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Discrimination in the City?

Why is it that the findings from a survey of 450 Oxford University undergraduates prompted calls for financial services companies to enhance their appeal to women? . . . → Read More: Discrimination in the City?

Do top law firms erect barriers to social mobility?

Some elite London law firms are passing over well-qualified, white working-class job applicants in favour of middle-class graduates from elite universities who they think would be better for their image, new research says. . . . → Read More: Do top law firms erect barriers to social mobility?

Top Firm’s Trial Dress Code Subject Of Much Mirth

UBS is trialing a new dress code for employees (the trial is starting off in five retail branches in Switzerland). And already the 44-page document is the subject of much mirth. . . . → Read More: Top Firm’s Trial Dress Code Subject Of Much Mirth

A Rewarding Career in HR

Graduates thinking of a career in HR should consider the Reward specialism, also known as Compensation & Benefits or Remuneration, which is an in-demand area paying on average 10% more than other equivalent HR positions. Reward, including performance management, is becoming increasingly critical to organisational performance. . . . → Read More: A Rewarding Career in HR

Civil Service graduate scheme sees rise in ethnic minority and disabled staff

Official figures released in the Cabinet Office’s 2009 Fast Stream Annual Report revealed 10.7% of successful candidates in 2009 were from ethnic minorities, up from 9.3% in 2008. . . . → Read More: Civil Service graduate scheme sees rise in ethnic minority and disabled staff