By its very nature, the TV industry needs a diversity of people, skills, talents, ideas and perspectives in order to come up with new and exciting ideas and put them into practice. People who are good at seeing things differently, used to overcoming obstacles. People who are brilliant at detail, and people who are great … Continue reading Ever Considered a Career in TV Production? Why Not?
The National Trust are currently advertising for a new Council Member. Philip Monk is part of the National Trust’s Council and a local volunteer ranger. Here, he brings to life what it means to be part of the Council – and why you should think about joining too. I’ve been part of the Council for around … Continue reading Could you be on National Trust’s Council?
There has never been a better time to be an IT graduate and the UK business community is currently in the grip of a severe skills shortage. But while that is potentially bad news for the economy, it is a fact that could see those who are just starting their careers laughing all the way … Continue reading Graduate Careers in IT
Develop into the kind of leader that others want to follow, leading a team of up to 15 colleagues by your third year Gain a BA (Hons) in Business Management and Leadership, and CMI status with the Chartered Management Institute Work with, and learn from, our senior leadership team Barclays Higher Apprenticeship programme offers you … Continue reading Fancy being paid to get your degree?
An internship that empowers you to make an impact Money. Experience. A new network of professional connections that could help you find your dream job. There are plenty of reasons to apply for an internship with Lloyds Banking Group. What’s in it for me? A 10-week paid internship with Lloyds Banking Group will give … Continue reading Paid Internships at Lloyds Banking Group
Being a 'Runner' for a television production company may not have occurred to you as a job you might enjoy, but it can be an exciting role for the right disabled person. Toni Enright talks about her experience in being a Runner at Studio Lambert: If you’re a TV lover like me – I mean, who … Continue reading A Day in the Life of an Office Runner
Evenbreak and Lloyds Banking Group are working together to support disabled students. Join us for two valuable hours of career discovery and networking with Lloyds Banking Group professionals on Wednesday, 6th December at 6.30pm - 8.30pm. Find out about your career choices, build your employability skills, network with current graduates and discover how we support … Continue reading Lloyds Banking Group Student Insight Evening
4 Qualities Companies Look for in Disabled Workers Globally, disability communities and organisations work hard to prove the value of hiring disabled employees. Despite the number of workforce-related challenges and adjustments in the workplace, some companies have gained a number of benefits, such as increased overall employee satisfaction as well as better retention and productivity … Continue reading What Qualities are Employers Seeking in Disabled Candidates?
When I'm not busy with Evenbreak, I am lucky enough to be a Patron of the Inclusive Skills Competitions. These competitions provide an opportunity for young people with learning disabilities and difficulties to showcase their skills, and they celebrate that talent can be found in everyone. Last week I went to see two competitions being … Continue reading Talent that most employers haven’t spotted!
For disabled people, things are just more expensive, no matter where you work. But when a disabled person is self-employed, without employee benefits and other advantages, things can get expensive very quickly. In the best of times, self-employed taxes can approach ½ of your earnings, after taxes are paid. In order to keep afloat, and … Continue reading Maximising Deductions as a Disabled Self-Employed Person