Ahead of its eagerly-anticipated opening in the newly revamped Corn Exchange, Pho has given nine young people jobs as part of the company’s commitment towards socially responsible recruitment.
Ms Abrahams, who is a member of the work and pensions select committee, said Mr Duncan Smith was a ‘disgrace’ following revelations that the Department for Work and Pensions created a leaflet about sanctions containing made-up quotes attributed to non-existent benefit claimants.
MP Kate Green has pledged to promote more autism awareness in Trafford after people’s understanding of the ‘complex condition’ was deemed ‘desperately low’ by a leading charity boss.
Withington’s unemployed workers ‘suffering at the hands of the government’ can look forward to a ‘radical’ new community service to turn to for help and support as a new centre launches today.
People who lose their jobs are less willing to trust others for up to a decade after being laid-off, according to new research from The University of Manchester.
Mancunians Google the search term ‘depression’ every two minutes, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they are depressed, according to a number of mental health professionals.
The number of single parents on Jobseeker’s Allowance has almost halved in the last two years
There’s nothing quite like the dreaded feeling of returning to work after a well-earned Christmas break.
Greater Manchester’s troubled families are having their lives turned around by a new government programme
Nine out of ten areas across the region saw a decline in unemployment between June 2012/13 and June 2013/14, but the borough of Rochdale recorded an increase of 0.5%, according to the report
While Manchester’s city centre appears to be undergoing constant regeneration, in areas walking distance from the city centre, such as Moss Side and Hulme, nearly half of children live in poverty