The National Federation of Builders and Henry Boot Construction would like to invite you along to a Meet the Buyer event to be held at Leeds College of Building on Friday 27th September.
Commenting on Business Secretary Vince Cable's speech at the Liberal Democrat Party Conference, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: "From the start, this was a highly political speech.
Did you hear the one about the bosses who turned their hand to comedy in order to raise money for charity? Last year, eight Sheffield business leaders bravely took to the stage and showcased their own stand-up comedy routines - and it's all happening again! The unique fundraiser, Funny Business, is being held for the second year running to raise vital funds for Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity.
An excited crowd will be gathering at Rother Valley Country Park in Rotherham on Saturday 14th September to witness and take part in The Rotherham & Sheffield Charities Dragon Boat race organised by local recruitment business, A for Appointments.
Sheffield area employers leaving it late to act under the Government's new compulsory pension legislation could find that providers are not able to meet the heavy demand for new schemes before deadline day, a specialist warns today.
Findings Support Argument That SMEs Require Online Solution To Deal Effectively With Auto-Enrolment A Sheffield-based pensions lawyer has expressed his concern following a recent report compiled for the Pensions Regulator which says that half of small firms are not going to pay a financial adviser for work around auto-enrolment.
Science education experts at Sheffield Hallam University are training science teachers around the North of England, after winning the contract to run the network of Science Learning Centres in three regions.
In the three months to July 2013, unemployment fell 24,000, and employment rose 80,000, compared with the previous quarter In the three months to July 2013, the unemployment rate was 7.