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Swindon Mindful Employer Network to relaunch as workplace mental health crisis deepens

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Swindon Mindful Employer Network to relaunch as workplace mental health crisis deepens

Swindon Mindful Employer Network is to relaunch in the face of a mental health crisis, with one-in-four workers in the UK expected to experience a mental health problem this year.

Mental health is linked to a variety of workplace issues including absenteeism, increased staff turnover and poor performance, and poses

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Swindon law firm wins High Court battle over Highworth ballot count mistake

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Swindon law firm wins High Court battle over Highworth ballot count mistake

An election result which saw the wrong person elected as a councillor has been overturned by the High Court, after Swindon-based law firm Francis George Solicitor-Advocate lodged for an electoral petition on behalf of independent candidate Ken Smith.

Highworth has less than 7,000 registered voters, but it appeared that more

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Not-for-profit businesses to hold first annual conference

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Not-for-profit businesses to hold first annual conference

An association of not-for-profit businesses will hold its inaugural conference in Swindon next month.

Swindon Social Enterprise Network is a community voluntary organisation that seeks to assist new and existing social enterprises, help charities to monetarise, and help private companies assess their social and environmental impact.

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New survey shows potential impact of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit on UK business investment and recruitment

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New survey shows potential impact of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit on UK business investment and recruitment

New research from the British Chambers of Commerce suggests business investment and recruitment could plummet, and some business may even relocate if the UK leaving the EU without a deal on October 31.

A survey of nearly 1,600 companies, covering of all sizes and sectors of business, across the UK,

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