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EXCLUSIVE: 'Use traineeships to close skills gap'
If businesses want to do something about the skills gap they should “be proactive in developing a talent pool” and get behind Traineeships...read more ›
Budget 2014: Boost for energy sector jobs, SMEs and apprenticeship providers
Jobs in the energy sector, start-ups looking to hire and companies making plans to offer apprenticeships received a boost today with the release of the 2014 Budget...read more ›
National Apprenticeship Week: Virgin Media announce 120 apprenticeship places
Virgin Media is creating 120 new apprentice jobs for young people, it has been announced...read more ›
Virgin Media apprentices graduates into full time roles
Virgin Media will employ 116 young people from its apprenticeship programme this week to help meet the demand for superfast broadband and advanced digital entertainment services...read more ›
CBI reports good prospects for graduates and apprentices
More companies expect to hire staff next year according to the CBI employers’ group meaning there will be better prospects for graduates and apprentices looking for work...read more ›
Secret service recruiting school leaver spies
The UK secret services- MI5, MI6 and GCHQ- are recruiting up to 100 school leavers in a drive to train the spies of tomorrow...read more ›
PSI Global introduces apprenticeship scheme to plug skills gap
PSI Global, the vacuum technology manufacturer, is to introduce apprenticeship schemes in order to fill a skills gap in the North East...read more ›
Apprentices to face tougher academic tests
David Cameron is to unveil plans for a new generation of more academically challenging apprenticeships later today...read more ›
Starbucks begin training 350 apprentices
Starbucks has started training 350 apprentice baristas in the UK, the coffee company has announced...read more ›
BAE could cut 350 jobs
BAE Systems is to cut up to 350 jobs at its Barrow-in-Furness plant if the Indian Government does not commit to completing a £434million deal to buy its M777 Howitzer field guns...read more ›
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Diversity
Sexism still 'alive and kicking' in UK business
Sexism is “alive and kicking” in the UK according to the Director of equal opportunity awareness charity Opportunity Now...read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Starbucks moves HQ to London and creates 1,000 new jobs
Starbucks will move its European headquarters to London this year followed by the opening of 100 new stores...read more ›
Resourcing
Fake jobs scam at Luton Airport
Fake jobs listing at Luton Airport have been used to scam jobseekers out of hundreds of pounds, claims the Chair of SAFERjobs...read more ›
Resourcing
National Trust hires lamb to greet guests
A National Trust property has welcomed a new member of staff – a lamb that goes by the name of Terry...read more ›
Outplacement
Jobs more secure under CEOs expecting knighthoods
CEOs working while there is the possibility of getting a knighthood are less likely to cut staff to improve bottom lines, new research has found...read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Blind CVs harm recruitment process
The growing popularity of blind CVs has prompted experts to warn that it could hamper the recruitment process...read more ›
HR Management
Interviewing and selecting specialists outside your organisation’s core business can be difficult – yet every business needs such specialists, whether they are accountants, marketers or learning professionals...read more ›
Employee Relations
One in five UK employees fear losing their job in next six months
One in five UK employees fear losing their job in the next six months according to new research...read more ›
HR Management
Mozilla names interim CEO
Mozilla has named the former Chief Marketing Officer Chris Beard as its interim CEO, following the resignation of Brendan Eich...read more ›
Diversity
'Returnships' key to addressing female brain drain
Internships aimed at professionals who are re-starting their careers after a long break could be key to re-filling the “leaky talent pipeline” of women...read more ›