Following the recent spate of government resignations about the new Brexit strategy and Theresa May’s subsequent reshuffle of her top team, Tech City is paying close attention to see what comes next.
While technology enabled the UK workplace to evolve, it has also allowed hackers to be more creative in the way of data breaches.
David Docherty, CEO of the National Centre for Universities and Businesses (NCUB) and Chairman of Placer, explains how work experience can be used to inspire SMEs and help recruit the talent needed to power innovation.
The global workforce is evolving rapidly and even more so for those at the cutting edge – developers, designers, digital creatives, IT professionals and those otherwise involved in driving the digital transformation of the business.
Whenever anyone asks me about my past, I praise my apprenticeship as my vehicle to success. It’s no surprise then that I couldn’t be happier that the Apprenticeship Levy has been launched.
The UK is among the handful of shining lights in the global economy, with the International Monetary Fund predicting global growth of 3.6 per cent. However, the skills shortage across the world means many firms will struggle to capitalise on this growth.