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Red Rock Entertainment’s Against the Tides to be screened on International Women’s Day
Against the Tides, a film produced by Red Rock Entertainment, is to be screened on March 8 for International Women’s Day 2021 and has been featured on the event's global website for the year.
Leadership Round-up: Olivier Tsemo of SADACCA comments on the budget and Hancock announces expansion of free testing to get employees back to the office
In today's leadership round up we hear from Olvier Tsemo, CEO of SADACCA, as he responds to the budget. The government announces an expansion to the free workplace testing scheme for companies that register before the 31st March.
Looking back: Johnson Controls marks 40th anniversary of historic MGM Grand Hotel project as revelations emerge on Grenfell disaster
After 40 years, leading fire, HVAC and security equipment specialist Johnson Controls revisits one of its most historic projects: the installation of a computer-controlled fire safety system at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, US.
AKA Case Management Goes From Strength to Strength
A five-year project by Angela Kerr to reshape the leading case management company that she founded in 2002 has reached fruition.
Bridging the digital divide: Spirotech Group donates laptops to local school
Spirotech Group has consolidated its work in helping local communities through Covid-19 restrictions by donating five laptops to Sawtry Junior Academy in Cambridgeshire.
Gove’s comments suggest vaccine passports may be imminent
MPs will debate the issue of vaccine passports after more than a quarter of a million people have signed a petition urging the government not to introduce them. But the signatories may end up disappointed, given Michael Gove’s previous comments on a very similar issue.
Giving back: Terence Carvalho joins The Literacy Hubs' Board of Trustees
Terence Carvalho, general manager of Portsmouth hospitality business Becketts Southsea, has been voted onto the Board of Trustees for local education charity, The Literacy Hubs.
Russell Finex: Sustainable plastic recycling spotlight – how can you improve your process?
Established in 1934, Russell Finex is a global leader in the manufacture of high-quality sieving and filtration solutions. Over the past month they have been recognised at the West London Business Awards, launched improvements to a popular product based on customer feedback and made strides to improve sustainable plastic recycling practices.
Covid and the care sector: TimeFinders boss hopes that lessons learnt from the pandemic can incite positive change
Speaking exclusively to The Leaders Council, TimeFinders director Alison Hesketh reflects on the challenges that the Covid-19 pandemic has thrust upon the care industry, while highlighting some of the lessons that can be taken from the crisis and used to incite positive change.
Grant Schapps chairs first meeting of the Global Travel Taskforce
The secretary of state for transport, the Rt Hon Grant Schapps MP, has chaired the first meeting of the Global Travel Taskforce. Seeking to find a safe and sustainable way to restart international travel after a year that has seen aviation passenger numbers drop 97%.
Leaders Council chairman Lord Blunkett calls for adjustment to disadvantaged pupils' exam grades
Writing for the London Evening Standard, Leaders Council chairman Lord Blunkett has called for exam grades to be adjusted for pupils who have fallen behind with their education as a result of digital poverty.
Spinnaker International launches new forensic technology
Security system specialist Spinnaker International has recently launched its new CrimeTag technology, which acts as a forensic marker tagging physical goods with a unique DNA fingerprint.
The Richard Stephens Partnership recognised for work on the NHS Nightingale in London
The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) recognised the Richard Stephens Partnership (RSP) in the Covid Achievement Awards. The award was created for 2021 in association with CIBSE Journal.
Naming and shaming: February brings relaunch of HMRC naming scheme for salary wrongdoers
HMRC has this month published the names of 139 companies that failed to pay the National Minimum Wage to over 95,000 workers between 2016 and 2018, short-changing employees by £6.7 million in total.