Recruitment

QA calls for radical overhaul of apprenticeships to boost social mobility

Apprenticeships minimum wage of as little as £3.90 an hour should be scrapped to turbo charge social mobility and support high tech growth.

Big Four accounting firms pledge to support The Valuable 500

The Big Four professional services organisations latest to join forces on business disability inclusion in support of The Valuable 500.

Disabled knowledge workers limited by outdated workplace technology

Six in ten disabled knowledge workers say their organisation “talks a good game about diversity without really acting.

The importance of generational diversity

There is another dimension of diversity that enterprises need to have on their agenda: generational diversity.

Acceptance without exception – How Michael Page is approaching inclusion internally

Michael Page is taking steps to make Diversity and Inclusion a top priority within their business, while also addressing where they need to improve.

How to encourage more girls to choose a career in STEM careers

There may not be a clear difference between female and male careers, but society certainly believes that some roles are more suited to girls and others to boys. But what happens when a girl wants to shed the stereotype and pursue a career in STEM?

Job Interview techniques that put a damper on dream careers

UK workers share the unusual job interviews standing between them and their dream careers, The Adecco Group UK&I research finds.

Stigma around regional accents is hindering social mobility in the UK

Is being on the board unobtainable for working-class Brits? 55% of the UK report a stigma around regional accents, with London ranked the worst.

How to promote more diversity in your recruitment process

Peter Linas is the EVP of Corporate Development & International at Bullhorn takes the strain out of the diversity recruitment process.

Female employment rate hits an all-time high in the UK

More women in jobs than ever according to new female employment figures.