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Social enterprise launches initiative for businesses to help region’s young people get #AheadinDigital

Leeds-based social enterprise Ahead Partnership has today (14 Nov) launched a new careers initiative designed to inspire a diverse and vibrant pipeline of young talent pursuing roles in the digital sector across Leeds City Region.

Why do so many UK students live away from home and why does it matter?

First-ever Low-Code School opens in the UK, increasing career opportunities for those not currently versed in low-code application development

OutSystems Launches First-of-Its-Kind Low-Code School to Train New Professional Low-Code Developers OutSystems , provider of the number one low-code application development platform , today announced that it has opened the first-ever Low-Code School  in the UK, increasing career opportunities for those not currently versed in low-code application development.

Majority of public sector staff do not have the tools to work effectively

Research shows lack of workspace investment is leaving many organisations struggling to attract and retain staff It is well-documented that the public sector has been under considerable strain over the last few years, with stretched resources and understaffing increasingly common problems. In light of this, research from Kyocera Document Solutions UK has revealed that the large majority of public sector staff feel that their organisational workspaces are ill-equipped, impacting their capacity to effectively complete their work. This is subsequently contributing towards challenges in attracting and retaining staff.

The way we communicate at work is changing: 66% say a human connection is vital #FutureofWork

Face to face discussion (88%) still trumps as the most effective method to engage Prezi, the visual communications company known for its zoomable presentation platform that is widely used in academia and business across the globe, today released its Future of Video at Work Index, delivering an in-depth analysis of how video is used in the modern office. 71% of UK office workers are either presenting, watching or creating video communications at work demonstrating the prevalence of the technology.