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Over 2000 businesses have tested new ways to improve workplace productivity, reports UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) today.
UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has concluded fieldwork for the 2016 Employer Perspectives Survey (EPS16).
Unrecognised innovation in the workplace could be a brake on the bottom line of small businesses, according to a new report launched today by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).
Businesses in the hospitality and retail sectors have sought alternative approaches to the National Living Wage which could benefit both the business and the employee.
Universities and small businesses have much to offer each other – but can’t always see beyond their biases - according to a new report launched today by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).
UKCES's Working Futures report predicts dramatic rise in the number of men working part-time in the next ten years.
Large employers can boost their productivity by improving management and leadership skills across their supply chain, according to a new report launched today by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has appointed Ian Kinder as its new Chief Executive.
In business competing is the name of the game, but a new UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) report highlights why effective cooperation rather than competition can improve companies’ productivity.
The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has launched a new set of local data summaries, covering 39 local areas.
What will jobs be like twenty years from now? Will designers work from hover-desks? Could engineers be repairing fusion engines? Or will pharmacists 3D print your nano-medicine?
New report shows women working in financial and insurance sectors among the worst affected.
UKCES bulletin: the first in a series of features on productivity, the UK labour market, and skills.
Employers in the offsite construction sector have signalled the importance of working together to recognise and address skills gaps if they are to capitalise on the growth opportunities available to the sector.
Women will become increasingly highly-qualified over the next few years, with the gender gap widening as men lag behind, according to a report published today.
UKCES and our 5 project partners from the offsite construction industry are attending the Offsite Construction Show on October 14 and 15.
UK Futures Programme will determine how small businesses' productivity levels can be improved by addressing leadership and entrepreneurship skills.
5 organisations have been chosen to test new ways to develop skills for innovation in manufacturing.
Retailers need to attract graduates and workers with digital and customer services skills to boost productivity in the sector.
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