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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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Rachael is top of the class after achieving top mark in national examination

A LAW worker has won an illustrious prize after achieving the highest mark in a rigorous legal examination. Rachael Goodwin, accounts manager and data protection officer at QualitySolicitors Edward Hughes, will receive the Wilfred Owen Award from the Institute of Legal Finance and Management (ILFM) after passing the Associate level Legal Practice Management exam with…

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UK Leisure Living celebrates fourth birthday with super sales boost

A LEADING leisure firm is celebrating its anniversary with record profits and plans for national expansion. And it is double delight for UK Leisure Living boss Gareth Jones, who was this week announced as a finalist in the Businessperson of the Year category at the prestigious SME Business Awards. The North Wales company has grown…

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Colwyn BID unveils future plans to boost the Bay of Colwyn economy

A BUSINESS enterprise has leveraged almost £2million of investment for the Bay of Colwyn and funded events attracting more than 100,000 visitors since being formed three years ago. And Colwyn BID (Business Improvement District) has unveiled plans for more projects to support communities and companies in Rhos-on-Sea, Mochdre, Colwyn Bay and Old Colwyn over the…

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New-look management team at Supertemps recruitment company

A LEADING recruitment company is entering its 40th year with a new look and renewed vision. Following a revamp of executive division S2 Recruitment and its Bangor office, Supertemps is exploring fresh territories and strengthening its links with industry. Among the changes is the appointment of Victoria Lycett as business manager at the firm’s Colwyn…

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Colwyn BID the driving force behind new Wales Rally GB stage

A SOCIAL enterprise is the driving force behind a sensational new stage at this year’s FIA World Rally Championship (WRC). And Colwyn BID (Business Improvement District) leaders are confident it will have a positive impact on the coastal economy, bringing thousands of visitors to the resort and raising its profile across the UK and internationally….

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Rhyl solicitor warns number of people without a Will at all-time high

A SOLICITOR has encouraged people to make a Will after figures revealed the number of adults without one in the UK is at an all-time high. According to research, the percentage of adults at risk of dying without a valid Will in place is around 60%, even more than the previous peak in 2011. Shian…

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