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Melin Tregwynt celebrates its 110th year by completing employee ownership deal

The Pembrokeshire-based Woollen mill has been in the same family since its foundation in 1912 Melin Tregwynt, the iconic woollen mill and shop, has officially transitioned to an Employee Ownership Trust after its current owners Eifion and Amanda Griffiths handed over the reins to 42 employees of the company. Melin Tregwynt was supported in its […]

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CIPD Wales shares Plans to tackle recruitment crisis by tapping into Wales’ hidden talent pool

With employers from all sectors across Wales facing a recruitment crisis, CIPD Wales has launched a first-of-its-kind campaign to help plug the shortfall by matching thousands of potential jobseekers with businesses. Wales’ jobless figure currently stands at a near record low of 3.1% and almost every sector is reporting staffing shortages as the country emerges […]

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After the Great Resignation, the Great Retirement? ONS data shows hybrid model could tempt four in ten back to work

Four in ten over 50s who left the workforce for good during the pandemic might be tempted back if they were offered flexible working, latest data from the Office for National Statistics suggests. Steve Butler, Punter Southall Aspire CEO and author of ‘Manage the Gap: Achieving success with intergenerational teams,  urges employers to value more […]

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Record breaking cohort secures best ever results for Welsh leadership programme

AN ACCLAIMED business and management qualification is celebrating its most successful cohort ever. More than 1,000 senior managers, owners, and directors from across Wales – and 10% of its 300 top firms – have graduated from the 20Twenty Business Growth Programme over the years. The latest group to complete the course – all based in […]

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