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Coleg Morgannwg is offering four exciting commercial opportunities for new or existing SMEs (Small/Medium Enterprise), community or social enterprises to establish and run selected services within the new £40M Taf Ely Learning Campus (TELC) and create new businesses and jobs from Summer 2012.
The University of Wales, Newport has launched a new course as part of the Universities Heads of the Valleys Institute (UHOVI) that offers funding support for people who work or live in a convergence area of Wales.
Are you interested in developing your career? You may be interested in participating in Chwarae Teg's Agile Nation project?
Shelter Cymru is working with a number of organisations and umbrella bodies to bring our new web advice service (Advice Online) to both employers and staff as part of work based health and well being agendas.
The ‘Ultimate’ event promises to inspire, motivate and provide innovative solutions to business owners and key decision makers as they ride the bumpy road to economic recovery.
The IWA / Western Mail Business Awards in association with PwC has been launched to honour and acknowledged the very best in Welsh business.
We would like to invite you to the annual Golf Day of Pontypridd Football Club. The day will provide an opportunity to meet and networking with other like minded people, plus a chance to meet the Management Team and Players of Pontypridd Football Club
From 1 July 2011, under the Bribery Act 2010, your business may need to have a procedure in place to prevent acts of bribery.
Over 3,000,000 employees are working carers. Supporting the carers in your workforce makes sense
Rates relief for small businesses in Wales will be increased between 1 October 2010 and 30 September 2012.
A new and exciting project is being launched in the Merthyr and Rhondda Cynon Taff areas, which is designed to help you, as an employer in the local area, gain skills, qualifications and knowledge in IT related subjects. How is the project relevant to your business?
We recognise the positive links between work and health and provide a range of FREE services that act as a positive intervention to deal with workplace absenteeism and presenteeism.
A new application which will enable Welsh speakers to place and apply for jobs via their smart phone has been launched this week.
A PET memorial shop was officially opened by special guest Phil "The Power" Taylor. The 15-times world darts champion turned out at the Pet Memorial and Gift Shop in Severn Road, Treforest Industrial Estate, to support close friend and shop owner Dean Williams.
For local businesses this means we can offer an excellent pool of candidates from all degree disciplines to help with work based projects plus a financial subsidy towards the salary costs of employing somebody.
In recognition of the need for higher level skills in Wales and to create a direct link between SMEs and Universities, the Access to Masters (ATM) Programme was launched in March 2010.
It’s time for the South Wales Business Awards. It seems as if it was only a few weeks ago that we were celebrating the winners of 2010, on what was a great night for the South Wales Business Community.
Wellbeing through Work – Workplace Programmes is a new initiative funded by the European Social Fund that is delivered in partnership by Remploy and NHS Wales to support businesses and individuals across the convergence areas of Wales.
Businesswomen in Rhondda Cynon Taf have started an all-female networking group to help give the Valleys economy a boost.