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Supertemps builds back from pandemic with new staff and surge in demand

A RECRUITER is building back from the pandemic and welcoming new staff to its award-winning team. Shannon Jones and Nicole Owen have joined Bangor and Colwyn Bay-based Supertemps as resourcers. The move comes after Candice Chartrand was unveiled as the driving force behind the group’s managerial and executive arm, S2 Recruitment. Shannon, from Old Colwyn,…

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Leading lawyer marks 30 years with Edward Hughes Solicitors

ONE of the most prominent solicitors in North Wales is celebrating 30 years with a long-standing law firm. David Jones has spent three decades with Rhyl and Colwyn Bay-based Edward Hughes Solicitors, which also marked a major anniversary recently – its 70th year in business. David, from Denbigh, has seen many changes – including major technological…

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Candice leads the way for S2 Recruitment as demand rises for high-flying candidates

AN AWARD-WINNING recruitment firm pivoted in the pandemic to meet demand for high-flying candidates. S2 Recruitment – part of the Colwyn Bay and Bangor-based Supertemps Group – is focused on filling positions in managerial and executive roles, with a particular vacancy rise in areas such as HR, business analytics, IT, and finance. Candice Chartrand is…

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Four North Wales high streets to benefit from £10,000 grants to fill empty shops

EMPTY premises in hard-hit North Wales high streets could soon be filled thanks to an innovative grant scheme. Up to £10,000 funding packages are available through the Welsh Government Town Centre Entrepreneurship Fund for entrepreneurs who are keen to open a business in Wrexham, Bangor, Rhyl, or Colwyn Bay. The Town Centre Miwtini start-up programme…

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New service to replace Conwy jobs project that supported hundreds of young people

AN INSPIRING employment and education project has supported hundreds of Conwy youngsters over the last three years. Launched in 2018, ADTRAC in Conwy has successfully helped 16-24 year olds across the county find or move towards jobs via bespoke mentoring, counselling, work experience, training and volunteering opportunities. Over 350 referrals were made to the project…

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Heart attack survivor backs charity campaign to fund £66k cardiac vehicle

CHRIS ROBERTS had flu symptoms and was poorly for days before suffering a heart attack six years ago. Had he sought assistance immediately, the dad-of-two may have avoided the scarring and blocked artery still with him to this day. In the end his life was saved by the incredible doctors at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in…

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Companies warned on blanket employment law policies by North Wales legal firm

COMPANIES must be wary of implementing a ‘no jab, no job’ policy and mindful of other employment law factors that have arisen during the COVID-19 pandemic. Edward Hughes Solicitors, based in Rhyl and Colwyn Bay, revealed they have been inundated with calls and emails from businesses unsure whether they can legally introduce a blanket rule…

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North Wales surge in demand for skilled IT and digital workers as pupil interest drops

DEMAND for IT and digital skills in North Wales has never been higher. A study by the Learning and Work Institute found that across the UK, one in four companies has a significant gap when it comes to basic computer skills. That, coupled with a 40% fall in school pupils taking ICT at GCSE level…

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Rise in conveyancing at Edward Hughes Solicitors as house prices soar in Wales

SOLICITORS have experienced an increase in conveyancing clients as the average Welsh house price rose above £200,000 for the first time. It came as the UK and Welsh Governments announced an extension to the stamp duty ‘holiday’ – known as Land Transaction Tax in Wales – until June 30 and plans for a new 5%…

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Family and friends increase in Will challenges reveals North Wales law firm

THE number of people making a will has increased dramatically since the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic. That in turn led to a rise in family members contesting ‘lockdown wills’ as thousands of people of all ages across the country – notably the clinically vulnerable – rushed to get their affairs in order. These factors,…

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