Why should we choose to challenge?

Why should we choose to challenge?

8th March 2021

Today is International Women's Day - so why should we Choose To Challenge?

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International Women’s Day – Why we have to continue to #ChooseToChallenge

International Women’s Day – Why we have to continue to #ChooseToChallenge

8th March 2021

Gi Group UK CEO Paulo Canoa discusses the significance of this year’s International Women’s Day theme – Choose to Challenge – and the need for equality to be a 24/7/365 pursuit.

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World Book Day 2021: Gi group gets involved

World Book Day 2021: Gi group gets involved

4th March 2021

Today is World Book Day, a celebration of reading which is often linked with the tradition of children (and adults) dressing up in costumes of characters from their favourite books. These past few months have been a challenging time for everyone, so we thought we would have some fun by asking our...

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National Careers Week 2021: Your available resources

National Careers Week 2021: Your available resources

3rd March 2021

We know that careers are changing. As are young people’s expectations around what they want their careers to look like. Traditional career paths are disappearing as more accessible but equally respected options are now readily accessible. Check out these useful resources to help plan your teenage...

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Gi Group create 42 Kickstart roles to provide young people with career opportunities

Gi Group create 42 Kickstart roles to provide young people with career opportunities

1st March 2021

Gi Group are pleased to announce that we will be supporting the government’s flagship Kickstart Scheme, providing young people with that important first step up onto the career ladder through the creation of six month job placements.

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February Labour Market Update

February Labour Market Update

25th February 2021

There were cautiously optimistic signs in the latest ONS figures release this week, with the second monthly increase in the number of people in payrolled employment in the UK. This echoes Gi Group’s experience with several of our key sectors seeing positive growth as they provide vital services t...

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Eleven Apprentices Start Work on Birmingham 2022

Eleven Apprentices Start Work on Birmingham 2022

12th February 2021

The first eleven apprentices recruited by the organisers of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games have been settling into their new roles which will see them play a key part in helping to organise the biggest event ever to be held in the West Midlands.

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7 ways to look after your mental health

7 ways to look after your mental health

10th February 2021

The Covid-19 pandemic has been a difficult time for us all. Over the last year, we have had to make major changes to our way of life, and now it looks like we're coming out of the other end, the real impact on mental health is starting to become clear. It's never been more important to look after...

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Apprenticeships – Shaping your workforce for the future

Apprenticeships – Shaping your workforce for the future

8th February 2021

Caught in the aftermath of Brexit and the midst of a global pandemic, UK training and development budgets have been severely impacted. So how can Apprenticeships be the key to developing your workforce?

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January Labour Market Update

January Labour Market Update

28th January 2021

While the latest ONS figures have understandably led to stark headlines, it is important to continue to focus on positive aspects where possible – and to drive your business forward, not look back. The ongoing extension of furlough support has perhaps prevented unemployment figures from hitting l...

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