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Lack of clarity confuses argument over zero-hours contracts

The row over the so called zero-hours contract (ZHC) has gained traction in recent weeks, not least thanks to a survey published by Unite on 8 September, ahead of the TUC Congress in Bournemouth last week.

UK apprenticeships set for shake-up

Last month, the National Apprenticeship Service announced that up to 20,000 apprenticeships were available on its system, while the latest statistics from the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) show that over half a million people started an apprenticeship in the last academic year.

Interview: 'It has always been about excitement'

It's fair to say that British Printing Industries Federation (BPIF) chief executive Kathy Woodward is passionate about print.

Don't ignore warning signs of staff strife

Disciplinary and grievance.' Two words your average print boss will be none too fond of, standing as they do for pretty much everything that could go wrong with a company HR-wise.

Unite and CPI agree basic wage increase

Paper sector workers will benefit from a 2.6% increase in their basic hourly wage following a review of Unite and the Confederation of Paper Industries' (CPI) national agreement.

Pensord's Coxon joins BPIF board

Pensord managing director Darren Coxon has accepted an invitation to join the board of the BPIF.

PrintCity president steps down

PrintCity Alliance's president Helmut 'John' Dangelmaier is to step down from his role at the end of this year.

Print PR veteran Philip Paris publishes novel 'Men Cry Alone'

In 1984, Philip Paris, former director of print PR firm AD Communications, wrote a letter to the BBC with an idea for a drama about men who suffer domestic abuse from their wives.

Practitioners of the dark arts still cast a spell

Once respected as guardians of the written word, printers today have little or no responsibility for content proofing, but pride in print remains

BPIF wins 1.1m industry management training funding

The BPIF has secured a 1.1m funding package from the Government to offer 200 fully-funded places on a degree-like qualification developed specifically for the print industry.

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