New research released this week by Tech Will Save Us, creators of DIY kits that encourage everyone to make, play, code and invent with technology, reveals over half (55%) of British parents feel their child or children (aged 15 or under) are more proficient at coding than themselves.
In a new survey, employers judge excellent academic results as one of the least important predictors of employability, when deciding to recruit graduates. It brings concern that the university degree has devalued.
Big Data, Article 50, and speed to market will be some of the key trends in retail transformation in 2017, according to Venquis.
Economic inequality, societal polarization and intensifying environmental dangers are the top three trends that will shape global developments over the next 10 years, the World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report 2017 found. Collaborative action by world leaders will be urgently needed to avert further hardship and volatility in the coming decade.
Written by barrister and SME owner, Kate Russell, ‘Build Your Dream Team’ introduces a paradigm shift in sourcing, recruiting and retaining talent.
These are uncertain times for STEM funding and for access to talent– and less professional training is offered to STEM workers than other occupations. Open University is advising that for businesses to secure ongoing access to technical skills which are aligned to business needs, this state of affairs must be addressed.
A practical guide launched by the Royal Society and CBI, says that to support science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education in the UK, businesses need to collaborate with teachers.
Her book begins with ‘The annual employee survey is dead,’ yet Employee Communications Researcher Susan Walker, still believes in the importance of discovering the facts.
Gloria Lombardi speaks with Kevin Ruck, the Co-Founder of The PR Academy and course leader for the CIPR Internal Communication qualifications, to explore the state of the profession from an academic perspective.
What does a ‘Rising Star’ in internal comms look like? And why is it critical for the industry to recognise young talent? Gloria Lombardi caught up with Michelle Morgan, Senior Consultant in Internal Communications at VMA Group, to discuss the initiative.