Nurses and female health care workers are most at risk of experiencing psychological distress during the Covid-19 pandemic, new research from the University of Sheffield has revealed.
More than 100 Nursing Associate Apprentices are making a major contribution to the fight against Covid-19 on the NHS frontline, after graduating from the University of Sheffield.
Academics at Sheffield Hallam are to analyse the financial impact of Covid-19 on professional football clubs in England and the wider impact on their communities.
Commenting on the latest statistics from HMRC on usage of the government’s Job Retention Scheme up until 31 December 2020, BCC Co-Executive Director Hannah Essex said:
Results from the British Chambers of Commerce Quarterly Recruitment Outlook (QRO), in partnership with Totaljobs, found that while there was a modest improvement in the overall number of businesses attempting to recruit in Q4, sectoral disparities remain.
Universal are delighted to extend their partnership with Fellowes Brands, one of the global market-leading companies in air purification, and manufacturers of the renowned AeraMax Professional.
Unemployment in older industrial Britain is now above the levels experienced in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, with the potential for further redundancies, according to a new report.
Barnsley College Public Services students walked 8,848 metres up and down the College steps, equivalent to climbing Mount Everest, to raise £1,729 for the Barnsley Hospital Charity COVID-19 appeal.
Tribepad aims to strap rocket launchers on budding tycoons with cash, office space, mentoring and access to clients including the BBC, Tesco and the NHS.