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The CBI commented on the latest ONS labour market data for the three months to August 2015, showing that employment rose by 140,000 to 31.1million.
The CBI warns government that the new apprenticeship levy and national living wage will raise the cost of employment, putting prospects for workers at risk
The CBI commented on the speech given by the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester.
The CBI commented on the latest ONS labour market data for the three months to July 2015, showing that employment rose by 42,000 to 31.1 million.
Labour market performance steady.
Read the CBI/Pertemps Labour Market Update here.
In a keynote speech to mark the CBI’s 50th anniversary, John Cridland called for action to boost exports in order to continue the rebalancing and success of our economic recovery.
The UK economy is growing strongly and is rebalancing healthily, with investment and productivity increasing - but we must raise our game on exports, says CBI chief John Cridland in a major economics speech at King's College London.
Full version of CBI chief John Cridland's major economics speech at King's College London.
In a wide-ranging interview with the Financial Times, Paul Drechsler says the impact of National Living Wage on business has been underestimated.
The CBI’s Intelligence First service can help advise you on the impact of the new National Living Wage.