Industrial & Manufacturing

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Latest posts from the Industrial & Manufacturing sector

Friendships at Work

Friendships at Work

Good friendships are what can really make a workplace stand out and keep you at a particular company for longer. If you work with a good team of people and have good friends at work, it can make being at work more enjoyable and motivate you in your job. It’sRead More

Earn while you learn

Earn while you learn

As results day looms and tensions rise, for many young people judgement day approaches.  This can be a stressful time where important decisions must be made. Although record numbers of young people go on to higher education, university is not for everyone and isn’t the only route into an establishedRead More

Craig goes back to school

Craig goes back to school

EINSTEIN I’m not, but I know the value of education.  It’s free and it is your gateway to opportunity. That’s particularly true when it comes to social mobility and giving young people who don’t normally have ambition to forge careers to think of stepping outside their comfort zone and considerRead More

You can teach an old dog new tricks

You can teach an old dog new tricks

GROWING old disgracefully used to be the preserve of the rich and idle.  Retirement for everyone else was seen as the chance to indulge your passion for gardening or golf. Today’s ‘pensioners’ are more likely to indulge their passion for each other or embarking on some adventure in the pursuitRead More

Looking ahead at the UK’s Manufacturing sector

Looking ahead at the UK’s Manufacturing sector

Analysis of our Future Fit: the road ahead for UK manufacturing research shows that many leaders of medium-sized manufacturing businesses – i.e. those with turnover from £5m to £50m – have a lack of visibility surrounding the UK’s position globally. Of those surveyed:   Post Brexit uncertainty The Brexit vote unleashed a waveRead More

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