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EY maintains investment in young talent with over 1000 student hires in the UK

@EYnews has welcomed a total of 1048 graduates and apprentices in the UK this year, reinforcing its commitment to invest in and nurture young talent, despite COVID-19. This compares to 1011 graduates and apprentices hired in 2019.

EY announces first-ever virtual corporate MBA free to all EY people

Groundbreaking new @EYnews Tech MBA by @Hult_Business School focused on technology, leadership and business skills #BetterWorkingWorld  EY, in association with Hult International Business School, today announces the first-ever fully accredited virtual corporate Master of Business Administration (MBA). In line with the inclusive culture at EY, it will be available free of charge to all 284,000 EY people in more than 150 countries. 

Why using its strengths will help the UK build back better post COVID-19

How can businesses #BuildBackBetter?  The 2020 EY UK Attractiveness Survey shows that the UK performed strongly on foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2019, and is well-placed to face the challenges presented by COVID-19 and an uncertain economic environment.

Royal College of Art students to develop AI banking apps that help vulnerable customers

Rainbird, the #AI powered intelligent automation platform, and global consultancy @EYnews have collaborated with the Royal College of Art @RCA to offer industry knowledge and expertise to students enrolled on the RCA Service Design Programme course.

Skills of #dyslexic employees can futureproof businesses

Businesses can help to futureproof their workforce and combat an impending digital skills gap by broadening their talent pools and employing dyslexic individuals, according to a new report by EY and the charity Made By Dyslexia.

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