Eagle Eye, based in East London, aims to transform the way brands think about ethnic markets and diversity Eagle London, the UK’s leading Black-owned comms agency, has launched a new consultancy aimed at helping clients of all shapes and sizes to fix their cultural competency issues. Following the Black Lives Matter movement, we have seen …
Month: October 2021
Finding the right job is a challenge in itself, but finding one when you’re an LGBTQ+ jobseeker can come with its own set of concerns.
We spoke to Three Whiskey’s Talent Director, Derek Walters, who identifies as a gay man, to get his approach on job hunting when you’re a member of the LGBTQ+ community, and which specific questions to ask.
CMA members, Texthelp will be partnering with the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) for a webinar on their 8 step plan to create and manage accessible websites and content.
Join Craig Abbott, Head of Accessibility at DWP and Donna Thomson, Inclusive Content Specialist at Texthelp to explore how you can gain business buy-in and prioritise action. And discover best tips to creating accessible and readable content.
New research reveals that brand content has become a powerful tool in the purchase decision-making process for everyday Australian consumers. The study uncovers the powerful human stories and statistics that demonstrate how content brings the purpose and value of brands to life for everyday Australians, and validates why content marketing spend continues to grow. Read the key findings from the study on the power of brand content.
The popularity and availability of ATS software means organisations filtering through high volumes of applications. For jobseekers, this means that it’s now especially important to make sure your CV is digitally optimised and attractive to bots so you don’t slip through the cracks. Three Whiskey has compiled a list of steps for you to take to digitally optimise your cv to make a change in career.