Care and Support Jobs Aylesbury Jobs Fair

Our Sister company, Care and Support Jobs are hosting their very own job fair next week and they would like YOU to come along!

Would you or your friends and family describe you as caring, kind, and supportive?

Are you interested in finding out more about a rewarding career in care and support?

Would you like to meet with some of the leading care and support providers in your local area?

It doesn’t matter if you haven’t worked in care and support before, this event is open to you!

The Aylesbury Care and Support Jobs Fair takes place on Tuesday 26th March 2019 – 10am – 2pm.

The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF

Register here to attend:

At the Care and Support Jobs Job Fair you can expect to hear all about the excellent training and support you’ll receive alongside the exciting careers that are available in your local area.

There will also be the opportunity to receive advice from care recruiters on how to write the best CV and hints and tips on preparing for interviews, as well as there being a number of information sessions running throughout the day to explain the different types of care.

#everydayisdifferent when you work in care!

Attend on the day and you could walk away with your dream job.

You’ll also have the chance to win High Street gift vouchers as part of our prize raffle that will be drawn on the day.

For more information call Care&Support Jobs on 0121 713 8347 or email

Interested in applying for care and support jobs now? Visit  today!

Diversity in Construction – BBC Education

We have received some great coverage recently, with being mentioned in a article that was published on BBC Education.

In this article on the BBC ,Cohesion’s very own Early Talent Director, Debbie Edmondson highlights the importance of a diverse workforce.

Cohesion recruited Emily into her role for our client Hanson.

Read the full article here:

Importance of Early Talent Diversity

Diversity within an organisation is about encouraging a wholly-inclusive workforce – embracing employees on different backgrounds, ethnics, and cultural benefits.

Recruiting female graduates into construction is an example of the bigger diversity picture, and the misconceptions that recruiters are having to work to over come.

Improving diversity in your workplace will bring so many additional advantages and positives. First and foremost – the variety of talents, skills, experiences and backgrounds will offer any number of different perspectives on organisational issues, and work the same way for solutions.

A diverse workforce is a versatile one; and with a number of individuals working towards one common goal, there are bound to be a number of unique solutions in any given solution.

Benefits of a diverse workforce:

There are many benefits when it comes to employing a diverse workforce, many of which result in happier and more productive employees.

  • It makes you and your business more competitive
  • Increases productivity and creativity
  • Improves language and communication skills
  • Has a positive impact on brand image and business reputation
  • Encourages good morale
  • Can help tackle UK skills shortage

Combatting Industry Stereotypes:

One suggestion would be to tell those who craft media content & public policy what the role and industry is really all about.

Only an understanding of the true value of the role will ensure that more diverse groups are reached and then engaged with.

Engaging with new audiences means a wider talent pool and a step towards creating a more diverse workforce as well as combatting the skills shortages that many industries are currently facing.

Everything you need to know before applying – GetMyFirstJob

Ahead of National Apprenticeship Week (4th – 8th March), Cohesion’s very own Early Talent Director, Debbie Edmondson shared her advice on everything you need to know about applying for an apprenticeship.

Debbie’s advice and expert knowledge has now been featured on multiple publications including GetMyFirstJob.

Read the full article here:

This article highlights the key things to consider when looking for apprenticeships, alongside discussing the importance of a CV, how to compile a good one and why your CV should stand out.

Cohesion will be exploring the Early Talent landscape further at our Insight Days that are happening throughout 2019.

Topics include: Candidate Experience as a USP, The State of Early Talent and The Past, The Present and The Future of Early Talent.

If you would like to attend one of our Insight Days or find out more, visit our events page:

Our first Insight Day is happening on the 20th March in London.
The afternoon will revolve around Candidate Experience as a USP and will feature three speakers who will in turn present data, trends and thoughts on market best practice .

Find out what other organisations are doing to ensure the experience for candidates is real, transparent and connecting.

If this event sounds like something that you would like to attend, register your interest here: