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    PwC to resign as Boohoo auditor after working conditions inquiry

    Mauritz Antin/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock In the latest sign of growing fears among large accountancy firms over reputational damage, PwC is set to resign as auditor of fashion retailer Boohoo. The online clothing company has been under scrutiny over working practices, pay and conditions in its supply chain with a recent review by lawyer Alison Levitt finding that […] More

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    Ballerina image in jobs campaign provokes Twitter storm

    Image: QA/CyberFirst/HM Government The culture secretary, Oliver Dowden has described a government-supported advertisement designed to encourage people to retrain and switch jobs as “crass”. One advertisement, part of the Cyber First campaign promoting retraining in tech, pictured a ballerina and stated “Fatima’s next job could be in cyber (she just doesn’t know it yet)”. Many […] More

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    RAD Awards 2021 open for entries

    The 2021 RAD Awards have opened for entries as the search for the very best in employer branding, talent attraction and recruitment advertising begins for the 31st time. Celebrating the talented people, innovative ideas and brave clients, the RAD Awards have unveiled the categories and criteria for the next awards, on an amended timetable due […] More

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    Personnel Today Awards 2020: Employer Branding Award shortlist

    SAP were winners of the 2019 Employer Branding Award Despite an uncertain jobs market, employer branding continues to be a crucial way to differentiate your organisation to high quality candidates, as well as a means of engaging existing employees. Here are the shortlisted companies in this year’s Personnel Today Awards Employer Branding category.  Balfour Beatty […] More