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Be extra vigilant after huge rise in cyber attacks says Credent Commercial Insurance

CREDENT Commercial Insurance has warned businesses to be extra vigilant after a huge rise in the number of cyber-attacks. New figures from internet service provider Beaming revealed UK companies were forced to repel a staggering 66 attacks per hour on average in 2019. And the Government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey last year showed just 11%…

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Law firm and hospice partnership grows following £2.5m redevelopment

THE partnership between a law firm and a beloved North Wales hospice has been further strengthened following a £2.5m building redevelopment. St Kentigern Hospice in St Asaph opened the doors to its new-look facility after months of improvement works by Bodelwyddan-based Wynne Construction. Among the guests at the unveiling was Shian Hughes from Edward Hughes…

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Business Four North Wales launches with successful event at award-winning venue

THE first of a series of free business events was held by four of the top companies in North Wales. Williams Denton Accountants, Edward Hughes Solicitors, Bowden Financial Planning, and Knox Commercial & Insolvency Solicitors hosted the inaugural Business Four North Wales Event at Porth Eirias restaurant in Colwyn Bay. Those in attendance were given…

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Supertemps on hand to support workers facing redundancy from plastics factory

A RECRUITER was on hand to support workers facing redundancy from a leading plastics business. Supertemps is confident they’ll be able to help employees from Marco Cable Management (MCM) in Llangefni find new jobs when the factory closes for the final time in the coming weeks. The company announced in October it would shut down…

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Supertemps warning for businesses ahead of UK wage increases this April

A NORTH WALES recruiter urged businesses to be prepared for increases to the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage. Colwyn Bay and Bangor-based Supertemps – celebrating its 40th anniversary – warned clients and companies across the country they could face “serious repercussions” if they are not compliant ahead of the changes on April 1….

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Supertemps to celebrate 40 years in style with free events across 2020

A RECRUITER celebrating four decades in business has big ideas for the year ahead. 2019 was a memorable one for the team at North Wales recruitment firm, Supertemps. The Colwyn Bay and Anglesey-based group, which unveiled a new Bangor office just weeks ago, has taken on new staff in past months and grown its presence…

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Supertemps goes from strength to strength with new starters in Bangor and the Bay

SUPERTEMPS continues to go from strength to strength. The North Wales recruitment agency has welcomed new starters at its offices in Bangor and Colwyn Bay. Candice Chartrand joins the team as a resourcer, while Ami Jones – who previously worked for the company’s IT, executive and engineering arm, S2 Recruitment – returns as a senior…

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Ben Jones qualifies as solicitor at top North Wales firm Edward Hughes

A SOLICITOR who was living Down Under is on top after qualifying as a solicitor. After successfully achieving a Law degree at Cardiff University, Ben Jones decided to reflect on his future and experience more of the world. What followed was a year in Australia, a spell as a tour guide in Bali and time…

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Coleg Cambria and Bryn Williams Academy unveil their first student

AN academy created by esteemed chef Bryn Williams and Coleg Cambria has unveiled its first student. Callum Jones, from Hawarden, has joined the prestigious Bryn Williams Academy. The 17-year-old, formerly a pupil at Connah’s Quay High School, is passionate about following in his Dad’s footsteps and becoming a trained chef. He will now study a…

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Supertemps boss says confusing job titles can harm recruitment process

CONFUSING and unfamiliar job titles can be a barrier between success and failure when attracting the best candidates.  Overly detailed advertisements, corporate jargon and lengthy descriptions mean would-be employees are often unsure what a job entails, let alone whether they fit the criteria. The issue also applies to the HR sector, with more and more…

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