- Natalie Joins Expanding Team In Sheffield The Sheffield office of Irwin Mitchell has boosted its Corporate & Commercial team with the appointment of Solicitor Natalie Hager.
·The BCC's Workforce Survey highlights that businesses are optimistic about jobs and growth, but many are concerned that burdensome regulations could put this at risk ·More than half of firms (54%) expect to increase their workforce over the next 12 months and 59% have reported that average pay increased in line with or above inflation last year.
Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP is inviting the region's property professionals to its annual update on the rules and regulations affecting the industry.
The money raised at Sheffield United's 125th anniversary dinner has been officially presented to Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity.
Commenting on National Grid's announcement that planned generator closures and breakdowns have reduced the amount of spare capacity in the energy grid compared to last year, Dr Adam Marshall, BCC's Executive Director of Policy and External Affairs said: -The prospect of energy shortages and rolling blackouts is simply unacceptable, as they may cause major disruption for British businesses.
The new Sheffield Chamber of Commerce President David Thurkettle spelled out to the 'letter' his mantra for the coming year - after announcing his 3 Cs for success at the organisation's Annual General Meeting (AGM).
A quartet of singers are getting back together again after two decades to perform a special concert for Macmillan Cancer Support Singers Unlimited, who haven't performed together since the 1990s, will take their audience on a journey from Hollywood to the West End at the fundraising event.
The staff at Airmaster air conditioning and heating specialists have proved themselves to be masters of fundraising this year, together raising almost £3700 for several local charities.
Local business One2Call were left feeling like 'stupid boys' after learning they had been helping the cast and crew of the new Dad's Army film, but only after reading about it in the newspaper! The Sheffield-based business communications company had been working with a new customer to set up a temporary production office on the North Yorkshire coast, but didn't know at the time what the new production was.