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Principle supporting the Armed Forces

Principle Cleaning Services has signed up to the Armed Forces Corporate Covenant, a written, publicised, voluntary pledge to support those who have served in returning to civilian life and work. The company, which has received the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme ...

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Lessons for the future

Bernard Crouch of IWFM Risings on helping young people into (FM & Workplace) employment When COVID-19 struck, students lost the opportunity of real work experience or face-to-face encounters with potential future employers. This put them at a disadvantage when attempting ...

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Amey focuses on essential skills for young people to tackle inequality

Amey has launched a report which outlines the outcomes of bringing together a group of leading experts in employment skills, to discuss the current trends and approach in supporting the development of essential skills within young people programmes.  People from ...

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Churchill supporting refugees into employment

Churchill has joined the Tent Partnership for Refugees (Tent) network. This is the latest commitment the company has made to supporting refugees, as it has recently partnered with the Refugee Employment Network. Tent was founded in 2016 and mobilises the ...

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Mitie adds 50 new apprentices to its workforce

Fifty new apprentices have joined Mitie’s 72,000 strong workforce in a range of different roles. The new apprentices will undertake a range of different programmes, with 38 joining as technical engineers, and the other 12 joining in roles in fire ...

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Atalian Servest renews pledge to the Armed Forces Covenant

The global FM service provider has renewed its pledge to the Armed Forces Covenant to demonstrate its commitment and support to UK military personnel and veterans. The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise that those who serve and have served ...

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Perceptions of low pay deterring Gen Z from a career in hospitality

A nationwide survey commissioned by Umbrella Training has found that young people do not find the hospitality industry to be an attractive career choice because they don’t think the sector pays well. The research found that only one in 10 ...

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Winning ways

The key to attracting and retaining talent? Being a ‘Great Place to Work’ says Jess Pritchard, Head of the Corporate Sector at Moneypenny on winning GPTW certification A positive workplace culture can be a major differentiator when it comes to ...

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Cleaning industry body says the Home Secretary’s remarks about migrant workers and unskilled labour are ‘divorced from reality’

The Home Secretary Suella Braverman’s comments about reducing migrant workers entering the country have been branded as “ridiculous”, “completely out of touch” and “divorced from reality” by leaders of the cleaning industry. The £59 billion cleaning, hygiene and waste sector ...

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Human-centric space

Trifle* delivers spaces for a range of companies and brands with a focus on human-centric design. Founder Emma Morley asks, what are UK companies failing to do to attract and retain talent and as workspace designers, what can we do ...

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