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National Apprenticeship Week: A fifth of under-18s believe apprenticeships are unpaid
Almost a fifth (18%) of under 18-year-olds believe that apprenticeships are unpaid work while six in 10  believe it will be difficult to find work when they leave more ›
National Apprenticeship Week: London Councils' project boosts apprenticeships
A project to tackle London’s youth unemployment has seen employers commit to create more than 600 apprenticeship opportunities in less than a year, it has been more ›
National Apprenticeship Week: Aon launch new scheme
Aon has teamed up with insurance partners to launch an apprenticeship more ›
“Apprentices are better informed than their managers”
Apprentices can be better informed than their more ›
Swordsmith offers rare apprenticeship opportunity
Macdonald Armouries which reproduces weapons for collectors, museums, theatre companies and historical fencers is advertising a unique opportunity as it begins the search for two new swordsmith more ›
Asda ramps up its graduate programme
  Asda is looking for graduates to join its graduate more ›
First Unity Trust Bank apprentices given full contracts
Unity Trust Bank has given its first ever apprentices full time contracts following a two year apprenticeship more ›
Over 1,000 apprentices battle to be apprentice team of the year
More than 1,000 apprentices will contest to be crowned apprentice team of the year in the 2014 Brathay Apprentice more ›
Apprentices rising to board level in 20% of companies
One in five employers currently have former apprentices working in board level more ›
BT helps create over 560 new IT apprenticeships for young people
  More than 560 new IT apprenticeships for young people have been created within 367 businesses across England over the last year, thanks to a partnership between BT, the National Skills Academy for IT and training provider, more ›
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Compensation & Benefits
Women working part-time earn less than living wage
Almost two-thirds of women working part-time in the West of England earn less than the living wage, a new study has more ›
Travis Perkins' 'Women's Community' aspires to inspire building industry
A Women’s Community launched by builders’ merchant, Travis Perkins Group is hoping to ‘build a workforce with a difference’ with the aim of inspiring more women to join and develop careers within the more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Job advertising sizeable salary is bumper blooper
“No wonder people love living in more ›
HR Management
A third of employees fear the boss calling on holiday
Dependant bosses are leaving 32% of UK employees worried about work calling them while they are on more ›
Learning & Development
Microsoft study claims bosses think typing speed 'crucial'
The rise of computers in the workplace means that a significant number of bosses think that typing is crucial to success – but less than half of Brits can hit the 50 words per minute (wpm) more ›
HR Management
Malaysia Airlines cuts 30% of workforce in recovery bid
After suffering two disasters this year Malaysia Airlines is to cut 6,000 staff as part of a plan to return to profitability by more ›
Mary Beard offers job reference to Twitter troll
Cambridge Classics Professor, Mary Beard has offered an olive branch to one of her Twitter trolls, by taking the unusual step of offering him a job more ›
HR Management
Typewriter sounds used to motivate The Times journalists
In attempt to increase energy levels and help reporters hit deadlines The Times has started playing typewriter sounds in the more ›
The challenges of F1 recruiting
Fast cars, global travel, iconic sporting venues, nail biting competition and the thrill of victory – who wouldn't want the opportunity to work as a Formula One engineer?  If you're not an avid fan of the sport, then it’s often easy to overlook the individual elements, processes and most importantly the people, it takes to build a successful race more ›
Top UK jobs are held by 'cosy club' elitists
Top roles within the UK’s key institutions are dominated by those who have been privately educated and as such, do not represent the public they serve; that’s according to the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission more ›