• Business Management

    Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Business Management job with ST MARYS UNIVERSITY, TWICKENHAM

    Application closing date: 02/07/2021 Location: St Mary’s University, Waldegrave Rd, Twickenham TW1 4SX Salary: Lecturer: Starting Salary £38,017 Senior Lecturer: starting Salary £42,792 Package: 35 days annual leave plus Bank holidays and University closure days Job category/type: Academic Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Business Management Job description We are seeking to appoint an experienced Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Business Management with a specialism in Charity Management and Social Enterprise. Teaching is likely to include some of the following modules, some of which may be delivered with the assistance of adjunct lecturers: Research Project (level 7) Social Marketing  

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  • Business Analysts

    UK economy surges but analysts warn boom could be short-lived | Manufacturing sector

    Britain’s economy surged ahead in June as private-sector businesses secured extra work and created thousands of new jobs, but analysts warned the boom could be short-lived if shortages of skilled staff and hold-ups to vital supplies continue into the autumn. The manufacturing and services industries, which account for more than 80% of business activity, expanded at near-record rates in June, according to a survey by IHS Markit, building on the unprecedented burst in output growth in May. Firms were in a confident mood after the easing of Covid-19 restrictions and a rush by consumers to shop and visit bars and  

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  • Business Accounting

    Accounting firms slowly return to offices while giving employees flexibility

    Accounting firms, like many businesses, are reopening their doors as the COVID-19 pandemic recedes thanks to wide availability of vaccines in the U.S., but they’re trying to avoid alienating staff. Firms have been welcoming back employees who have been working from home for over a year, but giving them options to keep working remotely, if they choose, to avoid losing talented staff and partners to the competition. While a year ago, companies were laying off millions of employees due to the economic fallout from the pandemic, the situation has reversed and businesses in many industries are having trouble finding qualified  

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  • Financial Management

    ‘Arth Sangini’ NGO taught financial management tips to women constables

    ANI | Updated: Jun 22, 2021 17:09 IST Indore (Madhya Pradesh) [India], June 22 (ANI/PNN): Inflation eats up your hard-earned money. You should save your capital. It is always a profitable deal to invest in a place that gives higher returns than inflation.Shanu Mehta, founder of ‘Arth Sangini’ NGO, told these tips to the newly appointed women constables in the webinar of Police Training College, Indore on Monday.She said that instead of keeping money in a savings account, making a fixed deposit or recurring deposit will give higher returns. If at present inflation rate is 6 percent, then  

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  • Home Insurance

    Denied, Delayed, Or Underpaid Home Insurance Claim?

    sweeping out sewage from garage MONTGOMERY, TX, USA, June 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Insurance Adjustors Stink In More Ways Than One.Many insurance companies regard plumbing to be part of routine homeowner maintenance. Maintenance is entirely the property owner’s responsibility. Damage to pipes that develops over time because of lack of maintenance is typically not covered. Pipes in this state could potentially flood an entire house, causing catastrophic damage! For an insurance company to cover a broken pipe, the burst must have occurred suddenly and by accident, and should not have been easily preventable. If an ignored leaking  

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  • Health Insurance

    Readers respond: Don’t cut health care for autism

    Facebook Share Twitter Share Oregon is on a course to strip necessary health care services for people with autism. As a family raising a 4-year old boy with autism, we urge our state to take action immediately to ensure that people with autism are protected. Over the past few decades, all 50 states have made tremendous progress toward ensuring that people with autism have access to the health care they need, such as applied behavioral analysis, occupational therapy and speech therapy. These services are scientifically proven to help those with autism integrate into society and live fulfilling lives. Senate Bill  

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  • Finance

    Parts of Liberty Steel ‘challenged’, says finance chief : CityAM

    Liberty Steel’s UK finance chief has today told MPs that parts of the metals group are “challenged” as Sanjeev Gupta’s company seeks to refinance the business. Since the collapse of chief financial backer Greensill Capital in March, Gupta’s GFG Alliance – of which Liberty Steel is a part – has been racing against its creditors to secure new financing. In an awkward appearance before the parliamentary business committee, Anton Krull, who was forced to confirm he was the firm’s chief financial officer after failing to answer a number of questions, admitted that some of Liberty Steel’s assets were facing challenges. 

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  • Business News

    Fox News agrees to a $1 million penalty after workplace culture investigation.

    Daily Business Briefing June 29, 2021Updated  June 29, 2021, 8:25 p.m. ET June 29, 2021, 8:25 p.m. ET Bill O’Reilly was forced out of his Fox News show in 2017 after a series of sexual misconduct allegations against him.Credit…Robert Wright for The New York Times Fox News agreed to pay a $1 million penalty under a settlement reached last week with the New York City Commission on Human Rights. The case stemmed from a cascade of sexual misconduct allegations that shook the network several years ago and led to the exits of Roger Ailes, its co-founder, and  

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