The high-cost lender Wonga promises to make funds available within 15 minutes of an application
Losses on corporate loans will hit their highest level since the 1990s recession this year, fuelled by a weak consumer sector and further crippling lending according to a leading group of economists.
Employers are urged to build resilient organisations after a recent Clinical Director report revealed a larger percentage of the workforce accessing Employee Assistance Programmes
Sir Mervyn King has come under increasing pressure to launch an official review of the Bank of England’s handling of the financial crisis amid accusations that he has “rewritten history” to suit the institution.
Why was the MI6 employee, Gareth Williams’ non-attendance at work only reported a week later? What processes are in place in MI6 to monitor absence? How SMEs can manage absence from work.
New website from Essex based Ixion offers a new way for businesses and individuals to help people who are unemployed across London, Essex, East Anglia and Cambridgeshire.
The European Commission is preparing a major shift in economic strategy, fearing that excessive fiscal tightening will inflict unnecessary damage on a string of eurozone countries.
Global finance chiefs pressed Europe in weekend talks to quickly put in place the economic reforms needed to finally extinguish its debt crisis now that newly increased financial buffers have bought some precious time.