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'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

16 September 2021

Just what will the impact be of the end of the furlough scheme when it wraps up later this month?


College seeks to fill vacancies with virtual careers event

College seeks to fill vacancies with virtual careers event

College seeks to fill vacancies with virtual careers event

11 April 2021

A college has arranged a virtual careers event to find its next generation of staff.


More than 1,000 pub chain apprenticeships began or finished during Covid-19

More than 1,000 pub chain apprenticeships began or finished during Covid-19

More than 1,000 pub chain apprenticeships began or finished during Covid-19

10 February 2021

Greene King has supported more than 1,000 apprentices since the onset of Covid-19.


Boohoo buys Debenhams brand for £55m, but stores will close permanently

Boohoo buys Debenhams brand for £55m, but stores will close permanently

Boohoo buys Debenhams brand for £55m, but stores will close permanently

25 January 2021

A buyer for Debenhams has stepped forward, however the retail chain's UK stores will close for good once the deal is complete.


Premier Inn owner axes 1,500 jobs as sales plummet during the pandemic

Premier Inn owner axes 1,500 jobs as sales plummet during the pandemic

Premier Inn owner axes 1,500 jobs as sales plummet during the pandemic

14 January 2021

Company confirms it has axed 1,500 jobs across its hotels and restaurants


Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

Thousands of jobs at risk as Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home enter administration

07 November 2020

Thousands of jobs are at risk after two brands run by the troubled Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group go into administration.


Job losses at well-known engineering company after coronavirus hits trade

Job losses at well-known engineering company after coronavirus hits trade

Job losses at well-known engineering company after coronavirus hits trade

14 October 2020

Job losses have been announced at a well-known specialist engineering company in a town after the coronavirus pandemic hit trade.


Jobs at risk as retailer with 13 Suffolk shops set to collapse

Jobs at risk as retailer with 13 Suffolk shops set to collapse

Jobs at risk as retailer with 13 Suffolk shops set to collapse

09 October 2020

Bosses wrote to staff saying lockdown had hit sales very badly.


Universal Credit claims continue to rise

Universal Credit claims continue to rise

Universal Credit claims continue to rise

28 September 2020

The number of people claiming Universal Credit has more than doubled between March and August.


'Work from home if you can'

'Work from home if you can'

'Work from home if you can'

22 September 2020

New government restrictions are set to see pubs, bars and restaurants close at 10pm daily while people are urged to work from home wherever possible.


Clothes retailer seeks zero rent at 68 of its shops

Clothes retailer seeks zero rent at 68 of its shops

Clothes retailer seeks zero rent at 68 of its shops

26 August 2020

A high street retailer has launched a major restructuring plan to save 11,200 jobs.


Looking for a job? So are lots of others according to Bury St Edmunds recruiters

Looking for a job? So are lots of others according to Bury St Edmunds recruiters

Looking for a job? So are lots of others according to Bury St Edmunds recruiters

03 August 2020

Job applications soar as claims for Universal Credit more than double.


Supermarket set to hire 38 new staff

Supermarket set to hire 38 new staff

Supermarket set to hire 38 new staff

29 July 2020

It forms expansion plans across the region.


Supermarket set to hire 38 new staff

Supermarket set to hire 38 new staff

Supermarket set to hire 38 new staff

29 July 2020

Seven vacancies have arisen in Bury St Edmunds.


Claims for Universal Credit more than double in Bury St Edmunds and surrounding areas during pandemic

Claims for Universal Credit more than double in Bury St Edmunds and surrounding areas during pandemic

Claims for Universal Credit more than double in Bury St Edmunds and surrounding areas during pandemic

29 July 2020

Recruiters reveal how they have been coping with job 'panic-buying' in this Friday's Bury Free Press.


Plan for how housing and employment could be shaped across Mid Suffolk takes a step forward

Plan for how housing and employment could be shaped across Mid Suffolk takes a step forward

Plan for how housing and employment could be shaped across Mid Suffolk takes a step forward

27 July 2020

Councils cite "challenging nature" of preparing a plan in light of changes to national policy and Covid-19.


Cinema recruiting ahead of new screen opening

Cinema recruiting ahead of new screen opening

Cinema recruiting ahead of new screen opening

15 July 2020

An independent cinema in Bury St Edmunds is looking to hire front of house staff.


Huawei plans approved in Sawston

Huawei plans approved in Sawston

Huawei plans approved in Sawston

25 June 2020

Controversial telecoms giant Huawei has been granted approval to build the first phase of its planned Cambridgeshire campus.


This is how many workers have been on furlough in your area

This is how many workers have been on furlough in your area

This is how many workers have been on furlough in your area

17 June 2020

The Government's Job Retention Scheme has provided grants covering up to 80 per cent of workers' wages, up to a maximum of £2,500 per month.


Work well underway on massive tomato greenhouse

Work well underway on massive tomato greenhouse

Work well underway on massive tomato greenhouse

26 May 2020

Construction of a tomato greenhouse which will be bigger than the O2 arena is well underway.


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