The TJ Podcast: March 2019
Jon, Jo and Kate look at the biggest news story of the last month (yes, that's Laura Overton stepping down from the helm at Towards Maturity).
Jon, Jo and Kate look at the biggest news story of the last month (Laura Overton stepping down from the helm at Towards Maturity), as well as discussing our upcoming webinar on diversity and inclusion, this month's magazine, and there's also a guest interview with Gavi's Jonathan Siener and Clare Hoang to talk about harassment training.
Here's how office design can positively affect mental health, according to Lloyd Coldrick.
Ahead of IET's event, we ask a few experts about the importance of diversity and inclusion in engineering.
When it comes to tackling youth unemployment, high-quality work placements are the right thing to do for young people, the economy and society as a whole, says David Pincott.
Vincent Belliveau, Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA at Cornerstone OnDemand, explores the benefits of internal recruitment
A report published today has revealed the extent of ageist attitudes across the UK, and how they harm the health and wellbeing of everyone in society as we grow older.
Parents of the UK’s million disabled children are struggling to hold down...