A landlady who says her staff must be vaccinated has defended her stance after a former worker claims he felt pressured into having the jab.
The first cohort of apprentices to help deliver a multi-billion pound tunnel project between Kent and Essex have been chosen.
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A Halifax branch in Kent is set to close after Lloyds Banking Group announced a raft of closures across the country.
Three of the county's top female entrepreneurs have won recognition for their efforts.
After nearly 20,000 calls, a helpline to help firms get through the pandemic is to continue.
Bosses at one major business complex say they expect 45 new tenants to have signed up by the end of the year.
A two-day online event takes place next week - both for youngsters seeking a career and adults looking for a new challenge.
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The number of people claiming benefits has fallen once again this month as firms warn of a recruitment crisis.
Two open days will take place later this month aimed at attracting health professionals to one of the county's trusts.
Demonstrators are expected to gather tonight to protest plans to build thousands of new homes.
A new branch of supermarket chain Aldi will be opening its doors to its first-ever customers tomorrow morning.
Newly secured funding will be invested in ensuring Kent's colleges are delivering courses which fit the skills needs of local employers.
A work visa scheme should be extended to address an emerging jobs crisis in Kent's farming industry, say local groups.
The man driving a £2.5bn theme park project says it will be built as he unveils first firms to be appointed to work on it.
A major science park in the county is taking further steps to help boost the sector with a new tie-up.
KCC's economic director has suggested young people could help solve driver shortages faced by the haulage industry.
A leading business organisation warns of an 'autumn storm' of challenges to the county's small firms.
Employers are facing yet another challenge as the fuel crisis continues; getting staff into the workplace.
The online retailer is looking to hire hundreds of seasonal workers in Kent as part of a recruitment drive at its huge new £205m warehouse.
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