After winning the Top Employers for Working Families Special Awards last year, our Civil Service Job Share Finder platform has been nominated for another award with The Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (ENEI). Our project with the Civil Service, which is essentially a job-share version of a ‘dating site’ for Civil Servants, has been nominated under the category ‘Impact under Innovation’.
Earlier this week, BrightLemon bought their own version of The Great British Bake Off to their co-working space, Edspace, in an effort to raise money for those affected by the recent UK terror attacks. Several members of Edspace spent the weekend getting messy in their oven mitts and putting their baking books to good use for the fun-filled, flavourful competition.
A fun-filled fundraising event
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The needs of employees in the UK have changed drastically in the last few years. With more commitments and increasing caring responsibilities than any previous generation, job flexibility has become a must. Not just for the workforce, but for any employer that wants their business to succeed in the competitive UK economy.
We are extremely proud to have played a part in the delivery of the Civil Service Job Share Finder project, which won the most competitive Innovation award at the Top Employers for Working Families Special Awards 2016 last month.
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The aim of this project – still under development – is to develop a data visualisation application. It must be multi-purpose, able to be used again and again, and to display datasets in innovative and interesting ways. The data visualisations must be accessible to all web users and easy to share. The datasets could be from big data, live data, or website data.