This morning, the 21st June and the longest day of the year, we launched’s mobile app for recruiters. This latest step in our online…

This month, the leadership team of agreed a big new goal for the charity, to raise £1 billion for good causes.

Watch’s Chairman, James Reed, put jobseekers’ top ten questions to three candidates from the major political parties.

Back in December, David Oldfield, a colleague from our Birmingham office, suggested through our Reed Think initiative that I put a beehive on the roof of my office.

I shared some thoughts about how best to prepare for interviews with Brian Rose at London Real TV. We talked about the latest edition of Why You?…

City A.M., the business publication, this week published my podcast entitled ‘New year, new you – how to get a new job in 2017’.

Here you can find an excerpt from my interview with Vanessa Feltz on BBC Radio 2, which was also featured on the BBC homepage.

Last night I told Sky News that so far this year 86,000 new jobs had been posted on, an increase of 18% on the same period last year!

Back in the summer, in the wake of the Brexit vote, I said that taxes should be cut. This is a drum I’ve been banging since August…

The question ‘who do you support?’ might bring to mind political parties and sports teams (Chelsea, if you’re asking). It’s not as often that you hear people discussing the charitable causes they’re passionate about.

Whether you like him or loathe him, there’s no avoiding the reality – Donald Trump will be the next President of the United States. He got the job.

When Donald Trump last week tweeted “Soon they will call me Mr Brexit”, commentators were at a loss to explain what he meant.