Law Change Shows Government's Concern That Smaller Firms Will Struggle A leading Sheffield-based pensions lawyer has welcomed news today that the Government has extended the period new employees have to auto-enrol in a pension scheme from four to six weeks.
We are a nation of stressed staff - eating lunch 'al desko' as well as working overtime, through holidays and even when ill, according to new research.
Stephen Williams, property and relocation solicitor for Lupton Fawcett Lee & Priestley, is set to become the next president of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce.
A project, led by the University of Bradford, has established a new fund to help regional businesses develop new and improved products, services and processes in collaboration with local universities.
Commenting on the public sector finances for September 2013, published today by the ONS, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -We've made gradual progress in reducing government borrowing, but the deficit is still far too high.
BBC Radio Sheffield played host to a number of guests this morning in order to investigate why nationally there are only 7% of the engineering workforce that are female.
The creators and graduates of a postgraduate creative writing course have celebrated their record of one published novelist a year with a special event for the Off the Shelf literary festival.
Plans to improve protection from flooding for businesses in the Lower Don Valley have taken a step forward after planning applications for the project were submitted by Sheffield City Council.