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A guide to remote working and virtual teams from SAGE

Posted on 27 November 2018 by Your Student Life, Supported

Stacey from SAGE talks to us about remote working and virtual teams and their benefits… In 2017, more than 4.3 million people worked remotely in the UK. The latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that three quarters of these people were experienced professionals who work in the highest skilled areas of the economy.
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Gender Pay Gap blog

What your business needs to know about: Gender pay gap reporting

Posted on 17 September 2018 by Your Student Life, Supported

Stacey McIntosh from Sage tells us about the new legislation around the gender pay gap and what you’re required to do. For the past 12 months, in the run-up to new legislation, the gender pay gap has been at the forefront of discussions in business and of how organisations must work to close the gap
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Start-up accelerator

Launch your idea with Start-up Accelerator.

Posted on 23 April 2018 by Your Student Life, Supported

It’s that exciting time of year when we invite you to apply to be part of our 3-day Start-Up extravaganza.  But why should you come along this year…                   Why should you come? Do you have a business idea?  Not sure how to bring it to life?
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Top Qualities that Start-up & SME employers look for when hiring graduates

Posted on 4 September 2017 by Your Student Life, Supported

Sophie from Talentpool tells us what qualities Start-ups look for when hiring graduates… Working for a startup or SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) can be a fantastic way of kick-starting your graduate career; with the opportunities they offer to develop a wide skill set, have a real impact on the business and the fun work
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Why we must be careful not to stereotype all students as ‘lazy layabouts’

Posted on 7 August 2017 by Your Student Life, Supported

Iheanyi, Enterprise Officer, explains why all students should not be labelled as ‘lazy’…                       While I do not believe for one second that we all feel this way about all students (both higher and tertiary level) or all young people for that matter, you can’t
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Interview with an academic: Enterprise in the curriculum

Posted on 20 June 2017 by Your Student Life, Supported

Lecturer in Media and Communications, Caitriona Noonan shares why she got involved with Enterprise and Start-up and how we helped her… In autumn 2016 the Enterprise and Start-up Team worked with Dr Caitriona Noonan from the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies to design and deliver seminars to help her students pitch commercial ideas.
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Interview with an Entrepreneur: Löyn Toys

Posted on 25 May 2017 by Your Student Life, Supported

Recent Cardiff University graduate and entrepreneur, Veronika Lazarenko, shares how she brought her #ideastolife and started her own business… “Löyn Toys” is a company which offers sensory toys and products for children and young people to enhance their sensory experience and to stimulate their senses. The products of the company help with sensory integration, development of
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Enterprising Summer

How to have an enterprising summer

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Your Student Life, Supported

Enterprise Manager, Rhys, shares his tips for an enterprising summer… Summer is the perfect time to try something new; safe in the knowledge that you’ll be back in tutorials come October. Why not step out of your comfort zone with these tips for an enterprising summer.
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