The Black British Business Awards programme recognises, rewards and celebrates exceptional performance and outstanding achievements of black people in businesses operating in Great Britain. Interested in putting someone forth to receive an award? Read on to get access to the nomination form. If you know of anyone that fits any of these categories, please fill … Read more
On Tuesday 14 March, Business in the Community (BITC) launched the first Best 100 Employers for Race listing, as recommended by the government’s independent review by Baroness McGregor-Smith into race in the workplace. The McGregor-Smith Review recommended that ‘Business in the Community should establish a list of the top 100 BME employers to identify the … Read more
ABOUT THE ROLE We are looking for part-time individuals with an interest in recruitment, sales or training. – Sales experience would be advantageous but not essential. If you have any experience of contacting employers or youth organisations this would also be useful. – To be successful in the role must have a passion for the … Read more
We are currently hosting pre-employment training sessions for 16- 24 year olds, working with various employers that can support young people into the world of work. Jobs are available with Crossrail, Kings Cross Jobs and Novotel Hotels. If you would like some guidance with your CV, cover letter, job applications or general career guidance – … Read more
Small to medium-sized businesses can benefit from FREE accredited Management and Leadership training for themselves and their members of staff. Learn how to develop and build on your leadership abilities to effectively manage your most important resource – your people. Find out more about this offer and other training available here.
The cliché of the modern meeting room is the ice-breaker. Tell us something interesting about yourself, who is your inspiration? It’s an exercise in banality, with the answers often as tired as the questions; if Beyoncé gets one more recommendation she’ll surely be eligible for the George Cross. Where I used to dread this demand, … Read more