Father’s viral BBC interview highlights distractions of remote working
__ The potential distractions of remote working were demonstrated in hilarious fashion this week during an interview for BBC news. During a live Skype interview with BBC News, Professor Robert Kelly, from Pusan National University, was talking about South Korean politics. But it wasn’t the interview that stole the limelight and sent it viral.… Continue reading
BBC proves recruiters prefer ‘Adam’ to ‘Mohamed’ – so why does bias persist, despite legislation?
___ BBC’s Inside Out, which aired this Monday, found a job seeker with an ‘English-sounding name’ was offered three times the number of interviews than an applicant with a Muslim name when applying for 100 roles detailing identical skills and experience. A separate interviewee who featured on the programme explained how he had… Continue reading