Starting our weekly round ups of company and industry news this week with the news with a piece of Bristol based construction news. The Bristol Old Vic Theatre is planning to redevelop it King Street building, creating a new entrance and building a studio theatre and events space within the listed Coopers Hall. The contract is expected to be worth between £7m and £8m.
The big news of the week was the announcement of the increase in the national minimum wage by 19p to £6.50. The rate for 18 to 20-year-olds will go up by 10p to £5.13 an hour, a 2% increase, the rate for those aged 16 and 17 will rise by 7p to £3.79, also a 2% rise and Apprentices will earn an extra 5p an hour, taking their wages to at least £2.73. via BBC news
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Brian Sanders, Domestic Energy Manager,
Jim Dawkins, Commercial Director,
James O’Loughlin, Recruitment Manager,
Alan McGillivray, HR Director,
Ian Watson, Group Supply Chain Director,
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Nicola Docherty, HR Manager,
Lucas Critchley, Regional Director,
Rod Sutherland, Operational Manager,
Tim Carpenter, Managing Director,
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