Commenting on the government's Skills Strategy, announced by Skills Minister Matthew Hancock MP today, Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: On proposals for government intervention when providers fail to deliver good training: -Businesses must have confidence in training providers to deliver high-quality, work ready candidates, so we are pleased that those who underperform will face consequences.
Commenting on the credit conditions survey, published today by the Bank of England, Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -Although the overall supply of credit to businesses increased for the second successive quarter, it is concerning that the rise was confined to big business, while SMEs continue to be left out in the cold by lenders.
Proposals for a multi-million pound flood protection project for Sheffield's Lower Don Valley have been developed with the aim to commence work by 2014.
Following a very successful first year, Bhayani Bracewell has extended its HR EXCHANGE forum a dynamic collaboration with leading recruitment specialists, Brewster Pratap for a further 12 months and kicks off the new year with a valuable EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE in Sheffield on 8 May.
New Centre For Cities Report Backed By Legal Expert A leading business lawyer at Irwin Mitchell has welcomed calls from research group Centre for Cities for the creation of a new national fund for urban development, stating that such move would play a key role in getting many projects of the ground.
During the last twelve months at East Midlands Trains we have achieved quite a few key milestones and we would like to share some of our successes and update you, as our customers in the Sheffield and South Yorkshire areas.
·BCC's Quarterly Economic Survey for Q1 2013 shows progress, with almost all major balances improving compared with Q4 2012.