This week saw Jobbio’s Amply network expand globally as we launched our first Australian partnership with Intermedia’s Professional Beauty. Expanding into a new territory is always a gong-worthy moment (and yes, you read that right: We have a company gong). We also teamed up with Fossbytes and look forward to working with the team to connect people with open opportunities.

After our powerhouse of a partnerships team signs a new publisher, the content team gets to work. As always, we’ve spent the past week creating bespoke premium content across all of our partners that speaks to their respective readerships. This week, we’re covering parental benefits, pay transparency and the new UK fintech’s to watch.

Here’s a just a small snippet of the content created in recent days. 

Benefits for parents working in fintech – what’s on offer?

As modern companies, like those in fintech, prioritise benefits for parents and carers, employees are becoming more informed on what to ask for, reports Jobbio contributor Amanda Kavanagh on Finextra. It’s not just parental responsibilities driving change. “Many people in their 30s and 40s fall under the category of the ‘sandwich generation’. This means they are caring for their own children and their ageing parents at the same time,” she writes. 

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Five up-and-coming UK fintechs worth putting on your radar

Fintech is a fast-changing, innovative space. The companies making headway today offer inspiring lessons for entrepreneurs in terms of agility and modernisation. But who are the emerging UK companies of note? Jobbio’s Director of Publishing, Rosaleen McMeel rounds up five compelling company stories over on GrowthBusiness. Not only are they all making waves on the fintech landscape but are currently hiring too. 

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Job hunting: Microsoft leads the way with pay transparency

The lack of compensation transparency in negotiation can often make candidates feel like they’ve been low-balled at best, and duped at worst, but the dial is turning, reports Jobbio’s Senior Content Manager, Kirstie McDermot via VentureBeat. Earlier this month, Microsoft announced that it would be rolling out four new employee workforce initiatives, one of which is adding salary ranges in all of its internal and external job postings across the U.S., beginning no later than January 2023.

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