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Chantelle Akerman
Ina-Yulo
20
Nov

Rising Stars: What happened next for Ina Yulo

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
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National Audit Office
31
Oct

Vacancy Spotlight: Head of Learning, Development and Talent | National Audit Office

The National Audit Office (NAO) are currently recruiting for a new Head of Learning, Development and Talent to join them in London. Main purpose of the role The NAO works in a complex and changing external environment.  Public service delivery has become more complex and aims to be ever more digitally enabled and public bodies...
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rashada harry featured
18
Oct

Theresa May awards outstanding STEM advocate & Rising Star alumni, Rashada Harry with Points of Light award

The Prime Minister has recognised previous Rising Star in Technology winner, Rashada Harry for her outstanding contribution to increasing opportunities for young people from diverse backgrounds in STEM industries. Rashada Harry, is the founder of ‘Your Future, Your Ambition’, an annual event at the Emirates Stadium that aims to bridge the diversity gap in STEM subjects....
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17
Oct

For law firm diversity, a shift from the extraordinary to the expected

Corporate law firms are commonly perceived as conservative, exclusive clubs that only hire more of the same to maintain the monoculture. However, thankfully times change and over the course of a generation the clubby institution of the large law firm is transforming to an extent that would have been unthinkable a few decades ago. Today,...
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Baton Awards logo
16
Oct

UK’s leading BAME newsreaders join forces to host this year’s inaugural Baton Awards

UK’s leading BAME female newsreaders have teamed up to host this year’s inaugural Baton Awards 2018. Keen to address the obstacles facing BAME women, each of the hosts are pioneers in their own right; British freelance journalist and television presenter of Jamaican and Nigerian descent Trish Adudu to date, still holds the mantle of the...
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woman-being-comforted-by-colleague-mental-ill-health
10
Oct

Banishing the mental health stigma in the workplace

As many as one in four people will experience poor mental health each year, according to mental health charity Mind. This can have a huge impact on employers, with mental-health related issues costing businesses a whopping £26 billion a year.* Staff with mental health conditions can lead to lower productivity, absenteeism, higher turnover and even...
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Close Brothers
08
Oct

The Close Brothers Graduate Programme 2019

Close Brothers is a leading merchant banking group, providing lending, deposit-taking, wealth management services and securities trading to individuals, businesses and intermediaries. We help small businesses and individuals to flourish and grow. We are accepting applications for our 2019 graduate programmes across our central London and Wimbledon offices. We have opportunities in: • Property Finance...
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08
Mar

17/04/2018 – Communicating Confidently – build your Visual, Vocal, Verbal and Mindset toolkit | A WeAreTheCity Careers Club Event

WeAreTheCity would like to invite you to join them for an evening of learning and networking Communicating Confidently – build your Visual, Vocal, Verbal and Mindset toolkit from professional actress and business leader, Mairi McHaffie A WeAreTheCity Careers Club Event Tuesday 17 April 2018 – 5.45pm – 8.45pm at Lloyds Banking Group, 25 Gresham Street,...
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