Women in the Law UK founder scoops top diversity leadership award

Sally Penni, barrister-at-law and founder of Manchester-headquartered Women in the Law UK, was recognised at the Northern Leadership Awards ceremony, held in Leeds on 28 November 2019.

Recruitment specialist champions workers as “People Ambassador” for Leeds

A Leeds recruitment specialist is calling for the city’s businesses to put their workers first, as part of his new role as an Inclusive Growth Ambassador. Craig Burton, managing director of The Works Recruitment, is...

Taylor&Emmet reviews year in employment law

Sheffield’s Taylor&Emmet LLP is helping local businesses keep up to date with the latest changes in employment law.

Hull Trains Hero Scoops National Industry Award

A Hull Trains’ employee who has been instrumental in rolling out the £60 million Paragon fleet has been recognised as the best rail project manager in the country at a national award ceremony. Richard Vernon,...

Growth prompts relocation for York patent attorneys

A growing firm of patent attorneys headquartered in York has relocated to the Old Fire Station development in the city centre to continue its expansion. Secerna LLP, which has offices in York and Newcastle, has...

Yorkshire financial services business is supporting two local lads, come hell oar high water

Salt rash, sharks and sleep deprivation are certainly not part of day-to-day life at JM Glendinning. But for two of their connections, James Tordoff and Chris Nicholl, they will become an everyday reality as...

BigChange appoints Chief Operating Officer to support continued growth

BigChange, the mobile workforce management company, has appointed Jo Godsmark as its Chief Operating Officer. Jo will lead the company’s customer-facing activities in this new role.

£15,000 fundraising boost for Pocklington School

A primary school near Pocklington has had a £15,000 boost to help with its trips and educational resources, thanks to a local fundraising event held at Langlands Garden Centre.

Are millennials guilty of rushing their work? The research results include a surprising discovery.

Millennials live non-stop lifestyles and use their mobiles on a frequent basis. Due to the rushed nature of their lives, they are prone to making errors when typing on their mobiles which can look unprofessional to potential employers of the future.

Scott Bros. prepares to invest £3m in Teesside’s circular economy

Recycling experts Scott Bros. are preparing to make a major £3m investment in Teesside’s circular economy. The family-run firm is looking to install a second and much larger ‘urban quarry’ to convert construction and excavation...

Ison Harrison Appoints New Commercial Property Partner

Yorkshire law firm Ison Harrison has appointed a prominent property partner to head up its commercial property division. Chris Waddingham joins Ison Harrison’s expanding regional team having previously been at Blacks Solicitors in Leeds where...

RSPCA Sheffield Launches Appeal For Corporate Partnerships

The local animal charity looks for business support in the lead up to Christmas.