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MP Julian Huppert has officially opened a new £3 million engineering and manufacturing department at Cambridge Regional College – with the help of a robot.
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A fifth of workers say personal financial problems affect their job
A new report into the financial health of today’s employees reveals that the key to increasing an individual’s financial wellbeing is improving their financial capability and encouraging savings. The Barclays report, entitled Financial Well-being: The Last Taboo in the Workplace? challenges the widely-held belief within organisations that financial health is determined by level of income. The research, conducted with over 2,000 employees across Britain finds that the size of an individual’s ‘savings buffer’ – a pot of money set aside for unforeseen outgoings – and contributing regularly to savings, have a far greater impact on financial wellbeing.
It is estimated that a million fans will travel to the 12 different cities hosting matches during the World Cup, which runs from 12 June to 13 July and may be at risk of Dengue Fever.
Leading independent Suffolk recruitment company Cooper Lomaz is on a jobs drive of its own to cope with the rapidly growing demand for senior staff from reinvigorated businesses.
Cambridge Regional College is one of the key sponsors of a high profile business event which takes place in Ely this week.