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Council to publish 'uncomfortable' staff views

Council to publish 'uncomfortable' staff views

Kent County Council is preparing to face a "warts and all" assessment of the way it treats staff after thousands of workers shared their views.

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M&S seeks 150 staff for Christmas

M&S seeks 150 staff for Christmas

Department store Marks & Spencer is looking for 'moment makers' to serve customers in run-up to the big day.

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Gallagher Group confirms new CEO

Gallagher Group confirms new CEO

Company has revealed the identity of its new chief executive officer - taking over the reins this week.

Healthcare firm moves onto science park

Healthcare firm moves onto science park

Science park welcomes healthcare company as it moves in and plans to expand 'rapidly'.

Council's law firm appoints new CEO

Council's law firm appoints new CEO

County council's stand-alone law firm hires new CEO after last quit in April amid concerns of failing to generate expected revenues.

Green energy firm vows to challenge Big 6 as it moves onto park

Green energy firm vows to challenge Big 6 as it moves onto park

Energy company has opened new offices in the county with a view to its power coming from renewable sources.

Kent's dole queues rising

Kent's dole queues rising

More people in the county are claiming unemployment benefits, bucking a national trend.

Speaker line-up revealed for HR conference

Speaker line-up revealed for HR conference

Strong line-up at fourth annual conference devoted to the world of HR.

Call for college funding to be maintained to boost skills

Call for college funding to be maintained to boost skills

Business group has written to the Government calling on funding for further education to be a priority

Property firm recruits new consultant from local authority

Property firm recruits new consultant from local authority

After 10 years working for a local authority, a property expert has joined the consultancy team of leading firm.

Boy racers causing havoc on industrial estate

Boy racers causing havoc on industrial estate

Businesses say they are fed up with boy racers leaving a trail of rubbish and intimidating their staff.

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College launches academy to breed business success

College launches academy to breed business success

Academy launched by Dragons' Den star is now helping students at one of the county's leading colleges.

Law firm moves out of town centre site after 180 years

Law firm moves out of town centre site after 180 years

Legal firm to leave site it has occupied for nearly 180 years and move to nearby business park.

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'Ending the stigma around mental illness'

'Ending the stigma around mental illness'

Olympian Jack Green will join more than 100 business people for a conference focusing on mental health at work as part of World Mental Health Day.

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Funding boost creates 63 jobs across county

Funding boost creates 63 jobs across county

Funding programme has enabled SMEs to boost sales and create dozens of new jobs.

Reborn business club confirms next event after relaunch

Reborn business club confirms next event after relaunch

The networking group staged a successful return in September - now tickets are available for its next event.

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'You can’t magic up these people'

'You can’t magic up these people'

Care bosses say firms which look after elderly and vulnerable people will face a recruitment crisis if the government curbs immigration after Brexit.

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Charity secures major deal to deliver career services across south east

Charity secures major deal to deliver career services across south east

Three-year contract will see Kent firm extend its services to 44,000 adults to help them get into employment.

Apprenticeship scheme put in gear to help plug skills gap shortage

Apprenticeship scheme put in gear to help plug skills gap shortage

Construction giant hopes to put 36 apprenticeships a year through the scheme to train them to drive LGVs.

Employment law workshop to take place in October

Employment law workshop to take place in October

HR professionals and business managers are urged to attend event which takes place next month.

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