- Fascinating chart of median age projections for the Middle-East by @aronstrandberg imgur.com/gallery/yCxbAtF 1 hour ago
- @Guy_Stallard Indeed. The projections range from horrendous to merely unpleasant. @s8mb @kpmguk 2 hours ago
- Only another 2 days left to sign the petition against privatisation of the Land Registry you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/stop… via @38_degrees 3 hours ago
- RT @JulietteGarside: Now Govt regulator warns against Govt privatisation of Land Registry gu.com/p/4jfp8/stw 3 hours ago
- Treasury's post-Brexit recessions mild compared to others we've had. twitter.com/ChrisGiles_/st… 3 hours ago
- Where do Austria's migrants come from? Chart by @StrongerInNos https://t.co/op867Yalxz 3 hours ago
- RT @CIPD_WLB: Reminder for Wednesday's event: Using social media to build your business. eventbrite.co.uk/e/consultancy-… 3 hours ago
- RT @guardian: Flexibility is the new injustice inflicted on the working class trib.al/z9T4MAE 11 hours ago
- RT @guardian: I’ve got a northern accent but I’m not working-class. So what am I? | Rebecca Hardy trib.al/GaEdKz3 12 hours ago
- RT @Rob_Briner: If you were born in the English Midlands or are confused about what the #midlands is do listen to this. @bbcradio4 https:… 12 hours ago
- RT @jimwaterson: Leave.EU just posted the private numbers of Douglas Carswell/Vote Leave officials and urged supporters to call them. https… 12 hours ago
- RT @LindaRegber: PDF is now the world's most popular religion. https://t.co/86ZAqwXgyk 12 hours ago
- 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
- OBR repossesses the sofa
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Monthly Archives: March 2010
Over recent weeks, a few left-wing commentators have been suggesting that the UK’s level of debt is not so bad after all and that we can live with it without cutting public spending to the bone. Earlier this month Madeleine … Continue reading
Given that I have hardly posted anything over the last few weeks, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that this blog has been rated among the top six HR blogs by readers of Xpert HR. I was I was all the more … Continue reading
This weekend, David Cameron joined the growing list of politicians advocating a Robin Hood Tax, to claw back for the taxpayers a small percentage of the millions the banks are making in profits. But, as the Observer’s Heather Stewart notes: David Cameron’s announcement yesterday that he would … Continue reading
This made me laugh earlier today. The HRD is having a rant about ‘unlocking potential’: “Unlocking potential” must be right up there with “people are our greatest asset”, “the war for talent” and “employer branding” as one of the largest pieces … Continue reading
Reading the newspaper coverage of the planned British Airways strike, you could be forgiven for thinking we were back in the 1970s with mad union leaders hell-bent on suicidal militancy. Even CEO Willie Walsh has accused the union Unite of … Continue reading
Told to me earlier today: “What’s the difference between a condom and a non-dom?” “If you make a mistake with a condom, it only takes you nine months to find out.” Well, it made me laugh anyway.