The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has highlighted the dangers of poor electrical safety following the conviction of a farmer for gross negligence manslaughter at Warwick Crown Court in December 2020. The warning comes after a woman died from electrocution while cooking food in a farm caravan.
I joined Jacksons back in 2019 as an apprentice business administrator and I have been lucky enough to be offered the role of paralegal once my apprenticeship is complete.
On the 30th March 2020, I wrote my 1st blog explaining why I decided to apply for an apprenticeship. Almost a year and a global pandemic later, I have completed my apprenticeship and have started level 3 in my AAT accountancy course.
HR Manager, Zoe Tweddle is talking about why going down the apprenticeship route to kick start your career, may be the right path for you.
I just Googled ‘stigma around apprenticeships’ and had to stop reading because it hurt both my head and my heart.
March is Mental Health Awareness month and we have invited mental fitness coach Polly Brennan, to write a blog on the subject. Polly teaches strategies to strengthen mental health and well being.
Whilst the UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020, the transition period resulted in very few practical changes last year. With the transition period ending on the 31 December 2020, new rules governing the UK’s relationship with the EU took effect.
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