To celebrate the launch of our new venture Learnerbly, we’ve made it free to post roles to Enternships as our gift to the community. So far, we’ve helped more than 7,000 companies recruit great entry-level talent through Enternships, and we hope to help many more.
Inspired by our work in helping recruit talent, we’ve turned our attention to helping your employees be their best selves at work. Read about us on TechCrunch, and how we’re creating a modern development management system.
Learnerbly manages all the professional development needs of your employees, providing employers with an overview of the learning needs of their team, inspiring them with curated learning opportunities and capturing feedback and analytics to measure the commercial impact of all Learning and Development activities. Learn more or request a demo.
We’ve interviews dozens of experts, such as Eric Schmidt, Chief Exec. of Alphabet, Stephan Thoma, former Global head of L&D at Google, and Sue Siddall (above), Partner and Executive Managing Director at IDEO Europe, to capture their learning playlists and find out what they’ve discovered about leadership.
New features coming soon
- A new dashboard will provide individual, team and company wide views of the positive impact learning is having on your business.
- Personal development plans will effectively connect L&D to business strategy.
- Learning playlists curated by more than 100 experts.
From Bebo to Facebook, Blockbusters to Netflix, technology has made monumental leaps over the past decade. People now have more opportunities to connect than ever before.
Gone are the days of picking up the house phone or calling a cab; things of the past are gradually being replaced with the likes of Whatsapp and the city-dominating UBER app. Leaving the house seems like a chore when you can order the week’s groceries off Amazon.
Welcome to the digital age.
Continue reading How tech internships became the rage of the new millennium
EXAMS ARE OVER! Big sigh on my count: 1… 2… 3…. AHHH.
Uni’s out and it’s time to take that first baby step into the scary, working world.
So after countless interviews during the term, you’ve finally grabbed yourself that internship you fought so hard for. But of course, it doesn’t end there.
Continue reading Building for future success: top tips for beginning an internship
From the office’s cocker spaniel to scooting in and out of meeting rooms, the startup office culture certainly has an alluring appeal.
As I walked into a warehouse-like office for my interview, there were employees playing ping pong to my left and emoji cushions to my right. Continue reading Getting to grips with office culture during an internship: What to expect
We are delighted to announce that our Founder and CEO, Rajeeb Dey, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s 90th Birthday Honours for services to Entrepreneurship.
The Birthday Honours recognise the achievements of a wide range of extraordinary people across the UK. Continue reading Enternships Founder & CEO Rajeeb Dey Awarded MBE
A lot of time is wasted trying to schedule phone or skype interviews, followed by multiple face to face meetings before the hiring team decide on the most suitable candidate for a particular role.
But things are changing and video screening technology is now streamlining the hiring process Continue reading 3 benefits of video screening candidates
This article is written by Peter Hawke, Programme Leader at Redesign Your Life who has been running his own public and in-company personal development and coaching programmes for 12 years, helping people make big and small changes to their personal and business lives.
Life’s too short to spend it doing what you don’t love. We probably all agree on that, yet over 80% of those in work are doing jobs they don’t enjoy1 . Continue reading Finding and doing what you love
Most young people near the start of their career are not typically thought of as leaders in the workplace. Why?
Because you inhabit a low spot in the office hierarchy and have lack experience and practical “hands on “skills, but with a plan (and right attitude) you can become a leader.
Continue reading Fresh out of Education? Here’s what you can learn from running an NGO
I’m sure everyone has heard someone refer to a previous period in time as: “the golden age of something”.
These were the times people looked back on with rose tinted glasses as the “good old days”, a period where anything was possible, a period when cautious writers would swear it was all too good to be true. Continue reading We’re in a golden age