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Jackson Square’s female workers speak out for equality on International Women’s Day

Jackson Square’s female workers speak out for equality on International Women’s Day

Jackson Square’s female workers speak out for equality on International Women’s Day

08 March 2024

Each year, the global event focuses on issues including reproductive rights, violence and abuse against women and equality.


Council to avoid compulsory redundancies as it contemplates cutting 400 jobs

Council to avoid compulsory redundancies as it contemplates cutting 400 jobs

Council to avoid compulsory redundancies as it contemplates cutting 400 jobs

29 February 2024

Consultants have been brought in to look at staffing, processes and use of technology at Hertfordshire County Council.


Stansted Airport jobs fair offers bags of opportunities and chance to land a role

Stansted Airport jobs fair offers bags of opportunities and chance to land a role

Stansted Airport jobs fair offers bags of opportunities and chance to land a role

28 February 2024

Almost 50 companies including MAG Stansted, Ryanair, Titan Airways, Harrods Aviation, World Duty Free and Border Force will attend event on March 7.


Herts County Council to employ headhunters to help find new chief executive

Herts County Council to employ headhunters to help find new chief executive

Herts County Council to employ headhunters to help find new chief executive

27 February 2024

Councillors heard that the council’s top job would be advertised with a salary of £187,623 to £207,751.


Bishop’s Stortford High School’s careers forum is a class act

Bishop’s Stortford High School’s careers forum is a class act

Bishop’s Stortford High School’s careers forum is a class act

07 November 2023

More than 60 educators and employers took part in the London Road secondary school’s 10th biennial careers forum – the last in its current campus.


Council struggles to fill hundreds of roles in children’s services

Council struggles to fill hundreds of roles in children’s services

Council struggles to fill hundreds of roles in children’s services

07 November 2023

According to the latest available data from Herts County Council, at the end of June there were 323 jobs on offer.


Wilko staff secure jobs at Bishop’s Stortford’s new Poundland store

Wilko staff secure jobs at Bishop’s Stortford’s new Poundland store

Wilko staff secure jobs at Bishop’s Stortford’s new Poundland store

19 October 2023

Familiar faces will be behind the tills when discount chain Poundland opens in Bishop’s Stortford on Saturday (October 21)


Countdown to opening of new Poundland store for Bishop’s Stortford

Countdown to opening of new Poundland store for Bishop’s Stortford

Countdown to opening of new Poundland store for Bishop’s Stortford

17 October 2023

A Poundland will open in the former Wilko branch in Jackson Square on Saturday (October 21).


‘Hertfordshire firefighters are quitting to become train drivers’

‘Hertfordshire firefighters are quitting to become train drivers’

‘Hertfordshire firefighters are quitting to become train drivers’

16 October 2023

The trend has been highlighted by Herts County Council’s chief fire officer Alex Woodman.


Employment fair is just the job as over 1,000 flock to Stansted Airport

Employment fair is just the job as over 1,000 flock to Stansted Airport

Employment fair is just the job as over 1,000 flock to Stansted Airport

11 October 2023

They were vying for more than 500 roles on offer at the Uttlesford hub ahead of the busy winter season.


Bishop’s Stortford ‘lollipop man’ Tony marks 70th milestone for Herts

Bishop’s Stortford ‘lollipop man’ Tony marks 70th milestone for Herts

Bishop’s Stortford ‘lollipop man’ Tony marks 70th milestone for Herts

02 October 2023

It is 70 years since Herts County Council introduced school crossing patrols – and Tony Claxton loves his job at Northgate Primary.


See your career take off at Stansted Airport jobs fair

See your career take off at Stansted Airport jobs fair

See your career take off at Stansted Airport jobs fair

02 October 2023

More than 500 jobs will be on offer in areas such as flight crew, baggage handling, security, retail and hospitality at the October 10 event.


‘Your kind words have meant the world to us’ – Wilko announces closure date

‘Your kind words have meant the world to us’ – Wilko announces closure date

‘Your kind words have meant the world to us’ – Wilko announces closure date

22 September 2023

The Jackson Square outlet, which opened in May 2007, will shut for good on Thursday October 5 with the loss of around 25 jobs.


Redundancies resume as rescue plan for Wilko misses deadline

Redundancies resume as rescue plan for Wilko misses deadline

Redundancies resume as rescue plan for Wilko misses deadline

31 August 2023

A potential bidder, the only one who planned to protect all 12,500 employees and 400 sites, missed a deadline set by administrator PwC.


Union claims airport taxi operator is driving cabbies to despair with 45.5% cut

Union claims airport taxi operator is driving cabbies to despair with 45.5% cut

Union claims airport taxi operator is driving cabbies to despair with 45.5% cut

08 August 2023

The GMB says StreetCars, the official taxi operator at the hub, has effectively cut workers’ wages by raising its commission from 40% to 45.5%.


Isabel Hospice calls for more volunteers at its Stortford charity shop

Isabel Hospice calls for more volunteers at its Stortford charity shop

Isabel Hospice calls for more volunteers at its Stortford charity shop

08 August 2023

The East Herts charity is experiencing a shortage of staff, precipitated by the Covid-19 pandemic and, more recently, the cost-of-living crisis.


Wilko branch and jobs in Bishop’s Stortford on the line

Wilko branch and jobs in Bishop’s Stortford on the line

Wilko branch and jobs in Bishop’s Stortford on the line

03 August 2023

Wilko is reported to be at risk of collapse, with hundreds of shops and thousands of jobs on the line.


Anger as Weston Homes axes six apprentices in cost-cutting move

Anger as Weston Homes axes six apprentices in cost-cutting move

Anger as Weston Homes axes six apprentices in cost-cutting move

13 July 2023

Angry parents hit out at Takeley-based housebuilder for leaving degree-course trainees “heartbroken, destroyed and very confused”.


St Clare urges supporters to remember a nurse who made a difference to them

St Clare urges supporters to remember a nurse who made a difference to them

St Clare urges supporters to remember a nurse who made a difference to them

12 May 2023

International Nurses’ Day is celebrated every year on May 12, the anniversary of the birth of the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale.


Herts fails to hit its target for adults with a learning disability in paid work

Herts fails to hit its target for adults with a learning disability in paid work

Herts fails to hit its target for adults with a learning disability in paid work

14 April 2023

Just 189 (6.4%) out of 2,960 adults with a learning disability are reported to be in paid employment against county council's target of 8%.


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