Chancellor Delivers 2023 Budget
British Chancellor Of The Exchequer Jeremy Hunt has delivered his first budget in front of many MP's at the House Of Commons. In an effort to sure up the country's finances and help to promote growth in the economy, there were many measures which were laid out aimed at encouraging people to work longer in their lives and help create a stronger market place in which everyone can flourish and cater for those in need during these difficult times. There was strong emphasis placed on helping to prompt those who had recently left their jobs to return to work which would help to boost business investment and create more confidence in the economy. The measures which were introduced were divided in to different sections to help ensure that there was no confusion between what was affecting different roles or jobs.
Study Reveals UK's Filthiest Football Stadiums
Nottingham Forest's City Ground is the filthiest football stadium in the Premier League. That's according to the results of a survey which looked at the number of times certain key words were used in Google reviews as well as the government web site for official food ratings which gathered data to determine what fans perceived to be the filthiest stadiums in the Premier League. According to the study which looked at around two hundred and forty thousand reviews, there was a high number of reviews which contained negative terms such as dirty, poor, 'needs cleaning', disgusting, vile, unhygienic, filthy & gross, the resulting data found that The City Ground was the filthiest stadium.
Hindus Around The World Prepare To Mark The Festival Of Holi
In March, Hindu's all around the world are preparing to celebrate Holi. This is a traditional Hindu festival which is celebrated to welcome Spring and celebrate love and new life. Families around the world who observe the Hindu religion traditionally hold religious ceremonies to bring in the brightness from the dark and cold of the winter months. For many people, Holi is a time to have fun and commemorate a colourful festival with dancing, singing and the throwing of powdered paint and colourful water.
UK Trade Association Warns Of Need To Rethink Skills Agenda
A trade body which is in charge of the professional recruitment sector has published a set of guidelines which help to define what it plans to do to help increase the strength of the UK's labour market. The Association Of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) who work with organisations all around the world have offices in Australia, Germany, throughout South East Asia and the UK. This helps to give a broader outlook on what is going on in the recruitment industry in different areas of the world and this can help to find ways that the lives and working patterns of many different workers can be improved in order to ensure that they have a better work/life balance and don't unintentionally burn out due to high levels of working tasks and low performance.
Inflated Costs Cause More People To Work In To Their 70's
The UK Cost Of Living Crisis is forcing people who are in their fifties to work until they are in their seventies. That was the main shocking finding that came from a survey conducted by My Pension Expert.
Cost Of Living Crisis Fuels Number Of Workers Wanting To Change Jobs
It has been revealed that over fifty percent of Bristol workers are seeking new career opportunities in an effort to bring in more money. The amount of pay received and the different benefits or perks are seen as the two main drivers for finding a new job, with more people looking for a better work/life balance and wanting to spend more quality time with their families. This has increased concerns of a mass talent exodus in different sectors and industries at a time when many employers are contending with an acute skills shortage which can mean that they are struggling to fill vacancies which they advertise for posts and roles which they require help for. The new findings come as part of a study conducted by specialist recruitment firm, Robert Half.
UK Salaries Fall During Cost Of Living Crisis
Data collected from research in to the effect of falling salaries in the UK during a Cost Of Living crisis has shown that more and more employers are feeling the pinch during great times of uncertainty with regard to finances. Salaries have fallen in many jobs through out the labour market which is adding to the effect of the Cost Of Living Crisis. As the prices of many every day essentials rises in shops and from various companies, the general public will be struggling to survive as they won't be able to afford the items that they regularly buy due to the higher costs of raw materials etc. The findings come from research conducted by the Association Of Professional Staffing Companies.
New Crossing Installed To Help Boost Child Road Safety
Crossing the road can be difficult at many times, especially when there is lots of traffic and it is that time of day when everyone is travelling to and from work. It can be especially difficult for young children who have to walk to and from school. Everyone who walks on the streets and needs to cross roads should follow the Green Cross Code at all times. This is when people who need to cross the road look right, look left, look right again, and only then if the road is clear, walk slowly across the road always ensuring that you keep your eyes and ears open at all times so that you are aware of any oncoming traffic that could potentially hit you. People should not run across the road but walk slowly and carefully to ensure they can reach the other side safely.
Brits Out Of Love With Exercise As Research Suggests Only Half Feel Healthy
New research has revealed that only around fifty percent of the UK's adult population feel healthy. The study was conducted by a not for profit healthcare provider called Benenden Health and primarily shows that fewer than a fifth of adults, that's sixteen percent love exercising. This means that they have a lack of physical activity which leaves only around half the nation who would rate their health as excellent or good with fewer than half of those surveyed happy with their body image.
UK Ambulance Staff Take Part In Twenty Four Hour Strike
This week, people who live in England and Wales were left without the security of having emergency care whilst thousands of ambulance workers including paramedics and call handlers took part in a twenty four hour strike on Wednesday over the pay they receive. This meant that if somebody had an accident where they needed to call an ambulance, there was more than likely going to be a long delay in the time in which the ambulance would arrive if it did manage to come at all.
NHS Plunged In To Chaos Due To Nursing Strike
The UK us going through a Cost Of Living Crisis at the moment which has been caused by the cost of goods and services that people need in their daily lives increasing dramatically. There are many reasons for this, one of which includes the price of raw materials which are used to make certain products increasing. This may be because they are from Russia. Due to the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the cost of these materials has increased so that they are unaffordable to people who need them in their every day lives.