SKILLS shortages and recruitment challenges are creating deficiencies in the supply chain and hampering productivity, Milton Keynes businesses have told a city MP.
Professionals representing a wide range of sectors from across
VOLKSWAGEN'S involvement in this weekend’s Milton Keynes Pride Festival will be its first engagement in a UK-based Pride. The festival will also see the unveiling of the PRID.3 – a one-off, custom-designed
FORMER MP and government minister Jo Swinson is to head a research project into the impact of ‘flexible furlough’ on the attitude among employees to part-time working.
The ex-employment relations minister
BUSINESS, sustainability and digital entrepreneurs have backed a new campaign that highlights the skills and jobs predicted to be of vital importance to the growth of the UK economy.
Centring around the
APPRENTICESHIPS and Skills Minister Gillian Keegan has welcomed the opening of the South Central Institute of Technology at Bletchley, calling it “vital” for closing the region’s skills gap.
The minister stressed
A FLEDGLING retail business has received a massive boost and hundreds of new followers on social media after a retweet from retail entrepreneur Theo Paphitis.
Keisha Shah, owner of children’s education