From random acts of kindness to getting them involved with change in the business, here are the five ways business leaders can fully unlock the potential of millennials in their workforce.
The Work Foundation research shows that even in the recovery the UK’s youth unemployment crisis continues to leave almost one in five young people unable to find a job.
It’s undoubtedly true that small businesses are the key to economic recovery, and the profile of small businesses is getting higher all the time through initiatives such as Accelerate 250, representing those six per cent of UK businesses that are creating half of all new jobs in the economy.
When there are 1.07m 16-24 year olds classified as NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training), it is surprising to see that just 27 per cent of UK businesses have taken on a young person in the past year.
Young people are rejecting engineering as a career choice because they don’t know enough about the profession.
Outdated perceptions and old-school methods are pushing away future entrepreneurs. Where are the mentors telling the truth?
Chief executive of education charity Young Enterprise shares his thoughts on what businesses can do to fight youth unemployment.
Smart young recruits are good for your high-growth business, but how do you find them? It's best to understand their expectations of business life.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has slammed Britain’s youth for their poor work ethic, suggesting that they should learn from hard-working foreigners. Do you agree?
On the back of O2 signing a deal with Doug Richard's School for Startups earlier this week, Britain's largest mobile phone operator has now launched a campaign to help entrepreneurial young people turn their projects into a reality.