The perception that migrant workers have a stronger work ethic than those born in the UK has been proven for the first time, researchers say.
The UK economy suffered an even deeper slowdown at the start of the year as the services sector came under pressure and inflation dealt a blow to household spending.
Firms are set to become more reliant on temporary workers as a shortage of skilled staff leads the jobs market to a “tipping point”, according to a report.
Almost half of company managers want the new government to prioritise access to the single market and freedom of movement of people during the Brexit talks, a study has found.
Four in five British consumers fear prises rises for goods and services once Britain has left the European Union, a survey has found.
Sausage roll maker Greggs has reported a strong start to the year after being boosted by its healthy eating ranges, including cold-pressed juice and freshly prepared salads.
One of Lowestoft’s biggest employers has converted spare work space into a badminton court so staff can play their favourite sport at lunchtime.
Firms which breach data protection rules are getting off lightly and could soon face multimillion pound fines, according to a Norfolk cyber security expert.
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