Careers advice

Employment regs: what happened to the ones that got away?

Keeping on top of employment law developments can feel like a full-time job for HR professionals, but that’s just the...

Why applying for business awards is worth the effort

2 Feb 2018

PROMOTED|If only there were 25 hours in a day. Faced with competing priorities and with resources often stretched, applying for an award is rarely at the top of any business owner’s agenda – too often we simply don’t have enough time.

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New careers advice strategy unveiled by Government

4 Dec 2017

The Government has promised that every school and college in the country will have a dedicated careers leader in place...

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A third of black employees feel discrimination blocks progress

4 Dec 2017

Almost a third of black employees believe their careers have been hampered by discrimination, according to new research from the...

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Careers advice and lifelong learning feature in Government’s industrial strategy

24 Jan 2017

The Government yesterday outlined its plans to bolster Britain’s productivity through a new industrial strategy.
In a green paper, Prime...

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MPs: Skills gap exacerbated by “inadequate” careers advice

5 Jul 2016

“Patchy” and inadequate career advice resulting from Government policy is worsening the skills gap in the jobs market and damaging...

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How to manage career FOMO: fear of missing out

14 Dec 2015

Workplaces are changing, but we need to address our attitudes towards traditional career development. The CIPD’s Claire McCartney looks at...

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How can we get more women into technology careers?

20 Apr 2015

Last week, Monster launched a new initiative to create a better pipeline of women in technology.
Girls are put off...

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Report highlights plight of NEET young women

1 Sep 2014

Young women are more likely to be not in education, employment or training (NEET) than their male peers and more...

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