Weekly News Round-up (9th October 2014)

There’s been a wealth of exciting news for McGinley HR related industries this week. Here’s some of the more notable headlines:

Employment News

On Tuesday (07-10-2014) Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, announced a comprehensive review of UK employability rights, aiming to give employees more power in the workplace. Recruiter. Read more here

The Labour Party Conference - The Guardian has asked the question: ‘Where will Ed Milliband’s one million jobs come from?’ The Guardian. Read more here

Aviation News

The new Airbus A350-900 has gained EASA certification, and is being prepared for first delivery. Aviation Week. Read more here

The US Federation Aviation Administration has responded to questions regarding how it is implementing Ebola measures at US airports. Is the UK following suit? NJ. Read more here

Construction News

Construction experts have warned that the current boom in luxury home construction could cause a construction crunch in the next couple of years. The Guardian. Read more here

Construction giants Vinci have announced a new CEO. Construction Global. Read more here

Healthcare & Scientific News

Nick Clegg has announced plans to improve waiting-times at UK hospitals for people suffering from mental illness - if he is successful in next year's general election. The Guardian. Read more here

In partnership with Celesio, The Health Service Journal is asking for your help to identify the rising stars of the healthcare industry. The Health Service Journal. Read more here

Distribution News

The North West warehouse industry continues to thrive as we move intothe back end of 2014. Manchester Evening News. Read more here

And finally, Amazon has announced the next device in its line of e-readers - the Kindle Voyage. File Hippo. Read more here

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