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Working Transitions

Spotlight on... Redeployment & Internal Mobility

Is redeployment and internal mobility the key to plugging the skills gap?

The future of the ever-changing workplace is big news. You don’t have to look far to read about which skills are going to be valued in the age of digitalisation and automation and which professions are going to be left behind. Organisations are continuously shedding old skills whilst facing challenges when filling vacancies requiring in demand new or emerging skills.

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Working Transitions

5 minutes with... David Hardy - creating an impactful CV

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

This month we talk to David Hardy, a Working Transitions Career Coach, about how to create a compelling CV. David talks us through how to take a personal profile statement to the next level and the framework he uses with clients to create a high-impact CV!

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Working Transitions

From Banter to Bullying

In early October, Hollywood was rocked by accusations of sexual harassment and bullying when the New York Times published an article detailing decades of allegations against film mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Since then, the story has snowballed and the floodgates are open with many women – and men - reporting widespread and historical harassment and bullying via the hashtag #metoo. The spotlight is now on Westminster with disturbing allegations about a culture of bullying and sexual harassment showing no signs of slowing down.

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Working Transitions

How effective onboarding can attract and retain talent

The Office for National Statistics September Bulletin revealed that in the first half of 2017 unemployment rates fell yet further. The employment rate (the proportion of people aged between 16-64 in work) currently sits at 75.3% - the highest since comparable records began in 1971.

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