Hill Dickinson has become the first law firm to become accredited under the prestigious Investors in Diversity scheme.
Employment law experts at Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP are helping local businesses get to grips with the most significant changes to the TUPE regulations in eight years.
Responding to Vince Cable's comments to MPs, where he revealed that the Low Pay Commission has recommended a 3% increase in the National Minimum Wage from October 2014, Dr Adam Marshall, Executive Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce, said: -The Low Pay Commission has to tread a careful balance, recommending changes to the minimum wage that help low-paid employees without undermining employers' ability to generate jobs and growth.
Tourism, hospitality and international business management courses at Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam University have received an important benchmark of international quality, after being accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).
Westfield Health has been named 'Best Cashplan Provider' for the second year running, at one of the health insurance industry's most prestigious events.
Healthcare professionals and managers working in the Sheffield region are being warned of the grave consequences of allowing confidential patient or staff data to go astray.
BCC publishes its latest EU Business Barometer to coincide with visit from German Chancellor, Angela Merkel who will be meeting with the Prime Minister this week BCC's EU Business Barometer a survey of more than 3,200 businesses continues to show support for renegotiation with Europe Research shows that firms want to remain in the EU, but with more powers transferred away from Brussels As German Chancellor Angela Merkel touches down in the UK to meet with the Prime Minister this week, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is publishing a major quarterly survey revealing business attitudes towards the UK's relationship with the European Union.