For the past few years, there’s been a lot of talk about the changing nature of work. More people are no longer as focused on following a linear career path where the sole intent is to move up the ladder in a specific field.
More and more fathers are missing out on paternity pay because they are self employed, new figures from the TUC suggest.
Paul Avis, Marketing Director at Canada Life Group Insurance explores the potential for growth in the group risk market
Two in five workers in the UK claim that they have experienced workplace bias in relation to their age, a disability, their social background or their sexuality.
New International Labour Organisation report shows closing gender gaps at work by 25 per cent by 2025 could add US$ 5.8 trillion to the global economy and boost tax revenue.
Judith will be contributing to the panel at our early careers summit this July where she will be discussing how educational institutions are evolving to ensure students are work-ready. Hear more about the National Governance Association here.
Alex Gnyla, a young entrepreneur in the first stages of his career, speaks of his experiences as a recent graduate starting up a new business, looking to get University students involved in his venture
Hilton Worldwide are aiming to create one million opportunities for young people in the next threeyears. Ben Bengougam talks about the measures put in place to achieve this.
Research has shown that the issues of culture and engagement are top priority for organisations looking to integrate globally dispersed or virtual teams.
Fiona Miller discusses IGD’s Feeding Britain’s Future careers initiative, which brings food and grocery industry professionals into schools to inspire and educate students about the world of work.
What are the pros and cons of being an employer provider and what are the important issues for earlytalent professionals in this space? Edwina McQueen, Director of Apprentices at City & Guilds discusses.
The ex Apprenticeships Minister Robert Halfon was asked to leave by the PM and revealed she did not give a reason for her decision, adding: “The Prime Minister has to make these decisions, I wasn’t really given a reason”.
Bond Dickinson have worked with schools and parents alike to educate and engage with them aboutapprenticeships as a valuable route to employee. Here Sam Lee discusses the measurements currently in place.
There are many documented ways to support early career development: apprenticeship, internship and learning and development programmes are some of the most popular options for employers.
Jeff Lovejoy, UK and Ireland Recruitment Manager at FDM Group, who is speaking at the forthcomingEarly Career and Development Summit 2017, discusses how FDM embeds diversity and inclusion in its career programmes and organisation.