Talent & Skills
Our ambition is a diverse, skilled and healthy workforce that actively volunteers in communities, with business setting public targets on diversity, fair pay, productivity and wellbeing.
The United Nation’s World Youth Skills Day takes place this Sunday (15 June 2018). The day aims to raise awareness of the importance of helping young people to develop the skills they need for the workforce, reducing barriers to work and training, tackling youth unemployment and enabling all young people to access stable, productive and fulfilling work
Eight companies from across Wales have been announced as the overall category winners in the Wales Responsible Busines Awards 2018, sponsored by Swansea University School of Management.
In episode eight of The Lens, Oli Barrett speaks to Duncan Tait, Director and CEO, SEVP, Head of EMEIA and Americas Regions of Fujitsu, and Nana Parry, Founder/CEO of Dubzoo & Metier Digital
In partnership with the Officers Association we have developed a new tool to help employers cut through the acronyms and cryptic terminology used by the military.
Based on findings from a BITC Inquiry supported by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission, Beyond Pay calls on employers to take concerted action to improve low-paid employment.
This white paper draws together insights and lessons from the entries to the Unipart Inspiring Young Talent Award 2016, showing how companies can inspire, hire and grow young employees effectively.
Starting Out is a Sky Academy initiative that uses TV, creativity and sport to help young people build practical skills and experience. The programme provides over 1,000 work related opportunities for young people each year.
GE Aviation Wales offers apprenticeships in both engineering and business administration. The programmes provide excellent opportunities for young people and guarantees talent for the future of the engineering industry.
GE Aviation Wales is working with two local schools to provide mentoring support for pupils who are in danger of failing GCSE maths. The jet engineering firm is proving that maths doesn’t have to be rocket science.
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