US companies criticise UK healthcare firms’ charitable status and tax breaks

US companies criticise UK healthcare firms’ charitable status and tax breaks Tax breaks worth £50m to private hospitals operating as charities ‘give unfair advantage and reduce competitiveness’.
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The truth about the boss class | Viv Groskop

Anyone who seriously believes our FTSE chiefs are there on merit needs to get realLast week, I was on the panel of a pleasingly heated debate at Cass Business School, put together by Inclusive Employers, an organisation dedicated to diverse workplaces. It was about boardroom quotas. As someone who, despite committed and extensive viewing of […]
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What should work experience look like?

Debate rages over whether government programmes offer genuine help for jobless people or if they are simply exploitativeDo the government’s work experience programmes provide much-needed experience for jobless people that will help them back into employment? Or are they merely a way for massively profitable companies to gain free labour from vulnerable individuals threatened with […]
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MBA graduates in demand from charities

Graduates are highly sought-after as marketers, economists and planners in one, says Stephen HoareLast September the charity Touraid brought 20 disadvantaged pupils from Filadelfia New Life School in Kenya to the UK for a nine-day rugby tour hosted by the Beacon School in Chesham. The trip, sponsored by PwC, included a visit to the musical […]
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