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Royal College of Podiatry thanks members for humanitarian response to Ukraine conflict
The Royal College of Podiatry has issued a statement thanking its members for donations of supplies to help provide humanitarian support to those affected by the armed conflict in Ukraine.
New Leaf Distribution boss talks up value of the physical workplace
While the Covid-19 pandemic forced remote working to become a necessity, as social restrictions have ended in the UK, businesses are becoming more acutely aware of the benefits of office working.
Sack Tory co-chair over links to oligarchs, Starmer urges
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has called on the Conservatives to dismiss co-chairman, Ben Elliot, amid concerns over his links to wealthy Russians donating sums of money to the party.
DMR Training and Consultancy founder talks the fundamentals of running a successful business
Businessman Dave Radley has overseen considerable growth within his company, DMR Training & Consultancy, since establishing it to provide construction qualifications in 2013.
Upfold talks career changes, transferable leadership skills and how chiropractors’ network can alleviate NHS backlog
Clinic boss Alan Upfold tells of how a major career change shaped him into the person he is today and explains the transferable skills that have helped him succeed running his own business. He also highlights how the chiropractic network, in his view, could help bring down the Covid-enforced NHS backlog.
Upturn Enterprise shortlisted for MEN Business Award
Oldham-based social enterprise Upturn has been shortlisted for a Manchester Evening News [MEN] Business Award in the ‘Turnover under £1 Million’ category.
IncomeMax’s Lee Healey shares advice on benefit rule changes
Recent rule changes around Universal Credit payments mean that recipients may be required to apply for jobs that are less tied to their previous experience. With non-compliance posing a risk of payments being reduced or halted altogether for claimants, IncomeMax founder Lee Healey has provided advice on how to avoid being penalised.
St Dominic’s Sixth Form College achieves FairActive status
St Dominic’s Sixth Form College in Harrow, Middlesex, has recently seen its Fairtrade certification both extended and consolidated after being awarded ‘FairActive’ College status.
Together We Can Succeed project honoured by royal visit
Her Royal Highness, Anne, The Princess Royal, visited Merryhue Farm in February, to review the Together We Can Succeed project and engage with the work that it has been carrying out.
Alex Stewart International commissions new precious metals laboratory in Liverpool
Alex Stewart International [ASi] has commissioned a new modernised fire assay laboratory at its head office laboratory site in Liverpool, Merseyside.
YMCA Derbyshire appoints new chair
YMCA Derbyshire has this month appointed member of the board Julian Smith as its new chair, succeeding the outgoing Mary Gordon.
2021 reflections: Community and Business Partners look back proudly on achievements
For Community & Business Partners, there is real hope that 2022 will bring a continuation of its success of last year.
CIPP enjoys treble success in The UK’s 100 Best Companies to Work For rankings
The Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals [CIPP] has enjoyed a treble recognition in The UK’s 100 Best Companies to Work For Q1 List in 2022, after having being included in three prestigious rankings.
IAB Awards 2022 to recognise the best in the business
The International Association of Bookkeepers [IAB] has opened nominations for its 2022 awards.
Partygate: Number 10 says that PM’s answers to police questionnaire will not be publicly disclosed
Downing Street has declared this week that prime minister Boris Johnson’s response to a Metropolitan Police questionnaire as part of its probe into the ‘partygate’ scandal will not be disclosed to the public.