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  • Apprenticeships are back
    Week 2015 ran from 9 to 13 March celebrating apprenticeships and the positive impact they have on individuals businesses and the wider economy Events were held all around the country and thousands of apprenticeship vacancies were pledged Accor 300 pledge by end of 2016 Atos 100 Midlands South East North West North East and London Affinity Sutton 100 national Amey 1 000 national Airbus Group 77 national Arup 50 national Babcock International 100 South West BAE Systems 710 national Balfour Beatty 150 national Barclays launches older workers apprenticeship scheme degree level apprenticeship Barratt Developments 171 national Boots 350 national BT 1 000 during this year Capgemini launches degree level apprenticeship scheme Carillion 5 000 nationwide Clarkson Evans 50 national Coventry City Council 2 Midlands 10 West Midlands Civil service Department for Work and Pensions HM Revenue Customs 750 Dundee EE 250 this year GSK 70 national InterContinental developing new apprenticeship scheme Icon Training 27 national Keepmoat 400 national Lafarge Tarmac 71 national Lloyds Banking Group 100 this year Kier Group 100 national Kwik Fit 200 national Lafarge Tarmac 71 national Mears Group 100 national National Express launches older workers apprenticeship scheme Optionis 30 North West Prudential 40 London Reading Stirling

    Original URL path: http://www.secretarialjobsboard.co.uk/news/3106-apprenticeships-are-back! (2016-02-08)
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  • Screwfix to create 900 new jobs in 2015
    the Exchequer George Osborne visited the West Midlands Screwfix CEO Andrew Livingston announced plans to open a further 50 stores next year which will create 900 new jobs Mr Osborne is touring British businesses as they announce measures to create jobs help people into work increase exports or make the UK a leader in science and innovation Osborne s visit formed part of the second leg of his Great British Brands tour Andrew Livingston said At Screwfix we have seen increasing optimism among our trade customers for some time now which not only represents potential growth across the industry but also increasing employment opportunities in all sectors which is great news for the economy as a whole George Osborne said Backing businesses who are expanding is a key part of our long term economic plan which is why I have cut corporation tax introduced the employment allowance and abolished national insurance contributions fr the under 21 s These changes are helping businesses like Screwfix create jobs and the economic security that comes with that The company recently opened its 360th store and employs more than 6 000 workers Back to News Listing Recently Posted Articles Yodel to create 7 000

    Original URL path: http://www.secretarialjobsboard.co.uk/news/3102-screwfix-to-create-900-new-jobs-in-2015 (2016-02-08)
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  • Small businesses are increasing recruitment
    July Only 9 said it has decreased This is driven by optimism about the wider economy Almost one third 31 of SME employers feel more confident about their business economic position while only 11 are less optimistic than three months previously The manufacturing SME sector was particularly strong in the second quarter of 2014 This was largely driven by a rise in domestic orders Back to News Listing Recently Posted

    Original URL path: http://www.secretarialjobsboard.co.uk/news/3098-small-firms-hiring-more-staff (2016-02-08)
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  • McDonald's will create 8,000 jobs in the UK over the next three years
    for the first time The company estimates around 70 of the new roles will go to people under the age of 25 Jez Langhorn senior VP and chief people officer at McDonald s UK claimed the report shows McDonald s commitment to help employees get on in life We have worked hard over our 40 years to be a good employer he said And this report shows that people who

    Original URL path: http://www.secretarialjobsboard.co.uk/news/3099-mcdonald%27s-will-create-8-000-jobs-in-uk (2016-02-08)
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  • Victoria Beckham to give career advice
    Victoria Beckham has given those who are aspiring to succeed in fashion her career tips Questions were posed to her and her team via Skype video messaging about getting started in the industry with one soon to be graduate asking about the initial process Beckham replies When I initially started up the brand I didn t put too much pressure on myself I didn t go in to this to prove anything to anybody other than myself I was very focussed I didn t try to do everything at once I didn t want to run before I could walk It is very important to be focused and do what I was doing very very well and move on and do more when my team was in the position to do that So I think it s about keeping things focussed and not trying to do too much Beckham has also joined Beyonce and actress Jennifer Garner in the Ban Bossy campaign A campaign designed to ban the word bossy as a description for women and young girls who show leadership qualities Back to News Listing Recently Posted Articles Yodel to create 7 000 Christmas Jobs Ocado Looking for Staff

    Original URL path: http://www.secretarialjobsboard.co.uk/news/3096-victoria-beckham-to-give-career-advice (2016-02-08)
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  • Young Unemployed
    failing to find work Working Links asked a cohort of unemployed 18 24 year olds what basic employability skills and careers advice they received in school In summary 90 left school without information about how to apply for an Apprenticeship 85 left school without knowledge of the skills in demand by local employers 77 left school without quality information about the jobs and careers available to them 75 did not receive quality information about work experience opportunities while school 75 left school without advice on how to prepare for a job interview 70 of unemployed young people never received information about what skills and qualifications were in demand in their area 66 of young people left school without learning how to write a CV To address this perceived failure Working Links is urging employers to consider three simple ways they can improve UK students job readiness 1 Ensure employability is on your local school s agenda by joining the Board of Governors 2 Offer work experience to GCSE pupils work experience is proven to help young people s chances to securing jobs and teaching them the critical soft skills like timekeeping team work and professionalism that are so highly valued

    Original URL path: http://www.secretarialjobsboard.co.uk/news/3094-young-unemployed-not-equipped-to-find-work (2016-02-08)
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  • Post a Job
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    Original URL path: http://www.secretarialjobsboard.co.uk/advertisers/post-a-job-2.aspx (2016-02-08)
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  • CV Builder
    Us Home CV Builder CV Builder Step 1 of 5 CV Wizard Personal Details Title Select Miss Mr Mrs Ms Forename Surname Address Line 1 Address Line 2 Town Postcode Country Select UK Work Telephone Home Telephone Mobile Telephone Email

    Original URL path: http://www.secretarialjobsboard.co.uk/CV-build.aspx (2016-02-08)
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