News RSS Feed

Semta makes apprenticeship levy plea to manufacturing sector

Semta has urged businesses in the advanced manufacturing and engineering sector across England not to miss out on the opportunities afforded by the new apprenticeship levy.

Annette Collins (pictured), head of Semta apprenticeship service, says that businesses need to make the most of the fundamental changes to skills funding that is arriving this ...
  Read More

More News:

In Depth

Changing times

It’s time to think seriously about joining the Fourth Industrial Revolution before UK manufacturers get left behind by more progressive nations, warns Chris Beck

Keeping guard

When it comes to machine safety, failure to adhere to regulations can be an expensive business, but compliance need not be such an onerous task, as Mark Venables explains

CI Dilemma: Not meeting with expectations

A lean-style morning debrief distorts into an excuse to down tools in this month’s dilemma

CI Dilemma: The post-consultant crash

It doesn’t take long for anarchy to ensue after a CI guru leaves his disciples to it…

Employment Law SOS

Tracey Marsden of Nabarro LLP looks at redundancy pay and malicious staff rumours.

Employment law

David Beswick, employment law partner at Eversheds, explores a rogue whistleblower and bullying amongst trainee staff

Product News/Case Studies RSS Feed

A partnership made at the top of the O2

Most suppliers of any product or service would like to describe their relationships with their customers as ‘partnerships’ but in reality, to most customers they are still regarded simply as the ‘supplier’.

The health of manufacturing is back - thanks to technology

Technology is helping manufacturing find its mojo again, says Derek Hill, managing director of ATS

Style and substance

Jon Marchant, global category manager at Dr Martens, explains why style and comfort have to be considered along with safety in today's protective footwear