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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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Enterprising students victorious in Wales-wide Coronavirus business challenge

ENTERPRISING students were victorious in a Wales-wide Coronavirus business challenge. Ellie Jones, Aoife Edwards, Haf Edwards, Gabby Ransome and Niamh Bennion – all learners at Coleg Cambria Yale in Wrexham – competed against eight colleges in the Skills Competition Wales Enterprise Challenge. Held online this year due to the pandemic, participants were asked to develop…

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Andy to take on epic charity challenge in memory of much-loved Dad who died of Coronavirus

A PROUD son whose father died of COVID-19 will take on an epic challenge to raise funds for a children’s hospice. Andy Hughes plans to run 188 miles from Flintshire to the Midlands and back in memory of his late dad Kevin, a champion of Hope House Hospice who passed away earlier this year after…

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Caring college staff receive ‘lockdown hero’ accolade for pandemic support

CARING lecturers and staff at Coleg Cambria received a Lockdown Hero accolade for supporting students through the Coronavirus pandemic. The Health and Social Care department at Cambria’s Yale site in Wrexham is among the finalists vying for a prestigious Pearson National Teaching Award. Nominated by Lowri Jarvis, 17, and fellow learners on the Level 3…

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Arwyn’s Garage continues to grow after coming to rescue of frontline workers

AN AWARD-WINNING garage which came to the rescue of frontline workers during the Coronavirus pandemic has experienced a surge in growth and customers. Arwyn Hughes launched Arwyn’s Garage (Garej Arwyn) in 2004 on the site of his Dad Gwyndaf’s former haulage business. It was just Arwyn, working out of a unit on Penygroes Industrial Estate…

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NHS ‘Help Us, Help You’ plea after North Wales hit by 30,000 non-essential 999 calls

EMERGENCY departments will remain under huge pressure if people continue to turn up at hospital or call an ambulance for non-essential reasons including coughs and colds. Jasleen Kaur, Head of Nursing for Emergency Care at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, says building external confidence in alternative NHS services is the long-term answer to the problem, ensuring the…

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Online conference aims to meet challenges facing Covid-hit public and private sectors

AN ONLINE conference will aim to meet economic challenges facing the public and private sector in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. Targeting frontline staff working in the fields of skills and employability – including Careers Wales, Working Wales and further and higher education representatives – the virtual event takes place from 9.30am on Thursday…

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More than half of students on debut college Business cohort achieve first class degrees

MORE than half of the students on a top business degree gained a first-class qualification. A staggering 56% of learners on the BSc Applied Business Management at Coleg Cambria’s Northop Business School – accredited by Swansea University – achieved the best marks possible. They are the first cohort to complete the full three-year degree, which…

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New partnerships and services unveiled by Supertemps after challenging year

A RECRUITMENT company marking its 40th anniversary forged key partnerships and unveiled new services during lockdown. Based in Colwyn Bay and Bangor, Supertemps has launched a suite of platforms to complement its award-winning temporary and permanent full recruitment offering. These include multi-channel job advertising and their ‘Recruiter Rescue’ service – where a qualified member of the…

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Coleg Cambria staff covered thousands of miles in lockdown exercise classes

COLEG Cambria staff covered thousands of miles and took part in a wide range of physical challenges during lockdown. Employees from across sites in Deeside, Northop, Llysfasi and Yale and Bersham Road in Wrexham participated in more than 125 virtual exercise classes while working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic. As part of the…

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