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TAL sees business benefit of creating a diverse workplace

TAL sees business benefit of creating a diverse workplace Employers have a crucial role to play in supporting women’s advancement through the financial services industry, and this year’s Employer of the Year, TAL, takes this responsibility seriously. The insurer has been an industry leader in improving the representation of women in senior roles. Half of… Continue Reading TAL sees business benefit of creating a diverse workplace

These are the 50 companies business school students most want to work for

These are the 50 companies business school students most want to work for   Universum has just released a new ranking, listing the companies business and engineering students dream most of working for. Generally, consumer goods companies, car manufacturers and banks attract students of business, engineering, and computer science. Consulting firms are the most sought-after… Continue Reading These are the 50 companies business school students most want to work for

Naheed Afzal LLB takes home the Inspire Award at the GG2 Diversity Leadership Awards and launch of the GG2 Power list 2019

Naheed Afzal LLB takes home the Inspire Award at the GG2 Diversity Leadership Awards and launch of the GG2 Power list 2019   We are delighted to see our Co – Founder and CEO take home the Inspire award at the GG2 Diversity leadership Awards – the premier awards for inclusion, diversity and leadership which… Continue Reading Naheed Afzal LLB takes home the Inspire Award at the GG2 Diversity Leadership Awards and launch of the GG2 Power list 2019

South East Prince’s Trust Awards

South East Prince’s Trust Awards   It was wonderful to be attending the Princes Trust #GetHired Awards at London Cocktail club this week celebrating all the Princes Trust supporters and those who have gone the extra mile to help young people!              

Are you prepared for a future of tech-driven job disruption? Chances are, you’re on your own

‘When I was launched as a wide-eyed graduate into the world of journalism in 1974, there was one requirement. I had to buy a typewriter. That was my first bank loan. Within six months – as a compulsory requirement of the craft – I had to learn to touch-type and master shorthand up to a… Continue Reading Are you prepared for a future of tech-driven job disruption? Chances are, you’re on your own

They won this year’s Nobel for economics. Here’s why their work matters

On the day that the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warned that we only have 12 years left in which to prevent climate catastrophe, an American climate economist cited heavily in the IPCC’s report has been named one of the two winners of this year’s Nobel Memorial Prize for Economic Sciences. William Nordhaus, a… Continue Reading They won this year’s Nobel for economics. Here’s why their work matters

The global financial crisis has inspired little meaningful reform, says WEF founder

The global financial crisis has inspired little meaningful reform, says WEF founder The man behind the annual gathering of elites in the Swiss mountain retreat of Davos believes the financial crisis of 2008 has done little to inspire meaningful change in the banking industry. “Unfortunately, I have to say that we haven’t learned too much,” Klaus… Continue Reading The global financial crisis has inspired little meaningful reform, says WEF founder

Why schools should teach the curriculum of the future, not the past

Why schools should teach the curriculum of the future, not the past   Robots, artificial intelligence, automation – no longer the stuff of science fiction movies. Overwhelming evidence shows the shift in what the workforce needs is already underway and that it will continue to grow much larger in the future. All around the world,… Continue Reading Why schools should teach the curriculum of the future, not the past
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