- @undertheraedar @AMNuckley At one point I worked just outside and commuted in the opposite direction from most other people. It was great. 2 hours ago
- RT @HuffPostUK: 'Brexit'-ers once heaped praise on 'fantastic' think-tank it now says does 'propaganda' huff.to/1TDEVqv https://t.c… 3 hours ago
- RT @TheIFS: New IFS analysis: Brexit could add two years to austerity ifs.org.uk/publications/8… 3 hours ago
- RT @iainmacwhirter: Why you don't mess with the IFS - if you know what's good for you. Columnify. heraldscotland.com/opinion/145165… 3 hours ago
- RT @MichaelWhite: WTO closes another Brexit Pollyanna trade scenario. Is WTO "in pay of Brussels" like IFS supposedly was yesterday ? https… 3 hours ago
- "Oh dear. We seem to have killed the green shoots." #G7 https://t.co/lfX3w45yzO 3 hours ago
- RT @HowardArcherUK: Woth an early morning laugh! London neighbours engage in 'battle of the balconies' ahead of #EU vote https://t.co/45LU6… 3 hours ago
- @sukhpabial Walked into that one didn't I? @KingfisherCoach @Ana_Marica @SimonHeath1 3 hours ago
- @KingfisherCoach Thanks Ian. #PowerWazzUp on the cards! @Ana_Marica @SimonHeath1 @sukhpabial 3 hours ago
- @KingfisherCoach Congratulatuons. @PeopleMgt 3 hours ago
- RT @faisalislam: Here @AllisterHeath backs Brexit, Norway model - or a version of it - EFTA, not EEA. Not official Leave position tho https… 3 hours ago
- #BBCBreakfast getting comment on immigration from people who actually know what they're talking about. First @jdportes then @M_Sumption 3 hours ago
- The ageing society – it’s a global thing
- After Brexit: Fewer immigrants or just different immigrants?
- Talent on tap but productivity splutters
- What happens when the tax credits go?
- Are we prepared for a low growth world?
- Brexit is a one-way door
- Fishing for red herrings
- Current account deficit rains on George Osborne’s parade
- UK employers pillaging Europe’s talent
- Another threat to the deficit target: Tory MPs
- Self-employed slide further into poverty
- The economy’s British summer
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Monthly Archives: May 2007
Here is the Milton Friedman Choir telling us that companies have no social duty. So much for corporate social responsibility, eh?
I’m never sure how much of The Apprentice is contrived. It’s probably not scripted but I doubt whether it is as spontaneous as it seems when the programme is shown. When the candidates arrive for the final dressing down from Alan Sugar, not knowing who … Continue reading
If you’ve got a Smartphone or pocket PC, here’s a piece of advice. Don’t play Bubble Breaker. It’s addictive. The firm that makes it has a warning on its website telling you not to play it if you have deadlines to meet. When … Continue reading
Recruitment firms sometimes massage the truth a bit when they write job ads. This one for a Commercial Temps Consultant says of the hiring company: ……they provide a supportive, encouraging environment, no office politics and a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Bullsheeeeit! There are always … Continue reading
Here’s a film that looks like a must for anyone interested in the twists and turns of corporate life. The Boss of It All is about the owner of an IT company who pretends that he is not really the boss … Continue reading
Yesterday evening, I went to a talk given by an employment lawyer. He can be no more certain of the future than any of us but he was prepared to speculate on the sort of cases which might come up over the next couple of … Continue reading