London Councils careers report

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  26. New study into UK productivity welcomed by UKCES

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  27. UKCES marks National Women in Engineering Day, highlights opportunities available to women

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  28. Students “can’t see the jobs for the grades” as the number of teenagers combining study and work plummets

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  29. Findings showing social mobility as significant barrier to learning welcomed by UKCES

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  30. UKCES Commissioner recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  31. Government boost to help low paid workers progress in their careers

  32. Proportion of women in the digital and creative industries falling

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  33. Progression bottlenecks could limit supply of skills in health and social care, as demand for care roles set to boom

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  34. Welsh employers urged to offer more work experience

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  35. Watt skills shortage? Report highlights skills needs of energy sector

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  36. New fund launched to boost productivity of small firms

  37. New UKCES Masterclass sessions announced

  38. Sir Charlie Mayfield tells parliament: we need a cross-party plan for skills

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  39. Small and medium employers setting the standard for maximising skills, new research shows

    • UKCES
    • Press release
  40. Government announces £4.36 million for support worker skills in the NHS

    • SFA, BIS, UKCES and DfE
    • Press release

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