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Organisations we’ve advertised positions for in the last year

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Jobs and HR blog posts

Apprentices
9 February 2021
As National Apprentice Week begins, we take the opportunity to look at some of the success stories from our partnership with Multiverse.
Sudanese women waiting in line to fetch water in Al Fashir, capital of North Darfur, Sudan.
12 January 2021
How can pay structures be changed in ways that support equity, localisation and accountability, but ensure delivery of quality programmes? And how can organisations be confident changing their pay systems, without risking their own viability?
Seesaws
15 December 2020
Power analysis seeks to identify and understand overt, hidden, and invisible power dynamics that can perpetuate inequality and lead to staff not speaking up.