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A crisis in the carbon dioxide supply chain is threatening national beer producers and, in turn, pubs especially as England fans are expected to buy 14 million extra pints during the World Cup, the British Beer & Pub Association has warned.
Several CO2 production sites have faced closure, due to various reasons such as maintenance and refurbishment, resulting in a carbon dioxide shortage in both mainland Europe and the UK.
The shortage is also… Read more
The FTA has stressed that the logistics industry needs “a clear road map” with crucial information to keep trade moving efficiently post-Brexit, or the UK will face delays and shortages of the products and services it relies on.
“Simply saying things will be OK is no longer enough,” said FTA president Leigh Pomlett. “The logistics sector will be key to making Brexit work for the UK but we can no longer work blind and… Read more
Approximately 91.6% of Chinese college students who graduated last year have found jobs, a similar rate to 2015 and 2016, reports Xinhuanet with private survey data from research firm MyCOS. For graduates from junior colleges and higher vocational schools the graduate employment rate was 92.1%. The research surveyed 306,000 college graduates in China's 30 provincial-level regions six months after they graduated last year. In 2017, there were also more graduates who were employed by private enterprises… Read more
The majority of British workers say that social media has affected their career in a positive way, according to research from job board CV-Library.
The research surveyed 1,200 workers across the UK with 79% saying they believed social media has positively impacted their career. Nearly a quarter, or 24%, say that the posts they see and the people they follow on social media influences their career decisions. This number increases among 18-25 year old to… Read more
This month’s findings reveal the number of people placed into permanent job roles continued to rise markedly in April, but the pace of expansion was the softest seen in 2018 so far. However, in contrast, growth of temp billings picked up from March’s 13-month low.
Most monitored job categories registered higher perm staff vacancies during April, with steepest rates of growth registered across engineering and IT & computing. Retail was the only category monitored… Read more
People First was delighted to be invited by Bloomberg to attend a speech by H.E. Liu Xiaoming, Ambassador for the People’s Republic of China to the United Kingdom on the 8th of May 2018 which covered UK-China bilateral cooperation in trade, finance and investment.
Liu Xiaoming stated that 40 years ago China decided to embark on the road of reform and ‘opening the gate’ in terms of international… Read more
They were some of the most difficult conditions in the history of the London Marathon, but People First’s Yoko managed to finished her 7th marathon on Sunday.
It really was the toughest of all 7 races for her because of the unprecedented heat. However, after 35K she managed to pick up the pace and overtook a lot of runners who were flagging by that time!
Yoko has collected £250 for Cancer Research UK with the… Read more
Team Japan Business Development Manager, Yoko, will be competing in the London Marathon and will be raising money for Cancer Research. Yoko completed a half marathon last weekend, which is her last race before the London Marathon. We’re proud to say that she came first in her age category, so things are looking good. We will be cheering her on and will have our eyes glued to the finish line on the day. People First… Read more
Employee turnover tends to have ugly connotations to it, mainly because replacing lost talent is costly in terms of employee compensation and business profitability.
On the one hand, excessive turnover can cost an organisation about 33% of its employees’ compensation package, which includes wages and benefits. On the other hand, companies with high turnover rates can be outdone by offices with low employee turnover up to four times profits-wise.
On top of these losses, companies… Read more