With more applications now taking place online, applying for a job has never been simpler – conversely this has seen the employer’s task of sifting CVs become a real challenge and hugely time-consuming. So just how do you ensure a foolproof process is in place so you’re not missing out on the best talent and, more importantly, how do you keep them?
There has been a growing sentiment among UK bosses that young Brits are not ready for the corporate world – and education may be partly to blame. Exam board AQA plans to nip that perception in the bud by transforming its business GCSE.
How many times have you heard that the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to be epic – with billions of connected devices generating trillions of dollars? And yet, the overwhelming reaction of tech consumers right now is essentially "meh".
Dubai’s Burj Al Arab Jumeirah – dubbed the “world’s most luxurious hotel” – has opened a private outdoor leisure facility, which marks a global first in hotel construction, that results in a 10,000 metre squared area “pushing boundaries of hospitality”.
Every week my team and I receive hundreds of letters and CVs from young people wanting to work for Pimlico Plumbers. The number of CVs arriving in our post box is already ramping up as we are in the middle of exam season and students are considering what’s next for their education and careers.
Nearly every week we hear of a new corporate tax “scandal” as companies or individuals are exposed for evading or avoiding tax.
Deliveroo has bitten into PizzaExpress, bringing in the Italian restaurant chain as its largest partner to date with a deal that will see the delivery service support 206 branches across Britain.
Having successfully secured backing from Dragons’ Den’s Deborah Meaden at the tender age of 18, and off the back of a £2m crowdfunding campaign that exceeded its target in just five days, Jordan Daykin, CEO at GripIt Fixings offers his top tips on raising capital for your business.
The film Spotlight, set in 2001, tells the true story of a team of investigative journalists who spent months at a time researching exposés for the Boston Globe. Thanks to new technologies, today's investigators are able to start following leads with just a few keystrokes.