57% of businesses pay all their staff at least the Living Wage An additional 22% of businesses pay most of their staff (over 75%) at least the Living Wage Commenting on the National Living Wage rise and the increase in the number of firms adopting the Living Wage, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce said: "A healthy majority of businesses already pay all of their staff at or above the Living Wage, and many more are on a journey to do the same.
English and history experts at Sheffield Hallam University are hosting a Wikipedia editing event to make sure less well-known Yorkshire authors and journalists are included in the online encyclopaedia.
CSR Breakfast Workshop featuring Kier, M&S, BHP and Nottingham University The 'how' and 'why' of corporate social responsibility: With corporate social responsibility (CSR) activity increasingly on the agenda, The Burton Street Foundation is hosting a special Breakfast Workshop featuring guest speakers from Marks & Spencer, Kier, BHP and Nottingham University on Tuesday 9 December, giving an insight into how CSR programmes work and the business benefits they deliver.
From apprentices to celebrity chefs the finalists for this year's Sheffield Business Awards have been announced.
There is no need to book a two hour flight to Italy for an authentic experience, as Piccolino is bringing Sicily to Sheffield! The Italian restaurant and bar, is offering guests the chance to sample a little slice of Italy, with their new all-weather dining terrace.
Firm Continues Investment In Business Team The Sheffield office of Irwin Mitchell has boosted its Construction team with the appointment of Solicitor Emily Sinclair.
It's all down to good engineering and morale boosting food inspired celebrations! The team at the Sheffield-based President Engineering Group were one of Yorkshire and Humber regional winners in the British Chambers of Chambers of Commerce Awards.