New Role Adds Up For Doncaster Accountant

A former Doncaster accountant, who now focuses on fundraising, has taken up a new role on a local university court. John Weston, fundraiser at Doncaster College for the Deaf, has been appointed to Hull University Court on behalf of Read More →

Use Of Automated External Defibrillator’s Within The Workplace

WHY IS AN AED SO IMPORTANT?  (“In the UK approximately 30,000 people sustain cardiac arrest outside hospital and are treated by the emergency medical services (EMS) each year. Electrical defibrillation is well established as the only effective therapy for cardiac Read More →

Leeds Bradford Airport Prepares For Busy Bank Holiday Weekend

Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) is gearing up for a busy August Bank Holiday weekend, with an estimated 6 per cent increase in passengers and an estimated 25,000 passengers expected to fly out on the last summer bank holiday of the Read More →

Two New Members Join Rotherham’s New York Stadium

Rotherham United’s 1925 Club has further enhanced its reputation as a South Yorkshire networking hub – with two new members signing up to take advantage of its luxury facilities. Rainbow International, experts in disaster recovery, and Sheffield based taxi, Read More →

Football tickets to ride for Doncaster leisure seekers

Football fans in Doncaster can now buy tickets to watch Rovers matches from the town’s most popular leisure and sports facilities. Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust (DCLT) venues will be selling tickets for Doncaster Rovers’ upcoming home fixtures, as Read More →

How and when to ‘lay-off’ or place employees on ‘short time’ working

This week Samira Ali of SCE Solicitors looks at laying people off work. In some industries work is seasonal and employees expect a short lay off and/or ‘short time’ working period per year to cater for this, most employees Read More →