Delight at Job Show’s awards nomination
Business is short-listed for third year in a row
A growing Peterborough business has been short-listed for a national award - for the third year running. The Job Show and The Job ShowTVhavebeennominated for the 2016 Lloyds Bank National Business Awardsfor thepositive social impactcategory.
Co- founders Caroline Connaughton and Victoria Clarke said: “We feel privileged and proud to be chosen as finalists three years in a row.
“The positive social impact awardhighlights a range of social impact initiatives that can bring to life a com- munity and make a difference.
“To be aligned with so many worthy finalists and awarding us again this recognition will no doubt give us even more determination to go from strength-tostrength.”
In three years, The Job Show has put on 35 shows nationwide at Premiership football clubs and has just launched The Job Show TV - a one hour recruitment and careers programmeonPeterborough-based Ideal World Shopping Channel. . Claims for clinical negligence can be brought against any person who provides clinical services so that would include an optician, dentist, cosmetic surgeon or indeed anyone providing health services.
In this case an optometrist failed to deal with a significant build-up of fluid in the eye. Sadly it was found that the optometrist failed to refer on the youngster to a specialist. It was held that any competent optometrist would have spotted the problemandwouldhavegoneonto refer the young boy to a brain specialist. It was held by the Courts that prompt action would have saved the youngster’s life.
Clinical negligence cases tend to be very complex with a detailed understanding of medicine and the law required, clients are often desperate to get to thetruthabout what happened and why.
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HONOUR: From left, Caroline Connaughton and Victoria Clarke.