By

Lynda Ennis
It can’t just be me that thinks we’re getting more productive during these unprecedented times… As a daughter of two elderly parents (one is 95), I have, like so many others, paid them visits with packages and communicated through the window to  each other. In all my years of knowing and loving my parents, I...
Read More
I’m all for setting ambitious targets but the government’s surprise decision to bring forward the ban on selling new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars in the UK from 2040 to 2035 at the latest concerns me greatly. Revolution is no good without evolution, and the industry still has an awful lot of evolving to do...
Read More
We’re living in highly disruptive times – especially in the automotive sector. This was abundantly clear listening to the presentations and discussions at our annual Advisory Board meeting earlier this month, where the topics ranged from the radical digital and technological transformation taking place in our industry to developments in diversity and inclusion. As executive...
Read More
What I had thought was a problem for job-seekers in their fifties and older is, apparently, now being experienced by some candidates in their mid-to-late forties – a worrying trend at a time when the UK population is getting older.
Read More
Imagine a scenario where the selection panel for a senior executive role rejected a shortlisted candidate purely on the grounds that they were female, black or disabled. Seems pretty unthinkable, doesn’t it? Now consider a scenario where a candidate is turned down because they are in their fifties, despite having all the necessary experience and...
Read More