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LexisNexis launches dedicated energy sector platform

LexisPSL Energy module to support lawyers advising in the energy sector London, 7th November 2017 – LexisNexis UK (www.lexisnexis.co.uk), a leading provider of content and technology solutions, has launched LexisPSL Energy, the UK legal market’s first online module dedicated to lawyers advising in the context of the energy sector. The ...

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Europe identified as the most complex payroll region in the world

UK experts identify legislative updates as a major challenge: impact of GDPR on payroll still unclear NGA Human Resources, a global leader in HR and payroll services, has released the 2017 Global Payroll Complexity Index (GPCI), a business intelligence report that identifies the top payroll process and compliance threats of ...

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Hampleton Partners Opens Office in Frankfurt

Increasing M&A activities in German-speaking countries / Frankfurt the ideal location in Central Europe Hampleton Partners has been advising technology companies on mergers and acquisitions from their offices in London and San Francisco for years. Now the international M&A specialist is responding to increased demand in German-speaking countries and opens ...

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Schools Take a Page From Silicon Valley

A completed “Scrum board” displays tasks 8th graders have completed for a classroom project in Jonathan Kutis’ class at Swift Creek Middle School in Midlothian, Va. —Julia Rendleman for Education Week Midlothian, Va. Words like “product,” “artifact,” and “backlog”—these are not education terms. And yet they cover the walls at ...

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School-Rating Site GreatSchools Expands Its Measuring Stick

The online site GreatSchools.org has released a massive expansion of its school-ratings system, intended to provide more nuance about school quality by highlighting student test growth, achievement gaps, school climate, and course offerings. The expansion comes as GreatSchools and other school-ratings sites ride skyrocketing popularity, and as states work to ...

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Matt Hancock on Bank of England Brexit job loss warning

A warning about economic forecasts has come from a former economic forecaster, who went on to be a business minister and Paymaster General in the government. Asked about a Bank of England report suggesting up to 75,000 jobs in the financial market could be lost when the UK leaves the ...

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OutSystems Announces Worldwide Stock Option Plan for All Employees

London – 31st October, 2017 – OutSystems has announced a stock ownership plan for company employees. All employees across nine offices globally – from junior staff to executives – will be eligible to participate. The worldwide stock programme adds to OutSystems’ continued reputation as a premier employer. In February 2017, ...

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