Law Firm Webinar Will Respond To Rising Number Of Redundancy Questions

Law Firm Webinar Will Respond To Rising Number Of Redundancy Questions
June 30, 2020

Redundancy procedures resulting from – and in some cases delayed by – the Covid-19 lockdown will come under the spotlight next week as a leading law firm takes its seminar programme online for the first time.

Rollits, which has offices in Hull and York, will offer guidance to help businesses avoid the pitfalls of making staff redundant and ensure they act fairly and within the law.

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Council Supports The Local Armed Forces Community

Council Supports The Local Armed Forces Community
June 22, 2020

As part of its commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is working together with partners to improve the support for the local Armed Forces community.

The East Riding Armed Forces Money Advice Service provides tailored support for local serving personnel, veterans and their families, including financial and legal advice and in-depth help on related generalist advice issues.

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The Greenwood Centre And Memories Of Greenwood Ave

The Greenwood Centre And Memories Of Greenwood Ave
April 16, 2020

Residents of Greenwood Avenue, North Hull and Orchard Park, are asked to come forward with memories of the area as the former rent office is being refurbished to create a community hub for everyone living in HU6, to learn, meet and train.

The Greenwood Centre has long been an ambition of North Hull based charity, Unity in Community, which last year finally got the go-ahead and funds to start work on the refurbishment after a number of years, in the pipeline.

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Buses Change In Response To Lockdown

Temporary Changes To East Yorkshire Bus Services
March 26, 2020

From Sunday 29 March, in response to the government’s coronavirus advice, bus company East Yorkshire will be changing the times of their buses.

As the public have now been advised to travel only if necessary, the company have scaled back services to concentrate on getting key workers to and from essential employment.

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Transferable Skills That Make Business Graduates More Employable

Transferable Skills That Make Business Graduates More Employable
February 7, 2020

Education is an essential part of everyday life. We learn in so many ways, including traditional classroom-based lessons and real-life skills. Each is as important as the next, but to get ahead, you need to take it a step further to expand your knowledge and experience.

As individuals move through education, university is often the transitional phase into full-time employment. However, traditional lesson-taught degrees are not the only way to gain this type of qualification. 

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Employment Success For Residents Living In HU6 Area

Employment Success For Residents Living In HU6 Area
February 4, 2020

People who’ve been out of work long-term face multiple barriers to employment. Accessing services, learning new skills, gaining qualifications and engaging in employment opportunities helps to remove those barriers.

With a shared vision to make HU6 a great place to live, a charity is creating opportunities for residents of North Hull Estate through its Flying Start and Business Advisory projects.

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7 Reasons Why Nursing is a Great Career Choice for Moms

7 Reasons Why Nursing is a Great Career Choice for Moms
December 23, 2019

Ideally, if everybody had a perfect life, then every mom would already have an excellent career by the time she gave birth to her first child. Unfortunately, the world we live in isn’t perfect, and there are many moms who are still thinking about career changes and aspirations.

Of course, it’s understandable that any parent would want to earn more money for their children, so you might be thinking of upgrading from the service or retail industry and into a more prestigious career that requires a degree.

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Try New Skills For The New Year With 2020 Adult Learning Courses

Try New Skills For The New Year With 2020 Adult Learning Courses
December 9, 2019

East Riding of Yorkshire Council is offering learners aged 19 years and over the perfect start to the New Year with its 2020 course launch and free Try Month.

An exciting range of part-time adult learning courses is available now to view and book on-line, and throughout January there will be an opportunity to try many of them free of charge.

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David T. Wade Appointed As Union Rep’ For Usdaw In Tesco’s Goole Facility

David T. Wade Appointed As Union Rep’ For Usdaw In Tesco’s Goole Facility
December 2, 2019

David T. Wade has been elected as an official representative for the Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (Usdaw) at Tesco’s Distribution Centre near Goole, East Yorkshire.

The role includes union meetings related to Usdaw members’ disciplinary issues and includes matters related to sickness, absences, holidays, flexible working, performance and conduct.

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New Commuter Buses For Cherry Burton

New Commuter Buses For Cherry Burton
November 27, 2019

Bus company East Yorkshire has started a new rush-hour bus journey from Beverley to Cherry Burton for commuters coming home from work. 

The new journey began in November in response to a request from Graham Stuart to East Yorkshire buses.

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Orchard Community Cafe Celebrates Opening With Local Boxer Sonny Taylor

Orchard Community Cafe Celebrates Opening With Local Boxer Sonny Taylor
November 19, 2019

The Orchard Community Cafe on North Hull Estate celebrated its official opening this week with special guest cruiserweight boxer, Sonny Taylor.

This new-style cafe is run by community interest charity, Unity in Community (Unity) subsidised by the Community Led Local Development Fund. It provides a local hub for residents of HU6 and workers in the area who can enjoy delicious home-cooked food at subsidised prices.

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Employers Help Shape Bishop Burton College Curriculum

Employers Help Shape Bishop Burton College Curriculum
November 15, 2019

Employers from a range of different sectors across Yorkshire and the Humber have had their say on the skills and knowledge they believe college students will need for successful careers in the region.

Bishop Burton College invited businesses from a variety of industries to share their views as part of a major project to review its future curriculum.

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Why Northern UK Is the Best for Business

Why Northern UK Is the Best for Business
November 8, 2019

When businesses consider setting up shop in the UK, one of the first locations to come to mind is London.

However, a trend of late has seen international and local businesses relocate or bypass the hectic capital for cheaper northern UK cities.

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