Businesses of all sizes and stripes need a wide range of skills to operate effectively. From your HR team through to sales and marketing, and the finance teams that ensure you’re turning a profit, there are so many areas of specialization that your team requires to find success.
Whether you are in your final year at university or you have thought about returning to education, studying a postgraduate degree may have crossed your mind.
Just like any life-altering decision, there are a number of pros and cons that surround furthering your education. These should be researched thoroughly and compared to your lifestyle and current situation before a decision is made.
Online technologies have meant that all industries have had to take more meaningful steps to make sure that customers can access their goods and services remotely.
This has become more obvious in the past month where even some local libraries have launched an online book club. But such measures are hoped to stay even when the current global crisis abates.
A charity cycle team is set to smash its target well before the riders set off after passing the five-figure halfway point even before confirming a new date for their challenge.
But the Paris 2 Benitachell 2020 team won’t be coasting as they countdown to their test of 1,000 miles in nine days – they’ll be putting as much effort into the fund-raising as their pedalling with the aim of leaving their initial £20,000 target back in the distance.
Victim Support’s new online support resource, My Support Space, has launched today for victims of crime in Humberside and South Yorkshire.
My Support Space is designed to help victims of crime manage the impact that crime has had on them. It is a free, safe, secure and conﬁdential space where they can choose how they want to be supported after a crime.
Hull City Council has been announced as Tech Week Humber’s headline partner for the second year in a row.
Last year’s Tech Expo Humber event at the Bonus Arena was the first of its kind in the region, attracting 2,000 people over a two-day period and reaching a 1.5 million people through PR and social media.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has met with SSE Renewables to discuss multi-billion pound plans to build what will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm in the world off the Holderness Coast.
This is the latest in a series of engagements that Graham has had with renewable firms over the years in order to ensure that residents and local businesses see the benefits of the growth of green energy without being inconvenienced by the construction.
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.
The Lifeline & Responder service in Driffield dealt with 11,876 incoming and outgoing calls between 24 December 2019 and 2 January 2020 from residents in the East Riding.
For thousands of people in the East Riding the Lifeline & Responder service is just that, a lifeline, providing reassurance and, if needs be, an emergency response 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Hull-based broadband and communications provider KCOM Group Limited has announced plans to invest approximately £100 million to expand its full-fibre broadband network.
KCOM, which completed a full-fibre broadband rollout to around 200,000 properties across Hull and East Yorkshire last year, has revealed new plans to push beyond the company’s traditional boundaries to tens of thousands more homes and businesses.
Children from Hull and across South Yorkshire had a special Christmas surprise when they made a visit to Amazon in Doncaster iPort to take part in a Christmas-themed day of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) fun with Barnardo’s.
Pupils from St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School in Hull joined children from the Barnardo’s Priory Family Centre in Barnsley to visit the Amazon fulfilment centre as part of a programme called Amazon Future Engineer.
A teenager who traded a career in fixing cars for a brighter future making and mending gleaming jewellery has charmed her employer and a leading charity with a special Christmas creation.
Savannah Beal has hand-crafted a silver daisy as a gift for Karen Guest, who hired her as an apprentice in the family firm of Guest & Philips. Karen has donated the piece to the Daisy Appeal, which is now giving it away free of charge on Facebook to the most deserving recipient.
Hull City star Stephen Kingsley visited Specsavers at Kingswood Retail Park today to ensure his vision is in tip-top condition ahead of the team’s upcoming clashes with Birmingham and Charlton.
As sponsors of Stephen, the Specsavers store is keen to do its part in giving him every advantage possible on the field, including crystal clear vision.
Cryptocurrency is seeping its way into an array of industries and turning the heads of more people inside and outside investment circles.
The steps taken to regulate its usage are also playing a part in making it an attractive asset.
Thanks to the invention of the internet any product or service you can imagine is available online.
This goes with casinos because the industry will be reduced to shambles if it only relied on its land-based establishments.
A career in law enforcement is gratifying and also challenging at the same time. You’re going to have rough days, and other times, you’ll feel like a hero. The most important part is that you never give up on yourself or doubt your abilities.
There’s a reason you were hired in the first place, so keep this in mind when various obstacles pop up and try to stand in your way.
CONNECT Partner, an IT system that allows police and partner organisations to share information on one core policing system for the first time. It has officially been launched in East Riding.
The IT new system will now allow police in East Riding to provide a bespoke service to proactively manage issues around specific individuals, locations and offenders, in order to test and identify its benefits.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has welcomed the news that Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust will be one of 78 NHS Trusts across the country to benefit from funding for brand new, state-of-the-art cancer testing and detection technology.