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Union members at an international IT firm in Bracknell will decide whether to go ahead with industrial action before the end of the month in a row over job cuts and pensions.
On Friday, November 6, Wokingham Borough Council is hosting a jobs fair aimed at helping people back into employment.
Council bosses are working to provide opportunities and training for people who have found themselves jobless thanks to the recession.
A Sindlesham firm hopes to switch young people on to a career in engineering after identifying a skills shortage.
An unemployed IT worker has grabbed the attention of bosses by putting up roadside adverts asking for a job.
Wokingham is the only unitary authority in Berkshire to have more job vacancies now than last year, but job cuts from IT giant Fujitsu could hit unemployment in the borough.
Fujitsu staff have voted overwhelming in favour of industrial action, which could include striking, if plans to change the company’s pension system go ahead.
Toys R Us is bucking the recession with the creation of 55 temporary jobs in Reading.
The borough’s A-level pupils proved they’re smart last week when they collected some of the best results in the country.
Fujitsu, which has offices in Bracknell, has announced plans to cut its UK workforce by almost 10 per cent.