Welsh Government steps in to help small businesses affected by revaluation
Local Government Secretary has today announced plans for a new scheme to support small businesses affected by the revaluation of business properties.
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- Welsh Government steps in to help small businesses affected by revaluation
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An annual report presenting data on part and full time staff, qualifications and Welsh speakers.
- 22,562 staff were directly employed by social services departments, comprising just over 12,700 (56 per cent) part-time staff and just over 9,800 (44 per cent) full-time staff.
- There were 17,026 whole-time equivalent (WTE) directly employed staff at 31 March 2015.
- 12,484 (76 per cent) of relevant staff held a required or recommended qualification.
- 2,903 (14 per cent) of staff were Welsh speaking.
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