BCC Business Manifesto calls for wide-ranging action from the next UK government to achieve a 'more confident and more enterprising Britain' Today (Monday) the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is publishing its Business Manifesto 'A Business Plan for Britain'.
-No surprise if slowdown delays interest rate rise Confidence among businesses fell for the first time in six months in August, bringing the bullish streak in business confidence to an end and potentially having a knock-on effect on interest rate rises, according to the latest Business Trends report by BDO LLP in Yorkshire.
Many small businesses in South Yorkshire remain unaware of their legal and health and safety responsibilities in relation to employees who drive their own cars on business trips.
Commenting on today's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) interest rate decision, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -The MPC made the right decision to keep interest rates and quantitative easing on hold.
Software development company 3Squared, based in Sheffield, has gone back to its roots to recruit three students from Sheffield Hallam University to undertake a one year placement with the business, as part of investing in growing its own home grown talent for the future.
Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam University is in the running for being named the best business school in the country at one of the most prestigious awards ceremonies for the university sector.
Loadhog Limited, the Sheffield-based, one hundred per cent employee-owned transit packaging innovator, is delighted to announce that it is a finalist in the People Effectiveness category of the IMechE 2014 Manufacturing Excellence (MX) Awards, the business improvement programme which supports and promotes all manufacturers in the UK.
Famous Faces Join Team Theo Raising Over £10,000 on Charity Golf Day Some of sports most famous faces headed to Sheffield this week to take part in a star-studded round of golf with presenter Dan Walker in aid of The Children's Hospital Charity.
Only 7% Reject Early Conciliation Since New Scheme Launched According to statistics published today by ACAS, the vast majority of UK employees are keen to settle workplace disputes through early conciliation rather than through the courts.