Tag Archives: unemployment

  1. The skills debate is changing, but you’re still doing the same


    March 10, 2014 by Neil

    I’m fascinated by the changing employment market. I’m fascinated by education. And I’m absolutely fascinated by the crossover between the …
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  2. Ask a stupid question….


    February 6, 2013 by Neil

    Applying for jobs is hard, especially in the current market. The least we can do is treat candidates with a level of dignity and think about the recruitment process from their perspective.

  3. The youth unemployment challenge: Day Two of #CIPD12


    November 7, 2012 by Neil

    Back to the old chestnut of youth unemployment and the role of education, skills and training. If we want to create alternative means of developing skills, rather than universities, we need to incentivise them in the same way through Government funding. But directly to the job seeker.

  4. HR, job creation and an economic imperative


    February 8, 2012 by Neil

    How focussed are you on job creation? How often do you have conversations with your Board about growth and opportunity? …
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