De­light at Job Show’s awards nom­i­na­tion

Busi­ness is short-listed for third year in a row

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Business - By Paul Grin­nell paul.grin­ Twit­ter: @PTPaulGrin­nell

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.

Sean Row­cliffe of­fers ex­pert le­gal ad­vice in cases of clin­i­cal neg­li­gence, call 01733 295 638 or email sean.row­cliffe@he­

HON­OUR: From left, Caro­line Con­naughton and Vic­to­ria Clarke.

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