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Ennis & Co are delighted to again support the Autocar Great Women in the British Car Industry event this year. You may note there has been a slight name change to the previous initiative, which is in order to recognise women working within the sector based in Britain from overseas, as well as those working...
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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...
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It goes without saying that 2020 is an exciting new era for automotive. With the continued growth of alternatively fuelled vehicles, new and improved digital platforms, as well as the advancements moving forward with vehicle autonomy; the time for attracting talented individuals to deliver the key skills needed has never been greater. And what better...
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As we enter an exciting new decade for the automotive industry, we find ourselves looking ahead to gauge what’s to come from this pivotal time for the sector. However, we can never truly move forward unless we reflect on what has been.  As you may be aware, the market figures from December 2019 have just...
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Ennis & Co has teamed up with Autocar to launch a nationwide competition aimed at attracting fresh talent to the automotive industry. The new Drivers of Change competition will seek to identify and promote the brightest talents across three key areas: technology, digital and retail. It will also highlight the exciting employment opportunities available in...
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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...
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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.
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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...
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In the competitive world of the automotive industry, candidates need to stand-out from the get-go in order to outshine the competition. It is true that first impressions do count, and experienced recruiters can often sense early on when they have found the perfect candidate. In an industry which sees 856,000 people employed and with an...
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Having been an associate with us at Ennis & Co for almost a year now, we are still so thrilled that Richard continues to support us with his almost limitless industry knowledge. I say almost – as recently he looked at the word ‘limitless’ and commented- ‘that’s a bit worrying!’ His modesty still knows no...
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