Weekly Roundup

Weekly Roundup – Week 16


Weekly Roundup – Week 16

Level 3 Improvement Technician & Level 4 Improvement Practitioner Apprenticeship

Considering workforce development?

Look no further! Take a look at a brief overview of our Level 3 Improvement Technician and Level 4 Improvement Practitioner Apprenticeship offering, covering:

  • Continuous Improvement
  • Lean Principles
  • Six Sigma
  • Level 3 Improvement Technician & Level 4 Improvement Practitioner
    • Course Contents
    • Delivery Model

If you would like more information then contact us and one of our experts will be in touch.

We’re looking for a Freelance Consultant to deliver Apprenticeships Nationally

Are you a consultant experienced in either HR or Learning & Development delivery?

We are looking for someone to deliver apprenticeships on a national basis following a blended delivery approach.

  • Level 3 HR Support
  • Level 3 Learning & Development Practitioner
  • Level 5 People Professional
  • Level 5 Learning & Development Consultant Business Partner

If you’re interested and would like more information, or an informal chat: kelly.lee@gempartnership.com


HR Officer – Durham

Assistant Accountant – Hebburn

Maintenance Engineer – Newton Aycliffe

Health & Safety Manager – Newton Aycliffe

Installation Technician – Hebburn



FLT Counterbalance (3 shift) – Newton Aycliffe

Production Operative – Newcastle

Production Planner – Newton Aycliffe

HR Assistant – Middlesbrough

Funding crisis threatens vulnerable jobseekers

Academics at De Montfort University have exposed the devastating impact of funding gaps on third-sector organisations (TSOs) helping those furthest from the labour market into work, education or training… continue reading

Firms ‘gearing up for growth’ with job ads on the rise, latest data finds

Despite fresh REC figures revealing an increase in recruitment postings in the past month, experts warn labour market is ‘not out of the woods yet’

There were 848,004 new job postings in March 2024 – a 4.2 per cent rise on the previous month, the REC’s latest Labour Market Tracker has found… continue reading

What’s on the horizon for employment law reform?

Jonathan Chamberlain provides a quarter-by-quarter update of important legislative changes in 2024 that businesses need to be prepared for… continue reading

Unemployment and economic inactivity ‘higher now than in the depths of pandemic’, new ONS figures show

Employers urged to attack the problem ‘head on’ by prioritising employees’ wellbeing in hiring and retention efforts.

Unemployment and economic inactivity in the UK both increased in the last three months, data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown, sparking concerns over the economy… continue reading 

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, a fantastic annual opportunity to raise awareness of bowel cancer and funds to support our work.

The earlier bowel cancer is spotted, the more treatable it’s likely to be. In fact, more than 9 in 10 people survive bowel cancer when it is diagnosed at the earliest stage. However, this drops significantly when diagnosed at the latest stage… continue reading

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