Weekly Roundup – Week 11


Weekly Roundup – Week 11

EMCON 2024

We are delighted to be returning as an exhibitor to EMCON in September 2024. After a successful first year at the event held at Rainton Arena, we are delighted to be returning to the event as an exhibitor for 2024… continue reading

Labour Market Report

As a leading provider of human resource solutions across the region we wanted to share with you latest trends and insight for the month of January. The latest ONS Labour Market Overview continues to be the adjusted experimental data and reported… continue reading

Insider Made in the North East Awards 2024

We were delighted to attend the Insider Media Made in the North East Awards 2024 at the Hilton in Gateshead on Thursday, 14th March…continue reading

Multi-Skilled Technician (Newton Aycliffe) Permanent

Warehouse Administrator (Peterlee)

Counterbalance FLT Driver (Peterlee)

Machine Operator (Thornaby)

2024 employment law changes and how to navigate them

It’s going to be an unprecedented year for changes in employment law, with the first of a series of regulations having come into force in January and more to follow. Businesses will need to revise policies and processes to ensure they remain compliant and avoid costly claims. Proactively approaching these changes by training managers and updating policies and procedures ahead of time will save time and money when looking at the bigger picture… continue reading

National Insurance cut 2024: The 2p tax change explained

National insurance is to be cut for the second time this year for both employees and the self-employed. The further two percentage points cut was announce in the 2024 Spring Budget. Here we explain everything you need to know about the tax and how it is changing…continue reading

No Smoking Day 

No Smoking Day, which takes place on the second Wednesday of March each year, and is a way of supporting the nation’s 5.3 million smokers to make a quit attempt. Established in 1984, this year marks the 40th anniversary of No Smoking Day. Since this time smoking prevalence has reduced by two thirds, but there is still some way to go to achieve a smoke-free nation by 2030… continue reading

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Every March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. It’s our chance to put ovarian cancer in the spotlight. In the UK, over 7,000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every year. Two thirds of women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer too late when the cancer is harder to treat and every day, 11 women die… continue reading

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