THE SHEFFIELD office of national law firm, Irwin Mitchell, has again boosted its business legal services team with the appointment of leading Yorkshire-based dealmaker, Matt Ainsworth.
Suits and ties may not be the most appropriate attire forSheffieldbusiness workers this summer when Human Table Football, Sumo Relay and a Space Hopper Race are on the agenda.
A for Appointments are pleased to announce that from Monday the 30th of July 2012 a section of its business will bededicated to providing staffing solutions to the care, support, recovery and rehabilitation servicesthroughout the Yorkshire, Humberside and East Midlands regions.
Rail depot equipment specialist, Mechan, is preparing to fly the flag for Sheffield manufacturers at the world's largest transport trade fair in September.
NEW FIGURES which show that the number of contract claims reaching the High Court have almost doubled in the past 12 months show how many businesses have been pushed to take desperate steps in difficult economic times - says leading commercial litigation lawyer at Irwin Mitchell in Sheffield, Steve Beahan.
Following the recent high profile case of John Terry and his acquittal of charges of alleged racial abuse on the football pitch, regional employment law specialist Paul Grindley is warning employers to act cautiously - but swiftly - when managing allegations of racial abuse in the workplace.
W Academy & Education have recently received the fantastic news that they are one of six finalists selected for the Training Award at the Hairdressers Journal 2012 British Hairdressing Business Awards.