Wales At Work

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Nick Servini and guests discuss the voluntary sector, which employs more than 40,000 people in Wales but could end up becoming the victim of the squeeze on public finances.

Nick Servini and guests debate on how public sector cuts could hit the voluntary sector.

Join Nick Servini and guests for a lively discussion about work and business.

Are enough women going for the top jobs in Wales or does a 'glass ceiling' still exist? Nick Servini and guests debate the issues.

Are enough women going for the top jobs in Wales or does a 'glass ceiling' still exist?

Nick Servini chats to Anglesey born Nick Reilly, boss of Vauxhall Opel, about what drives him and what he thinks Wales can do to turn around its manufacturing industry.

Nick Servini chats to Anglesey born Nick Reilly, boss of Vauxhall Opel.

Join Nick Servini and guests for a lively discussion about the public sector.

Is it too big and time for a cut, or an essential part of the Welsh economy?

Discussion on the public sector.

Is it too big, or an essential part of the Welsh economy?

The latest GDP figures will reveal whether the UK is out of recession.

Nick Servini is joined by Welsh economists and business leaders to discuss the figures.

Servini is joined by Welsh economists and business leaders to discuss the GDP figures.

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land and Peacocks about his love of retail and his commitment to Wales.

Nick Servini chats to Chesterfield-born millionaire Richard Kirk.

Nick Servini reports from the Spotlight North Wales Business Conference in Llandudno.

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ompany to give more responsibility to their frontline workers.

Nick Servini follows business troubleshooter Dr Paul Thomas

Bosch is closing its Llantrisant factory, losing 900 jobs, so what now for car parts manufacturing in Wales?

With Bosch closing its Llantrisant factory, what now for car parts manufacturing in Wales?