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Back to work boss expects backlash from welfare c...
Mr Hogarth said. Two deals within the last 12 months, the latest being the £34.5m takeover of
last month, have made the Nottingham-based recruiter the UKs largest handler of government...
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County sees drop in claimant numbers across the b...
... academies’ as well as partnerships with groups such as Shaw Trust, Boston College,
, and Taylor ITEX, set up to help people on Employment Support Allowance to find jobs and get...
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Shares in HSBC rose amid UK retail banking specul...
... jumped 152p to 955p as it agreed to buy skills training services provider
for £34.5million, but smoke alarms designer Sprue Aegis dipped 42.5p to 300p despite a record...
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Greece confusion and Labour’s tinkering give mark...
... recruitment firm Staffline did not appear to be put off that the company was buying
, the scandal-hit training business.
earns money for helping unemployed people find a job but...
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Recruitment specialist buys welfare to work group...
Staffline, the Nottingham recruitment specialist, today agreed to pay £34.5m for
, the controversial welfare to work group. It is to buy
's entire issued share capital for £23.5m and assume the...
Read more at Nottingham Post
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