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'Get In, Go Far' gives apprentices the respect they deserve
A new Government campaign aims to give apprenticeships the credit they deserve – by placing them on equal footing with university degrees...read more ›
Apprenticeships better value for taxpayer than degrees
Apprenticeships generate more revenue for the taxpayer than university degrees, according to a new study...read more ›
Employers 'should do more' to get young people into work
  More than two fifths of employers feel it is their responsibility to help young people who are struggling to find work to improve their career prospects...read more ›
Apprenticeship Boost on Scotland's Largest Job Site
Scotland’s largest job site, s1jobs, will feature high volumes of apprentice vacancies for the first time...read more ›
DHL scheme to provide 'managers of the future'
The launch of a DHL Supply Chain’s nationwide apprenticeship scheme is a project close to the heart of one of its main backers...read more ›
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 ›
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Offices plants make staff happier and 15% more productive, according to a new study The international research led by Alex Haslam of University of Queensland’s School of Psychology found that those that see workplace greenery as a waste of money may want to reassess their view...read more ›
Diversity
KPMG claim new appointments break glass ceiling
Consultancy giant KPMG has improved its gender balance at senior levels with the announcement of 52 new partners...read more ›
Diversity
Radio Times power list: British women 'dominating' broadcasting
The recent choice to appoint Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman as hosts of Strictly Come Dancing caused quite a flurry of interest; such is the rarity of having an all-woman presenting team...read more ›
Learning & Development
Coding in schools welcomed by IT recruiter
A major overhaul of the British education system will see children aged five to 16 being taught computer coding...read more ›
Resourcing
BP hopes to discover future leaders
BP has today launched a new programme in the hope of finding the company’s next generation of leaders...read more ›
HR Management
Our brains are masters at ‘filling in the blanks’...read more ›
Recruitment Campaigns
Universities face grad employment rate exaggeration claims
Universities could be exaggerating the employment rate of graduates by funding paid internships it has been reported...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Half of parents struggling with childcare consider leaving job
Adequate childcare that fits around the working day is a familiar problem for many working families with children of primary school age that often requires a schedule worked out to military precision...read more ›
Resourcing
Top 10 jobs parents want for their children
Almost half of parents hope for their children to become doctors one day, a new study has found...read more ›
Compensation & Benefits
Young women damage career by applying for low paid jobs
A new report claims that many women are damaging their career prospects by applying for oversubscribed and often poorly paid jobs in industries, such as hair and beauty...read more ›