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It's time for Eight National Youth Organisation to Tackle Diversity, Together

GetMyFirstJob, National Citizen Service, The Sutton Trust, The MOBO Trust, The Living Wage Foundation, UK Youth, The Big Youth Group and Movement to Work – representing a community of over three million young people from diverse backgrounds – are teaming up this summer. The campaign, everyone.work, will connect young people from diverse backgrounds to inclusive employers, apprenticeship, traineeship and work experience opportunities.

NAW '18 Summarised 

 

The Importance of Diverse Apprentices to UK Organisations

Apprenticeships, like other important talent initiatives, should be aligned to corporate strategy and accountable to the same business metrics as other people-related programmes.

A year on from the Levy, what are the implications?

 A year on from the Levy, what are the implications for apprenticeship recruitment?

How to make employment assessment enjoyable - use a challenging gaming app!

Providing direction based on attributes, advising candidates on suited industries and roles.

The Customer Support Managers At A Glance

The TalentPortal, are specialists in candidate recruitment, get to know the Customer Service Managers who work with colleges, employers and providers using our system daily. 

GetMyFirstJob – Our Social Mission

One thing you may not know about GetMyFirstJob & the TalentPortal is that we're a Social Enterprise. You may think, what does this actually mean? We'll explain it to you.

People-Fit – Our New Employability Tool for Candidates

The TalentPortal, specialists in candidate recruitment, and now with an added candidate profiling tool.  

Hospitality and catering – the latest recruitment picture in charts

Today we are launching our analysis on candidate interest in the Hospitality & Catering industry

How To Fix Degree Apprenticeships

The degree apprenticeship programme needs greater clarity in quality and delivery standards, and diversification away from management degrees in order to be truly successful, says David Allison