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The use of unemployed people as cleaners supplied by a government contractor has been uncovered by the Guardian through a freedom of information request. Photograph: Rex Features/Frederic Sierakowski Unpaid jobseekers have been forced to clean
Roux, Portillo, Smith 24 February 2012 Last updated at 06:04 ET Chef Michel Roux Jr said any work experience was valuable, showed that youngsters wanted to achieve and that he had staff who had started this way. He was debating his This Week film
Longer cancer referral times for young, women and ethnic minorities Health and science reporter, BBC News More than three-quarters of patients were referred after one or two appointments Cancer patients who are young, female or from an ethnic
Feb 23, 2012 Internships are valuable for college students aiming to stand out while gaining experience, and employers nowadays are likely to accept applicants with more than one internship on their resume...Companies do not just look at students'
Employment minister Chris Grayling has defended the work experience scheme. Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA Chris Grayling , the Conservative employment minister, has hit back at critics of the controversial work experience scheme which involves benefit
Protest group calls work experience 'slave labour' 22 February 2012 Last updated at 11:24 ET Shops including Tesco and Argos have expressed concerns over a government work experience scheme. Some protest groups have described it as "slave labour" but
Work scheme is not not slave labour Nick Clegg said the scheme would help protect the unemployed from loneliness and depression Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has dismissed criticism that a government work experience scheme amounts to "slave labour"
Campaigners occupy Tesco in Westminster in protest at the government's work experience scheme. Photograph: Ian Nicholson/PA Tesco will offer paid placements with a guarantee of a job to all those on the government's work experience scheme, after
Stacking shelves is better than dreaming of stardom on the X Factor', says Iain Duncan Smith Last updated at 12:46 AM on 21st February 2012 Stacking supermarket shelves is better than dreaming of stardom via TV's The X Factor, Iain Duncan Smith
Greg Kahn/Staff Alison Sanchez, assistant director of human resources for the Ritz Carlton, left, and Staci Wright, recruitment specialist for the Ritz, right, interview a potential candidate during Southwest Florida Regional Intern Recruitment Job