Expert advice on it being too hot to work

With the UK gripped by a heatwave and many workers returning to the office this week many employees may be wondering at what point it might become too hot to work. Office workers have certainly been left feeling hot under the collar – and that discomfort might be intensified by the fact they haven’t worn […]

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Travelodge looks to recruit 680 new staff

Travelodge is looking to create 680 new jobs across the UK as it expects ‘staycation season’ to be a busy one this year. The rules of travelling abroad have led a number of holidaymakers to seek breaks in the UK this year – and the chain is expecting a busy summer as a result. Travelodge […]

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Government’s loosening of Covid restrictions a ‘relief’ to Coventry businesses

Companies can now start to plan for the future, say business leaders in Coventry and Warwickshire who welcomed the Government’s guidance on the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions. In a news conference on Monday night, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he wouldn’t pre-empt whether the final lifting of restrictions would take place on July 19, but […]

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Businesses invited to frank talks with council about future of town centres

Businesses are being invited to join in frank talks with council leaders over the challenges they face and the future of Nuneaton and Bedworth town centres. A series of online sessions are being held for businesses to give their ideas, explain the challenges facing their sector and ask questions about the future of the borough. […]

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The Wave is on the lookout for new lifeguards

If anyone is looking for a summer job at one of the most exciting places in Coventry, they’re in luck – The Wave is hiring new lifeguards. They are looking for people with a recognised lifeguarding qualification to work at The Wave on a full time basis. Applicants will be required to work varying shift […]

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