The new Conservative leader of Plymouth City Council says the city’s economic future depends on the creation of highly paid jobs in manufacturing and marine technology and will be marketing the city to multinational companies in a bid to entice them to move here. Cllr… Read More »Tory council leader says priority is to deliver high-paid jobs for Plymouth
Here is our regular round-up of appointments and promotions at some of the biggest businesses from around the East Midlands: Russell Scanlan Independent insurance broker Russell Scanlan has appointed a new account executive to help manage the growth that the 140-year-old business is experiencing. The… Read More »Latest appointments, promotions and jobs news from across the East Midlands
TO s anyone who runs a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) will attest, numbers are everything. From head-counts and payroll to that all-important bottom line, if you get them right then your business thrives, but get them wrong and it could be curtains. SMEs account… Read More »Looking for a silver bullet for your business? Then step this way
Around 70 jobs are set to be created at a new North East veterinary referral center, following a £ 2.7m investment. Bridge Referrals Ltd is set to provide veterinary services for small animals in the region from its new hub at Boldon Business Park, South… Read More »New Tyneside veterinary practice to create 70 jobs as work gets under way
After a whole lot of cuts, what would Colorado’s public sector collective bargaining bill actually change?
Updated 7:40 p.m., May 11, 2022 A bill to grant new organizing rights to employees of county governments has won approval from both chambers of the legislature and will soon go Gov. Jared Polis for a final signature. “This bill stands up for the people… Read More »After a whole lot of cuts, what would Colorado’s public sector collective bargaining bill actually change?
According to the World Travel and Tourism Council’s (WTTC) latest Economic Impact Report (EIR), released today, the North American Travel & Tourism sector is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 3.9 percent over the next ten years. Those projections place it ahead… Read More »North American Travel & Tourism GDP To Reach $ 3.1 Trillion by 2032
Unfair dismissal stamp on the Employee Termination. getty If you believe you were wrongfully terminated from your job, you might have a legal claim against your former employer. And if you win your case, you could potentially recover lost wages. But your lost wages award… Read More »Mitigating Damages In An Employment Law Case