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Swanway celebrates unsung heroes

Family owned and run Swansway, an award-winning motor retail group, has a novel way of finding and acknowledging the contribution of team members who otherwise could fall into the category of being an unsung her

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Shortlist Revealed for enei Awards

enei is delighted to announce the shortlist for the enei Awards 2015. The Awards, which this year are hosted by the Law Society on 14 July, are enei’s opportunity to nationally recognise the commitment of organisations to achieving diverse and inclusive workplaces and celebrate the teams and individuals who are really making a difference.

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NAPF launches simple guide for securities fraud

The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) has this week published a new Made Simple Guide offering pension funds an introduction to the essential remedies and procedures available to pursue legal claims when affected by securities fraud.

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Hyperion selects Workday Human Capital Management to support growth

Workday, Inc a cloud applications organisation for finance and human resources, today announced that Hyperion Insurance Group Limited(Hyperion), an international insurance intermediary group, has selected Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) to support the business at a time of significant growth

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