Only one month remains to nominate the inspirational women in your life for the Women of Achievement Awards, with entries closing on Sunday 31 July.
Organised by not-for-profit networking group Women in Business Hull, the bi-annual awards celebrate the achievements of women who are setting the standard in business, blazing a trail for other women to follow in the workplace or making an outstanding contribution to the community.
Pepperells Solicitors, who have an office in Beverley have welcomed Craig Day to the firm in the newly established role of Head of People and Culture.
The new role will support Directors and Heads of Service in championing the values of the firm, supporting colleagues through their development and implementing new welfare and culture opportunities for their teams.
A manufacturing business with a workforce of nearly 1,200 people and a charity which supports more than 9,000 children gained new impetus for their wellbeing programmes after a leading law firm presented first-hand experiences of personal struggles with mental health.
Rollits LLP also welcomed organisations from a wide range of other sectors including tourism, food production, technology and professional services to their Employment Workshop – Boosting Resilience in your Teams event which was one of the highlights of Humber Business Week.
Judges and sponsors of a business awards event which is all about people praised the resilience and ambition of nominees and urged employers to commit to greater collaboration as a route to improving skills.
Humber Business Week event seeks to redefine resilience whilst also considering the obligations employers have in respect of hidden disabilities and neurodiversity in the workplace
Employers from across the region are signing up for a Humber Business Week event which will look at redefining resilience both personally and within the workplace plus protecting people and organisations from the legal pitfalls arising from the Equality Act, with a special focus on the impact of neurodiversity in the workplace.
Forrester Boyd Chartered Accountants are delighted that two more of its trainee accountants have passed their qualifications and can now look forward to careers as chartered certified accountants.
Abigail Dunning and Lydia Marsh have both passed their final exams of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and can now celebrate being fully qualified chartered certified accountants within Forrester Boyd.
The education sector has a responsibility to educate workers on their legal rights. This is especially important for those who are working in low-wage or precarious jobs, as they are more likely to be mistreated by their employers.
By educating workers on their legal rights, employers can be held accountable for their actions, and workers will be in a better position to stand up for their rights and demand fair treatment.
Hull City Council and the Hull and East Riding Youth Enterprise Partnership have commissioned two young entrepreneurs in Lab Rascals and Engaging Education to raise the profile of enterprise skills and entrepreneurship within Hull amongst young people aged 29 and under.
It’s part of the “Future You” campaign to promote youth entrepreneurship and enterprise skills to young people in the city.
Chameleon Business Interiors – the interior design, fit-out and furnishing firm based at Hull’s Humber Quays – has reached the final stages of prestigious industry awards in not one but two competitive categories.
Two of the region’s major charities breathed a sigh of relief as businesses provided a fundraising boost by taking to the golf course for the first time in nearly two years.
Dove House Hospice and Muscular Dystrophy UK expect to receive a significant cash injection from the proceeds of the Rollits’ Charity Golf Day which took place at Brough Golf Cub and attracted 20 teams from the firm, its clients and contacts.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is offering support to people and businesses in the East Riding in order to help recover from the pandemic and stay as healthy as possible during these unprecedented times.
A dyslexic entrepreneur is seeking the help of businesses and employees as he works to develop an assistive tool that will make email easier for people who share his condition.
Hull-based Dileepa Ranawake, who was diagnosed with dyslexia at 18, is drawing on his background in technology and health projects to create Jisterly.ai, which will enable dyslexic people to read and prioritise their emails up to five times faster without having to open them.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s business services team continues to assess clients’ needs through what is currently a difficult time for us all and has recently helped one such business that provides a fresher outlook for the UK hospitality sector during the pandemic.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will proudly support National Apprenticeship Week with an engaging series of online Q&As, success stories and expert advice, as it continues to strongly build futures for its vast number of apprentices, despite the past challenging year for everyone.
Research findings from Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for human resource management professionals, shows the lack of employer support for workers using drugs and alcohol through the pandemic and beyond.