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Bluetree gains living wage accreditation

Bluetree Group has attained official accreditation as a real living wage employer from the Living Wage Foundation, now paying all employees at least £9 per hour.

Stora Enso completes negotiations on possible temporary layoffs at Oulu

Stora Enso has completed co-determination negotiations on possible temporary layoffs with employees at its Oulu Mill in Finland.

Directors become owners at West Port as founder retires

West Port Print & Design founder Terry Scanlon is retiring and has handed ownership of his St Andrews business to two existing directors.

Mercian Labels appoints new chairman

Mercian Labels has appointed a new non-executive chairman as its current chairman gears up for retirement.

Dutch media reports Canon Océ job cuts

Canon Océ looks set to cut up to 300 jobs and reduce its R&D spending in a bid to bring its costs down by 10% in 2019, according to Dutch media reports.

Gerard Heanue steps down from Heidelberg

Heidelberg UK managing director Gerard Heanue is stepping down from his role with the manufacturer next year to take early retirement.

Stora Enso considering 500 temporary layoffs at Oulu

Stora Enso could make up to 500 temporary layoffs at its Oulu paper mill in Finland as it looks to reduce production in response to weak market conditions for woodfree papers.

Marketing bosses disqualified for six years

Two marketing bosses have been disqualified for a total of 12 years after causing their company to pay more than £830,000 to businesses they had connections with, leading creditors to lose out when the company was subsequently liquidated.

Double disqualification for married print bosses

A married couple who ran a print company have been disqualified for a total of 14 years after the husband breached a previous disqualification.

Government scraps tribunal fees

The government will be scrapping tribunal fees and reimbursing claimants up to £32m after losing a Supreme Court battle against the union Unison, which ruled that the fees are unlawful.

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