Employers across the region are being warned to get their tactics right or risk a rush of red cards and own goals during the World Cup.
According to Rollits LLP employment solicitor Lucy Trynka, even the most dedicated employees can be distracted by the four-yearly festival of football, so employers must develop a solid strategy to keep their employees engaged.
Foundations Live 2022 will take place at a college near Beverley, East Yorkshire this week. This is one of the region’s biggest construction, careers, and trade events.
Bishop Burton College in East Yorkshire will host the event on 20th October, offering contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers the chance to meet and network. There will also be over 70 exhibitors showcasing their training and employment opportunities, products, and services.
As a result of recruitment struggles across the bus sector, a company that provides transport in Beverley and the surrounding area, East Yorkshire, will temporarily alter some of its services starting Sunday 23 October.
There has been a protracted recruitment problem faced by many bus operators, including other local operators, due to a variety of factors.
Following on from the successful launch of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF), a webinar will take place to provide details for the recently announced Rural England Prosperity Fund (REPF), which aims to improve productivity and strengthen the rural economy and rural communities across the country.
Over a third (37%) of professionals under the age of 30 have been promoted in the past year, while 2 in 3 white collar workers over 55 have not.
According to a new report by recruitment consultancy Robert Walters, older workers are often overlooked for opportunities in favour of younger and less experienced ones. This is despite a fiercely competitive hiring market.
A team of intrepid staff from rural broadband specialists Quickline Communications has raised over £2,000 for the company’s chosen charity Hull4Heroes after tackling the infamous Tough Mudder challenge at the weekend.
The charity, which will be supported by the firm for the next 12 months, was chosen because many members of staff are either ex-forces themselves or have family and friends in the forces.
More than 80 per cent of participants who completed the latest ‘Maritime Futures’ training programme have gained employment within the maritime sector.
The fourth Maritime Futures cohort has seen 11 young people, aged between 16 and 25 complete the course, with nine securing employment by the end of the course. The group was presented with their certificates by Councillor Rob Pritchard, Portfolio Holder for Communities and Culture.
The multi-million-pound Beverley Enterprise Centre is now officially open following a launch event last week.
Numerous guests joined representatives from East Riding of Yorkshire Council and businesses within the centre for an opportunity to learn more about the enterprise centre and the opportunities available within it.
Bishop Burton College was delighted to welcome current and prospective students, parents and employer partners for an Education and Childcare T- Level celebration event, to recognise the hard work and achievements of students completing and studying towards the ground-breaking qualification this Summer.