The association's committee member Victor Martec admitted the financial statements were wrong but blamed it on "funding that was put in the wrong date". He was unconstitutionally elected as interim chairman by the committee – a move heavily criticised by council. … [Read more...] about Avondale Business Association’s funding frozen after power struggle between members
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When I applied for a job at a content management system company, I used their platform to build an entire site on why I was the most suitable hire. When I applied to a consumer brand company, I created a 20-page deck with my ideas to improve their digital presence. I won’t sugarcoat the amount of effort that goes into making these types of collateral pieces—it takes time, but the results will give you much more success than an application ever would. … [Read more...] about Tired of filling out a never-ending list of job applications? Try this strategy to set you apart.
The package is meant to save £3.3bn in company expenditure from being passed on to customers between 2021 and 2026. Energy bills are expected to drop by £20 a household in 2021, though the long-term reduction in bills could drop to £10 a year depending on how much is spent on additional green energy projects over the next five years. … [Read more...] about Energy watchdog unveils £25bn green investment and plan to cut household bills
Electricals Working from home has resulted in an online sales boom for tech stores but some UK consumers have struggled with new laptops and desktop computers. Currys PC World is opening 131 stores with an initial focus on helping with tech queries. New signs will advise customers to ask staff for a demo rather than touching the tech in store themselves. The shops are also offering a free recycling service for old tech. … [Read more...] about How high street shops in England plan to trade from Monday
The team have to be fast-moving. Striding the floor of Poundstretcher’s Pontefract store, York points out how it has prepared for what looked set to be a warm and sunny weekend: “We’ve got gardening stuff outside, fans near the door, paddling pools in the first aisle. We are reactive to what customers want.” … [Read more...] about Poundstretcher: Christo Wiese’s cut-price British adventure