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We’ve all been there — you take out your smartphone to make a call and 10 minutes later, after checking your email, Twitter and Instagram, you forget why you took it out in the first place.… Continue reading
The Liverpool City Region Apprenticeship Awards will be held at St George’s Hall, Liverpool, on Tuesday, 12 March 2013.
Join over 500 guests at the first annual Liverpool City Region Apprenticeship Awards.
The glittering ceremony in the majestic St George’s… Continue reading
AELP Conference: Autumn In-Tray Flexibility in Challenging Times
Thursday, 18 October 2012
Leeds United Football Club, Leeds
The 2012/13 contract year is a crucial one for putting into place key operational elements prior to the introduction of RPA policy,… Continue reading
ItÂ´s time for another post with inspirational quotes. This time IÂ´d like to focus on something I find very useful: education.
School may have been – or still be – boring, a killer of creativity or downright awful for you.… Continue reading
By Vicki Bennett Friday, 03 August 2012
Bradley Wiggins is the first Britain to win the Tour de France and the most-decorated Brit following his performance in this year’s Olympics. Here are five lessons business leaders can learn from ‘the… Continue reading
This project is central to the UK Commission’s ambition to transform the UK’s approach to investing in the skills of our people. It outlines the performance challenges faced in the nine sectors, the ‘real-life’ skills solutions implemented by leading and… Continue reading
I’m sure most of us are glued to our television screens, laptops and radios at the moment as we support Team GB. Here at Ordnance Survey head office, our minds inevitably turned to mapping – and we wondered where our… Continue reading
Choosing a career and embarking on a job search is one of life’s big decisions. In many ways we live in exciting times, and there’s much more career flexibility than there was in previous generations, when a job was for… Continue reading