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  • PR Week cover new Creative Access research

    Evie Barrett has written about Creative Access’ new research regarding ‘Generation Post-Pandemic’ and their career expectations. “An employer’s values, commitment to staff wellbeing, and reputation as a good place to work are more important to PR newcomers than a good salary, according to new research.” Read here.

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  • ‘Generation Post-Pandemic’ findings from Creative Access featured in BookBrunch

    BookBrunch have highlighted Creative Access’ recent findings that “new grads” are “looking for inclusive work culture, an organisation’s values, and commitment to employee wellbeing”. Read here.

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  • The Bookseller highlight Creative Access ‘Post-Pandemic Generation’ research

    Creative Access’ recent research into the career expectations of school leavers, students and graduates has been featured in Lauren Brown’s article for The Bookseller. The research found specifically that “salary and diversity among publishing hopefuls’ top employer concerns”. Read here.

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  • New Creative Access research reveals the career expectations and ambitions of this year’s school and university leavers

    Meet “Generation Post-Pandemic”: the first generation to enter the workplace post-pandemic is putting mental health and employer reputation before salary Creative Access, a leading social enterprise specialising in diversity and inclusion, surveyed 800 of this year’s school-leavers, students and graduates to find out what the first generation to enter the workforce post-pandemic – so called […]

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  • Creative Access CEO, Josie Dobrin, talks to The Bookseller about the impact of Black Lives Matter on the publishing industry

    In its article, ‘Book firms in sharp ‘move from talk to action’ after BLM—but work remains‘, The Bookseller spoke to a number of organisations and figures working in the publishing about diversity initiatives in the industry, including CEO and co-founder of Creative Access, Josie Dobrin. “For Creative Access co-founder and executive chair Josie Dobrin, the […]

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  • The Bookseller reports on the Mo Siewcharran fund

    Lauren Brown in The Bookseller reports, that the Mo Siewcharran Fund has supported 27 trainees and awarded more than £132,000 to organisations supporting aspiring talent from Black, Asian and ethnically diverse communities since its launch in 2018. Read the article here.

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