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Artificial Intelligence – a professional perspective

 If you are in and around the universe of recruitment, then you probably would have heard about ‘Artificial Intelligence’ recently. And more importantly how AI will ‘change the face’ of recruitment. These clever people are on to something, but I believe the distinctive ‘how’ is missing from these statements.

Discover the 'World Of Work' with Greater Lincolnshire LEP

Government sets out strategy for helping young people to access opportunities, case studies and resources!

Selling to employers; the providers’ dilemma

 Why the path of least resistance is the wrong one...

Are You Apprentice Ready?

Apprentice not living up to their high expectations, but what if the bigger problem is that employers are the ones that have got it wrong?

Perceptions shift when considering post-secondary education.

 The longer-term strategist amongst employers are looking at adequate recruiting and retaining practices for the growing numbers of Generation Z entering the workforce.

The Future of Recruitment?

 Google Jobs changed the face of recruitment overnight....

The Revolution of Reaching Out: A strategy to engage the Gen Z workforce!

 Text recruiting is a prime example of a next-generation candidate communication tool that has tremendous potential to change the way recruiters work, for the better.

Remember your first summer job, and the experience gained?

With the summer jobs campaign receiving  a vast amount of coverage we discuss work experience in its entirety with David Allison. 

Newly launched and key strategic partner for Apprenticeships...

Truro & Penwith College  offer new apprenticeship programmes that in partnership with the Eden Project.  

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.