A flagship Government initiative allowing organisations to offer shares in return for removing certain employment rights is likely to fail because an overwhelming proportion of firms in the region think it will be damaging to their business - according to a survey of over 130 Yorkshire companies by national law firm, Irwin Mitchell.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to invite interested suppliers to a Supply Chain Engagement event for the forthcoming Brough Relief Road scheme to be held at the Blackburn Leisure Sports and Social Club, Prescott Avenue, Skillings Lane, Brough HU15 1BB on Monday the 9th December from 14:00 until 16:00.
Sheffield Chamber of Commerce has called on business leaders in the city region to play their part in driving forward 'transformational' growth projects from the private sector.
Businesses affected by plans to develop flood defences in the Lower Don Valley area of Sheffield can still meet with developers to discuss the proposals.
Mercury Taxis are now taking bookings for the forthcoming Christmas and New Year period and are pleased to announce that they will be freezing their festive charges at last year's levels: normal fares plus £2 extra throughout the holiday period.
A growing number of small and medium-sized businesses are looking to move production operations back to the UK for reasons including cutting costs, according to the latest Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) Barometer.
Local Collaborative Lawyer, Michaela Heathcote, is adding her support to a national initiative encouraging separating couples to consider alternatives to court action.