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A Bracknell company has announced it is shedding jobs, but says losses at its town centre HQ will be “very small”.
Forty five new jobs will be created when DIY giant Wickes opens its new Reading store on Saturday.
New opportunities for young people mean that everyone under 25 in Reading will be guaranteed a job, training or work experience after six months unemployment according to work and pensions secretary Yvette Cooper.
Nearly 200 jobs will be created in Whitley at Thames Water’s new hub.
Union bosses fear job losses at an atomic weapons factory could be as many as 900.
Siemens is the latest company expected to make redundancies in Bracknell.
Unemployment in Reading has fallen fractionally for the first time since the economic downturn began.
Those feeling the effects of the credit crunch in Wokingham could soon receive more help locally.
Work trials arranged by Reading’s Jobcentre Plus have secured a new career in retail for seven unemployed Reading people, after they impressed bosses at a new Sainsbury’s.
A project that helps get Bracknell people back into work by improving their skills is to get a boost of more than £200,000 from council charges.