Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Public Health Team is recruiting new workplace health champions in businesses across Bath and North East Somerset. The team have a limited number of places on a one day free accredited training for employees wishing to become health champions (worth up to £250 per place) on Monday 21st January 2019, alongisde free ongoing support.
Health champions are a great way to raise the profile of health and wellbeing in your business and to raise the profile of your business locally.
Bath-based MoveGB, app membership provider for 1000s of fitness activities, are on a mission to be the largest active community in the world – and the Bath-based firm is certainly heading on this trajectory, with 350,000 users and over 6,000 gyms and activity providers on thier network.
Bath Spa currently have a range of placement and opportunities available for local businesses to take advantage of. Placements and internships are valuable opportunities for both businesses and students to mutually benefit from a period of work experience involving a defined, short-term project for a set period of time.
Employers gain from a cost-effective, flexible solution to solve a specific resource issue, or undertake an additional project, and benefit from fresh ideas. It is a low-risk opportunity to ‘try out’ future graduate talent.
A new city centre gift card has been introduced in Bath.
Bath remains a popular destination for a perfect day out, combining high quality restaurants (Marco Pierre White and Pierre Koffman have just opened in the city) and wonderfully diverse shopping where famous names rub shoulders with niche independents. And of course, with the whole city set against a stunning 18th century architectural backdrop with some ancient Roman monuments to add interest, Bath provides an unbeatable cultural offer.
Bath-based software company Mayden has just moved from One Widcombe Crescent to new offices at The Old Dairy in Oldfield Park, Bath.
The move comes as a result of the company’s sustained growth from its inception in 2006 to a team of 68 people today, including developers, product experts, account managers, administrators and communications specialists.
Bath is proving that its independent tourism businesses working together are prepared to hold their own and promote a local experience of the city with the launch of StayinBath.org, a collaboration of local independent accommodation providers backed by the Bath Independent Guesthouse Association (BIGHA), and supported by many of the city’s independent retailers and eateries.