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Shadow Business secretary Chuka Umunna has apologised to a Company.

29th Jan 2014

Shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna has apologised to a company he accused last week of “putting together dubious arrangements for agencies” in relation to alleged miss-selling by recruitment co...

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Europeople- Exhibiting at Wilderley Hall NMR's "gold cup winners" 29th May

29th Jan 2014

Europeople are proud to announce we will be exhibiting at the Gold Cup Winners open day on 29th May 2014 at Wilderley Hall, Shrewsbury.

 

The Higgins Family of Wilderley Hall, Pulverbatch,Shrewsb...

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STAY IN TOUCH WITH EUROPEOPLE

11th Dec 2013

STAY IN TOUCH WITH EUROPEOPLE:

CHRISTMAS OPENING HOURS
If you need to contact Europeople over the Christmas period you will find its
opening hours and emergency contact details invaluable:
 
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The Pensions Regulator works with Recruiters

19th Nov 2013

 

The Pensions Regulator has been focusing on the needs of the recruitment. the recruiter reports  ahead of over 1,000 recruiters beginning to provide pensions auto-enrolment between April and Jul...

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Basic Skills In UK are Low

10th Oct 2013

The basic skills of the youngest generation of workers in England and Northern Ireland are substantially behind their counterparts in many others developed nations. Reports The Recruiter

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Union challenges Premier Foods in agency workers dispute

3rd Sep 2013

 The general secretary of the trade union, whose members are on strike in a dispute with Premier Foods over the use of agency workers, has challenged the company to show that its permanent workforc...

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Heavy showers halt harvest progress

2nd Aug 2013

 IN the South and East regions, combines moved into oilseed rape this week. But growers in the Midlands and northern counties were halted by further showers over the weekend. reports the FG

 

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Caan agrees out of court settlement with Synergy Group Directors

12th Jun 2013

 James Caan’s Human Capital Investment Group (HCIG) and two Synergy Group directors have agreed an out-of-court settlement after a four-day case in the High Court. reports the recruiter   

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GLA revokes Peterborough recruiter’s licence over multiple violations

6th Jun 2013

 Peterborough recruitment agency INTERecruit has had its Gangmasters Licensing Authority (GLA) licence revoked, after inspectors from the organisation discovered multiple breaches of conditions. re...

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Europeople passes GLA inspection.

15th May 2013

 I am pleased to announce that following a recent inspection from the GLA ( Gangmasters Licensing Authority) Europeople's Licence will remain unchanged.

Europeople have successfully passed every i...

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Polls: No indication of huge Romanian-Bulgarian influx

22nd Apr 2013

 

BBC news.. 

Work restrictions expiring later this year for migrants from Romania and Bulgaria have had little impact on the numbers planning to move to the UK or wider EU, BBC Newsnight polls s...

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Illegal labour supplier in Dorset gets 200 hours unpaid work

27th Mar 2013

 A Dorset farmer who illegally supplied farms with milking workers and then failed to pay wages has been ordered by Weymouth Magistrates’ Court to undertake 200 hours of unpaid work. reports the re...

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House of lords votes in favor to abolish Agricultural Wages Board (AWB)

7th Mar 2013

 The House of Lords has voted in favour of controversial government plans to abolish the Agricultural Wages Board (AWB). reports fwi.

 

In a vote in the House of Lords on Wednesday (6 March), pee...
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Importance of National Insurance Numbers

11th Feb 2013

 Importance of National Insurance numbers

If you are Working for Europeople you must have a National Insurance number or apply for one. The HMRC National Insurance Contributions Office issues Nati...
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RSPCA refused permission for live export

7th Feb 2013

RSPCA has expressed its disappointment after a High Court judge rejected its legal bid to stop the live export of animals from a Kent port. reports the FWI

The animal welfare charity lodged a clai...

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DEFRA pesticide plan Warning

11th Jan 2013

 Government ministers have failed to grasp the seriousness of challenges posed by the withdrawal of important pesticides, scientists and farm leaders have warned. Reports the FWI.

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Happy Christmas

21st Dec 2012

Happy Christmas From Everyone At Europeople

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Farm leaders want new power for retail adjudicator

5th Dec 2012

 

Farm leaders have welcomed news that a supermarket adjudicator will have the power to fine retailers who treat suppliers unfairly. reports the FWI

 

NFU head of government affairs Nick von Wes...

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Europeople in Savills- Aspects of Land Autumn 2012

2nd Nov 2012

Managing director John Davison talks to Savills- Aspects Of Land (Autumn 2012 Page 21)

see link here http://pdf.savills.com/edocs/aol2012england/files/assets/seo/page21.html

 

 

 

 

 

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Tractor Thefts Down by almost 50%

2nd Nov 2012

Tractor thefts have fallen by almost 50% in the past 12 months, according to the latest police figures. Reports the FWI.

 

The figures released by the Metropolitan police force’s Plant and Agricu...

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