Retail is one of the most diverse industries, and the opportunities for intern recruitment are endless. The pool of applicants can be picked from non-university goers with experience to PR, science, design and technology students, amongst many others. The last thing you want, however, is a sea of interns in an overcrowded department. Investing in and knowing where to put interns can bring major returns for your company, increasing productivity and also giving you an excellent selection of potential hires. A perfect example of this is Butterfly Twists – hear from one of the co-founders of the retail brand just how beneficial hiring an intern can be, in our exclusive interview here.
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Hiring a marketing professional into a permanent staff position can be daunting if you aren’t entirely sure what they could do for you, but having limited time in a busy schedule leaves you with few options…or so you would think.To solve your marketing needs, consider hiring a marketing intern!
A marketing intern can help you understand and monitor the customer, market and competitor landscape, telling you about the latest trends and patterns. On top of that, any intern is a valuable addition to the company given their enthusiasm, alternative perspectives and willingness to adapt and learn.
Tight deadlines, new tasks streaming in on all fronts and limited resources to work with…nobody said start-ups were easy. Needing more full-time workers to tackle and advance the company can be an imperative pushing against your tight budget, but there are ways to find talented candidates without breaking the bank. Continue reading
Old dogs and new puppies are learning new tricks, new codes and new formats to navigate their lives. It can seem as though a new gadget, app, or programming format rises every hour, and babies (literally, babies) are handling iPads better than you. Kids, teens, tweens and twadults (is that a thing yet?) are becoming more equipped with apps, online platforms, messaging services and html coding, and it’s not all about ‘selfies’ and Tinder. Being hailed as the ‘fourth literacy‘ after reading, writing and maths, the Digital Age is fast advancing and transforming the lives of everybody. So how do you keep up and stay ahead, and how can digital skills improve your career? Continue reading
According to Impetus PEF, the average young person who is out of work for over six months will suffer a wage scar of over £50k in their lifetime.
These and other scary facts are the galvanising force which have brought multiple groups of stakeholders together to think about the future of work for young people. I am proud and delighted to be named as one of the groups commissioners. It is an important group to be part of.