South West businesses uncertain and sceptical as Brexit approaches
Researchers at the University of Plymouth conducted a series of interviews and focus groups to provide a unique picture of the Brexit pressures facing the region.
Low skilled, low paid workers of the world don’t unite, research shows
Workers in low-skilled, low paid employment are not prone to band together and form a common bond, new research has shown.
Exhibition helps visitors understand county's past
Visitors to Bodmin Jail this Easter holiday are being treated to a fascinating exhibition on Cornwall’s colourful past, thanks to University students and researchers.
The taxing questions posed by Brexit
Dr Alexander Haupt, Associate Professor (Reader) in Economics in the University of Plymouth’s Plymouth Business School, writes about the challenges posed by Brexit to tax legislation as part of the iSPER Brexit Series
Conference addresses HR challenges facing business in South West
More than 100 delegates attended a conference organised by the HR and Leadership group at Plymouth Business School and the iSPER People Organisations and Work research group in conjunction with Devon and Cornwall branch of the CIPD.
The iSPER Brexit Series offers academic insight on impact of leaving the EU
Plymouth University news: The University of Plymouth has today launched an initiative which sees leading academics endeavouring to provide policy makers and the public with an informed insight into the Brexit debate
Institute aims to engage business and policy chiefs with leading research
Plymouth University news: A research institute which will encourage business leaders and policy makers to use world-leading expertise to inform their decision making has been launched by the University of Plymouth