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Why Defence needs to think more like a start up

Last year has taught us that we cannot be complacent in funding our defence sectors — one need only look at the invasion of Ukraine to see how possible global threats are on any shore. While a globalised economy has its many benefits, we now know that it does not mean harmony will endure between nations — not everyone will always follow the same rule book.

Leading UK companies sign commitment to hire veterans

Six major UK employers have become the first organisations to sign a commitment to help armed forces veterans and their partners find meaningful employment in technology and digital roles after leaving the military.

Deploying Super Teams with EY and Capita

WithYouWithMe has special partnerships in place with a number of the world's leading advisory and consulting firms to offer organisations access to 'Super Teams' to deliver large and complex technology projects to Defence and Government.

Building robust cyber capabilities from the ground up

As part of Australia’s commitment to security in the Pacific, DFAT partnered with WithYouWithMe to assist the Papua New Guinea (PNG) Government to establish a National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

Atos puts diversity at the heart of recruitment efforts

Atos has partnered with WithYouWithMe to fix their digital skills gap by hiring diverse tech talent into their organisation. The new recruits all come from under-represented parts of society, and have been carefully selected using WYWM’s technology platform, Potential.

Northrop Grumman finds diverse new talent to help fill its digital skills gap

Northrop Grumman is deploying a proactive and creative new approach to bringing talent on board its growing business, amidst the challenging backdrop of a digital skills shortage in the market. 

BAE System's mission to increase employment for veterans

Defence powerhouse BAE Systems and WithYouWithMe share a vision and mission to employ more veterans and the wider military community, prioritising Potential over experience.

Building a sustainable pipeline of IT talent for the Canadian government

As Canada grapples with declining unemployment and increased job vacancy rates, both private and public sector are forced to rethink their talent strategy to fill the growing demand for resources.

Digital skills and talent: the hard truth

Innovative cultures are misunderstood. The easy-to-like behaviours that get so much attention are only one side of the coin. They must be counter-balanced by some tougher and frankly less fun behaviours.

Performance, preference, postings, and the dark arts of military career management

WithYouWithMe has recently partnered with an Armed Forces agency to develop a pilot program to digitally transform the way career management, performance and posting systems are handled.

The British Army – equipped and ready for the future?

Few will forget the sight of massed Russian armoured vehicles parked in the open during their aborted advance on Kiev in March, easy prey for Ukrainian tank hunting patrols.

Workforce Planning: Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday

Workforce planning is the process an organisation uses to analyse its workforce and determine the steps it must take to meet current and future staffing needs. It also involves determining the most efficient and cost-effective methods to recruit and retain talent.
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