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New Cabinet Office jobs in York open for applicants
A RECRUITMENT drive for new Cabinet Office jobs in York is starting in earnest this week.
NEYEDC in York uses drone technology to map Escrick wildlife project
A CENTRE which supports conservation and sustainable development is using drone mapping technology to assess a major nature recovery project near York.
New café bar opens in York at Hampton by Hilton hotel
A NEW hotel café bar has opened in York.
Jobless rate drops and payroll workers rise as lockdown lifts
Workers on payrolls surged for the fifth month in a row in April as Britain’s economy began to spring back to life thanks to easing lockdown restrictions, official figures have shown.
Torque Law joins Employer’s Initiative on Domestic Abuse
A YORK employment law firm has joined a business network which works with employers to tackle domestic abuse.
Michelin-starred chef Tommy Banks launches BBQ boxes
A RENOWNED North Yorkshire chef has today launched a BBQ Box available nationwide every Friday throughout the summer.
The Grand, York, reopens with Nicolas de Visch as executive chef
YORK’s most prestigious hotel is embarking on an ‘exciting chapter’ as it relaunches with a new executive chef bringing 30 years of culinary excellence.
York's Hudson Quarter with £1.2m apartments is complete
A LANDMARK development which has created 127 apartments and offices in the heart of York is now complete.
Hoteliers in York warn of a 'digital timebomb' as indoor hospitality reopens
HOTELIERS in York are celebrating the return of indoor hospitality with a heartfelt plea for guests to avoid last-minute cancellations.
Middlethorpe Hall (literally) shouts from the roof about relaunch
A POPULAR hotel in York which is throwing open its doors today after months of closure has been shouting the news from its rooftop - literally.
- Having just passed our third anniversary, we are delighted to welcome two new apprentices to the firm.
- From 6 April 2021, the statutory cap to weekly pay in calculating redundancy rights increases from £538 to £544.
- We can now offer a new service. Following Emily's qualification as a Chartered Legal Executive we can now offer oaths, affirmations, statutory declarations and certified copies. Find out more.
- We are incrediby proud of Emily. Find out why.
- Sadlers doubles in size with the acquisition of Auker Rhodes Accounting.
- We have a new team member. Go to our who we are section to find out who.
- The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 became law on 25 June 2020.
- The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill is tabled. We stay on top of developments.
- Redundancy pay limits rise again. We have a guide to employees' rights in an insolvency.
- Covid-19. Our response and commitment.
- Entrepeneurs' Relief lifetime limit falls. We have immediately updated our guide to MVLs.
- Our infographic. Take a look at what we do and don't do.
- The "cheap liquidation" myth. Our competitors often talk about the pros and cons of liquidations, but sometimes don't get it quite right.
- A company can Purchase its own Shares. We explain why an MVL is usually more appropriate.
- Working mens' clubs continue to close. We can help.
- It's our birthday. An update on how we work and and a big thank you to our supporters.
- Redundancy pay limits rise. We have a guide to employees' rights in an insolvency.
- Preferential status may be given to HMRC. Learn what it is and how it may impact your business.
- Section 216 of the Insolvency Act 1986 has been clarified. Learn what it is and how it may impact you if you are starting again after a business failure.
- The 2019 Loan Charge is looming. Learn what it is and how it may impact you.
- Sadlers launches two new agricultural service lines. We have helped many rural businesses in the past and want to help more.
- Follow the World Cup 2018 with Sadlers. We hope you enjoy our interactive wallchart.
- Sadlers launches news feed. Bookmark this page and keep up to date with all of our news, plus local and national business stories.
- Sadlers is born. For us, there is only one news story. It's been a long time coming.
Amazon in talks to buy MGM Studios for $9bn - reports
The deal would give the e-commerce giant's streaming service a vast library of content.
Don't holiday in amber list countries - Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson says not to go but some travel firms are refusing refunds for those destinations.
Superyacht sales surge as wealthy seek Covid escape
The charity Oxfam says the millions spent on superyachts could instead vaccinate entire countries.
Firms 'lose trillions' by ignoring disabled consumers
Group promoting disability inclusion in business says firms should target disabled people's spending.
UK farmers sound alarm over Australia trade talks
Labour accuse the government of a "sell-out" amid reports of a Cabinet rift over free trade deal.
Post Office scandal inquiry to be bolstered
The move by the government will mean witnesses could be compelled to give evidence and hand over documents.
Amazon investigated by German anti-trust watchdog
New German laws mean the regulator can take faster action to prohibit any anti-competitive behaviour.
Walmart: Customers want to get out and shop, says boss
The world's largest retailer says it is getting more optimistic as US sales grow faster than expected.
Holiday firms refuse refunds for amber destinations
Travellers who booked ahead for 2021 or had holidays moved are finding they cannot claim money back.
Eurostar secures £250m rescue package
The cross-Channel rail operator has been fighting for survival during the pandemic as demand slumped.