Bevan Buckland LLP, Wales’ largest independent accountancy firm, which has its HQ in Swansea, has welcomed its next intake of graduates and school leavers to

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A worker in Wales with poor literacy would have to work an extra 18 months in their lifetime to earn the same as someone with

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The UK government is proposing to give all employees the right to request flexible working when they start new jobs. A consultation is to be

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Moneyworks Wales is a national collaboration of 10 credit unions working with 150 employers to improve levels of savings and access to affordable credit for

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