TCHC have recently published three new case studies, which can be found on our View Case Studies page and make for interesting reading:
TCHC Launches 'Marketing Monday' -One Day Crash Course for Small Business
Companies invited to the SmartLIFE Centre to gain access to skilled, pre-screen candidates
Companies across the region looking to take on extra staff are invited to join The Consultancy Home Counties (TCHC) no-charge event on Thursday 11 February from 9.00 a.m. until 11.30. The event, held at the SmartLife Centre at Cambridge Regional College on Kings Hedges Road in Cambridge, CB4 2QT will show local employers how motivated, skilled and committed employees can be recruited without paying any recruitment fees.
Category sponsored by TCHC, specialises in business and workforce development
Sponsoring the award for ‘Enterprising Challenge’ at this year’s coveted Enterprising Women Awards 2009 held at the Menzies Cambridge Hotel & Golf Club, TCHC, a company that specialises in business and workforce development solutions, was delighted to present the award to Julie Jones, founder of Changes Forever and MNC Developments.
If survivor syndrome kicks in, businesses will continue to struggle
With news of redundancies continuing to gain momentum, and jobs in the East of England being shed in large numbers, understandably public attention is on the number of redundancies and the people losing their jobs. Yet, according to TCHC, the impact on those remaining employees can also be traumatic and can often hinder a company’s ability to move forward and survive the difficult times ahead if not managed properly.