Norfolk business news

David Newell, operations director at the Norse waste management site at Costessey. Photo: Bill Smith

Finishing touches made to Norse’s revamped Costessey recycling plant

An £8m revamp of a Norfolk waste plant hopes to kick start a recycling revolution across parts of the county.

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A Tesco trolley. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Should more senior managers go back to basics? Tesco chiefs are taking to shop floor

Thousands of head office and corporate staff at Tesco will be sent to work on the shop floor in the run-up to Christmas as part of an initiative by new boss Dave Lewis.

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Gill Buchanan, director of Pure Resourcing Solutions

Not enough Norfolk women securing senior management roles, study finds

Norfolk’s businesswomen are earning less than their male counterparts because they are not challenging for senior management positions, researchers behind a study have found.

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Pension regulator, Ian Digby, front, ready for the Smith & Pinching organised conference for businesses. With him from left, Paul Rayner, S&P associate director; Lisa Tuck, S&P financial adviser; and John Simpson, S&P financial services operations director. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Norfolk and Suffolk businesses urged to take pension action

Norfolk and Suffolk businesses must act now to understand the demands of the auto-enrolment pension scheme – or risk breaking the law.

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Matthew Fearn, at the time of his appointment at Greene King in 2011.

Bury St Edmunds: J D Wetherspoon FD Kirk Davis to succeed Matthew Fearn as Greene King CFO

Pubs and brewing group Greene King today confirmed that chief financial officer Matthew Fearn, who has been absent from work since February with a long-term illness, will not be returning to the role.

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