Businesses have been warned to keep on top of their paperwork to avoid being named and shamed by the government as an example to others.
Only a third of employers plan to take on more apprentices because of a new levy aimed at boosting numbers – while some will cut their training budget to pay for it, a study shows.
The region’s biggest water companies have revealed plans to come together to tap into the talent of the future.
Technology’s place in the world of work was at the centre of a careers fair, which saw more than 500 students, job-seekers and want-to-be volunteers pass through the doors.
A marketing company has seen turnover treble in the year since its merged with another Norfolk business.
The National Living Wage, the apprenticeship levy and inflationary pressures are weighing heavily on firms, a major business group has warned the government in its Budget submission.
A £1.7m apprenticeship initiative has been has been hailed a success after helping nearly 100 school leavers into work.
Fears have been raised the government’s imminent apprenticeship levy might not give value for money for businesses and may encourage firms to invest in the wrong skills.
The struggling owner of Frankie & Benny’s and Garfunkel’s has said trading continues to be challenging and a shake-up of the business will only begin to bear fruit towards the end of the year.
JD Wetherspoon has warned that it will be stung by significantly higher costs in the second half of the year, adding that it expects sales to slow.
From “she only makes the tea” to “my accountant speaks a different language” – these are some of most bizarre excuses unscrupulous bosses have used to avoid paying their workers the National Minimum Wage.
The growth plans of a Norfolk-based abattoir have been given a helping hand thanks to a grant of nearly £37,000 from the Eastern Agri-Tech Growth Initiative.
In 2017 there will be plenty of law changes for employers to stay abreast of.
The best and brightest have been recognised at an awards ceremony to promote the role of women in East Anglia’s tech sector.
A new apprenticeship scheme aims to turn around the fortunes of young people – and at the same time help small businesses across Waveney.
A leading business in north Norfolk has revealed investment in its staff is one of the secrets to its success.
The past year will be remembered for economic uncertainty, but it was a good time for entrepreneurs, writes Barclays’ Simon Smith.
It’s cold, wet, and miserable, so no wonder this is the peak summer holiday booking period.
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