How remote is changing work and diversity & inclusion

By June 17, 2022For Companies

It’s been a banner week here at Jobbio, where we’ve launched four new partners onto our Amply network. Euronews, The London Economic, TheGradcafe and GrowthBusiness have all announced key partnerships with Jobbio’s Amply network, which will enable them to highlight top career opportunities to their relevant, engaged audiences.

As always, we’ve been busy creating and publishing premium content across our growing partner network. This week, we’re taking a look at the Diversity and Inclusion movement at work, and examining two ways remote working is changing the way we experience our 9-5 – both in where we can actually do the work from, and how we can get a job in the first instance.

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Diversity and inclusionDiversity And Inclusion: Are You Working For An Industry Leader?

The Diversity and Inclusion movement (D&I) has become a powerful agent of change in the workplace over the last ten years, writes Jobbio contributor Jo Linehan on Finextra. Thanks to campaigns such as Black Lives Matter and #MeToo, honest and, in some cases, transformative conversations around workplace diversity, equity, equality, and inclusion are now an essential part of the tapestry of our working lives, she says. 

However, there is still a lot of work to do to achieve D&I across all industries, even though recent developments illustrate the positive progress being made in reaching an altogether fairer and more exciting work environment. 

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Three top tech jobs you can do from anywhere in the world

Long before 2020, there were whispers within certain industries around the question: “Do we really need to come into the office every day?”, writes contributor Susan Armstrong on VentureBeat

Sure, there may be Zoom fatigue and increased isolation, but for most there’s also better work-life balance, less commute stress and location independence. She rounds up three companies offering work-from-anywhere benefits you can look to if remote working is your way forward.

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3 Tips For The Best Remote Interview You’ve Ever Had

Continuing the theme of remote working, video interviews are going nowhere, writes Jobbio’s Senior Content Manager Kirstie McDermott on our partner City A.M. Companies have cottoned on to the ease and speed of tools such as Teams, Google Meet and Zoom, and it’s far more likely these days that some or all of a new hiring process will happen remotely. 

There are some really big benefits to this, she says: you don’t have to get dressed up from the waist down, you won’t have to spend time and money getting to the company’s HQ and you can literally log on seconds before the interview time – and she has actionable advice for making your remote job interview the best it can be.

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