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Most East Mids businesses expect Employment Tribunal claims to increase

Following the Supreme Court’s decision earlier this year to revoke employment tribunal fees, business owners in the East Midlands expect to see an increase...

LTP wins place on councils’ public sector supplier list

Local Transport Projects has won a supplier place on the national 664 Consultancy Services framework agreement of ESPO, one of the country’s leading national...

Employment falls for first time in two years

Employment has fallen slightly for the first time in over two years. It is a notable change, though we should be cautious about drawing...

Lack of skilled workers worries firms in RICS survey

Workloads in the construction and infrastructure sector remained healthy during the third quarter according to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) survey,...

Lincolnshire company sees over 100 workers strike over pay freeze

More than one hundred members staff have gone on strike at the Metsa Wood Timber Yard in Boston, Lincolnshire, in response to an imposed...

EMT recognised as one of ‘Best Employers for Race’

East Midlands Trains has been named by Businesses in the Community as one of the UK’s Best Employers for Race. Jake Kelly, Managing Director for East...

Tesco buying Bookers raises no competition concern, says CMA

The Competition and Markets Authority has provisionally concluded that the Tesco purchase of Booker does not raise competition concerns. A group of independent panel members has...

Call for Government support to help clear the air

The Government must ensure that any future air quality proposals are implemented fairly or they risk disproportionately hitting small firms, according to a new...

Derby’s QSS Group brings life back to one of Europe’s largest...

Derby headquartered QSS Group have helped bring back to life Bishopsgate Goodsyard, a historic site dating back to the 1840’s, located in Shoreditch, East...

Is it time to get away from the desk?

This month we catch up with James Pinchbeck, Marketing Partner at Streets Chartered Accountants, who asks: Is it time to get away from the...

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Lack of skilled workers worries firms in RICS survey

Workloads in the construction and infrastructure sector remained healthy during the third quarter according to the latest Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) survey,...

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