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
If so we need your help. As we all know, the tech and digital industry in the UK is growing exponentially and as a result the war for talent has intensified.
There isn’t however any comprehensive data on the industry norms in terms of salary levels – a vital piece of information which helps entrepreneurs and startups ensure they are able to benchmark themselves and stay competitive.
Continue reading Do you work in the tech industry?
How I got a job in a startup that helps build other startups
It was the Easter holidays and my interview was so close… I had already done my research, read a lot of articles full of advices on how to succeed in an interview, created a list of my strengths Continue reading The Intern Insider- 5 Ace Interview Tips
It’s never too early to start scouting out great resources for summer internships in the UK for 2014, and we’ve put together all the sites you need to make sure that no matter what you’re on the hunt for, you’ll find it.
Continue reading Summer Internships in the UK 2014: the ultimate hit-list for job-seekers
You’re probably already well aware by now that if you’re trying to score an excellent job (especially in one of the bigger cities like that there Lundun) you absolutely must get yourself set up with a LinkedIn account. A great way of building a visible work network, of taking a cheeky look at prospective employers, and of building yourself an online CV.
Continue reading There are 744 magicians on LinkedIn (and other things you didn’t know)
With more and more employers valuing on-the-job training and practicals skills just as much as (if not more than) a degree certificate, there’s never been a better time to look into getting an apprenticeship.
Continue reading Getting an apprenticeship – which is the right path for you?