Working Transitions

a pc force women in key leadership roles

Cressida Dick has been appointed as the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner -  the first woman to take charge of London's police force.  She succeeds Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, who led the force from 2011 until announcing his retirement last year.

Ms Dick, 56, worked for the Met for 31 years before leaving to take up a role with the Foreign Office.

Described as ‘an exceptional leader’ with a ‘clear vision’, Ms Dicks is set to embark on one of the most demanding and important leadership jobs in UK Policing.  An important - and high profile – step in terms of gender equality.

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How effective onboarding can attract and retain talent

Official figures show that unemployment has reached an 11 year low – a fall of 52,000 to 1.6 million in the three months to November – the lowest level for more than a decade.

Typically, low unemployment rates result in less job-seekers – and more choice for those actively looking for a new role.  As the talent pool is reduced, for an organisation looking to recruit, both attracting and, just as importantly, retaining the right talent to fill a role can become a huge challenge.

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Five things you need to know to support: Older Workers

An infographic outlining the five things you need to know to support your older workforce. 

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5 minutes with personal career manager nicky clayden

Welcome to our new monthly series - ‘5 minutes with…’  -  quick, chatty interviews with specialists working across HR, Recruitment and Transition.

This week we talk to Nicky Clayden – Nicky is a Personal Career Manager based in Working Transitions’ Head Office.  Nicky has supported thousands of individuals going through redundancy or organisational change to secure an alternative role.  We asked Nicky how important an effective CV is in the overall job search.

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