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Five minutes with: Julie Digby, VP People and Organisation at Mars
Julie Digby discusses why the best investment is one made in people... read more ›
Five minutes with: Mike Thompson, Head of Apprenticeships at Barclays
Mike Thompson talks about the challenges of taking on apprentices… read more ›
Graduate recruitment at Network Rail: 'Fishing in a finite pool of talent'
With a 'demographic time bomb' potentially creating a future skills shortage, Executive Grapevine spoke to Network Rail about the challenges they face when recruiting graduates or apprenticeships... read more ›
Top employers for apprentices revealed
In this year’s Budget, George Osborne promised to introduce an apprentice levy on all firms... read more ›
Apprenticeship hiring could be boosted by Ucas application points system
Finding an apprenticeship could be simplified if a Ucas-style admissions system is implemented, according to a new report... read more ›
George Osborne's apprentice pledge will fail 'if small IT businesses don't get involved'
The Government’s pledge to create three million apprenticeships is at risk of failing unless small IT businesses get involved more, an expert warns... read more ›
Barclays Director of Early Careers: 'Diversity and personality are key'
Last month, EY made the decision to remove academic qualifications from its application process for the 2016 programmes... read more ›
UK has too many over-qualified graduates
There are too many over-qualified graduates in the UK... read more ›
Apprentice pledge in danger warns expert
The unregulated British labour market will make it hard for George Osborne to fulfil his pledge to boost the number of apprenticeships to 5 million... read more ›
Employers struggle to hire school leavers as teachers focus on university studies
Four in five students say that they don’t get enough information from their teachers about alternatives to university studies, hampering employers that hope to hire school leavers... read more ›
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