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How to hire talented specialists for your engineering or manufacturing business

There are some jobs in the engineering and manufacturing sector that make you feel like you are trying to hire a brain surgeon who can work with his hands tied behind his back while singing like Pavarotti in perfect pitch.

24/03/2017Read in full

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How can you prevent bullying in your workplace?

Sadly, bullying takes place in a wide range of businesses and industries. Sometimes the bully is aware they are not being nice and other times the bully will not realise what they are saying is hurting the feelings of other people.

24/03/2017Read in full

Extra date! Gas Chromatography GC-MS Sample Preparation (Thermal Desorption) training course

Due to popular demand, Anthias Consulting has added an additional Hands-on Thermal Desorption (TD) training course on 5th April 2017.

24/03/2017Read in full

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Transports of delight

Personal transport may be in for some revolutionary changes, predicts The Scientific Alliance.

24/03/2017Read in full

Daniel Zeichner MP to experience ‘Theatre of Plants’ at Cambridge Science Festival

Daniel Zeichner MP is to experience the "Theatre of Plants" at a visit to the Cambridge Science Festival this Saturday (25 March).

23/03/2017Read in full

Introducing the new Spring & Summer Dining Menu at Trinity Hall

Take a look at Trinity Hall's tempting new Spring & Summer Dining Menu

Trinity Hall is delighted to introduce its new Spring & Summer Dining Menu. Created by its talented chefs, the new menu showcases the best of this season’s produce with a particular focus on the provenance and sustainability of ingredients.

23/03/2017Read in full

Cambridge MP presses Government on post-Brexit data arrangements

Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner today asked a Government Minister what progress has been made on securing a data adequacy agreement with the EU.

23/03/2017Read in full

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It's not all white

Colourful homes are the new requirement, says Admiral Homespace.

23/03/2017Read in full

International experts discuss benefits of music therapy

Leading experts will meet in Cambridge tomorrow (Friday 24 March) to discuss the benefits of introducing music therapy in a range of health and social care environments.

23/03/2017Read in full

Council welcomes announcement of government funding for electric taxi charging points

Cambridge City Council has welcomed the news that Cambridge will be one of 10 cities in the UK to be given government funding to install new electric charging points for taxis.

23/03/2017Read in full

Flag lowered to half-mast after Westminster attack

The flag has been lowered to half-mast over the Guildhall in Cambridge as a mark of respect for the victims of the attack in Westminster.

23/03/2017Read in full

Cambridge & Counties Bank sees property lending balances grow to £588 million

Cambridge & Counties Bank saw its property lending balances grow by £167 million to £588 million in 2016, a rise of 41%.

23/03/2017Read in full

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Struggling to recruit information technology professionals?

Many Information Technology companies struggle with recruitment; either struggling to get any traction from job adverts or just finding all the wrong candidates for the IT role they are recruiting for.

23/03/2017Read in full

The benefits of using an open day for hospitality recruitment

The benefits of using an open day for hospitality recruitment

The benefit of an open day for hospitality recruitment is that you can take a whole day out of your diary instead of fixing interviews around work and work around interviews which makes work easier and more productive for you.

23/03/2017Read in full

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How to demonstrate your stance on anti-bribery

Bribery is something that is rife in the sporting world, more common in football but also seen in businesses too. This is why the Anti-Bribery Act 2010 is a very important part of HR and is also important for your business, says aspire cambridge.

23/03/2017Read in full

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Annual leave allows employees to work hard and play hard

We’ve all heard the sayings about working hard and playing hard, some of us may even have used it in a recruitment pitch when interviewing candidates for a role within your business. But how many of us really do work hard and play hard?

23/03/2017Read in full

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Stocks in Focus: Vodafone

This week Oliver Phillips of NW Brown looks at telecommunications giant, Vodafone, which has announced a deal to merge its Indian operations with local rival, Idea Cellular.

23/03/2017Read in full

State of the Nation 2017 : Digital Transformation

'City deals and devolution agreements must promote digital transformation of infrastructure'

City deals and devolution agreements must include investment in the digital transformation of local infrastructure, using digital technology and data to unlock regional productivity and improve resilience, according to a new report from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

23/03/2017Read in full

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Mayoral candidates questioned by pan-institutional audience

Mayoral candidates for the new Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority took questions from an audience of built environment professionals this week (Tuesday).

23/03/2017Read in full

Solar-powered skin opens new possibilities for prosthetics

A new way of harnessing the sun’s rays to power ‘synthetic skin’ could help to create advanced prosthetic limbs capable of returning the sense of touch to amputees.

23/03/2017Read in full

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