Encouraging Women into Engineering Careers The engineering profession is still experiencing a high demand for new graduates and experienced engineers. Around 8 per cent of engineers in the UK are women, according to the Office for National Statistics. To inspire more women to become engineers will be a difficult feat. First, the challenges that...

The UK has been facing significant skilled manual and technical labour shortages, with unemployment currently at 4%, affecting 2.6 million people.

British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) showed 71% of businesses in the services sector are finding it difficult to hire the right workers - the highest figure on record, with bigger UK businesses saying th...

Deadlines are important, staff should adhere to them then move onto the next project without objection to keep the business moving forward; this has been the way business has operated in most companies for many years now, but does it really work

To start we have to take note that we have been going by quantity over quality for a while now and max...

Whilst manufacturers have invested in their operational technology (OT); creating more connected and intelligent factories, equipment and supply chains, the investments in employees is lacking.

There is untapped productivity and creativity in the workforce that has yet to be realised through technology. And with the move towards digitisation, tod...

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