ILMJ* BLOG

From contested topics and interesting interviews – to job hunting and career tips. Anything to help you love your job & more 😉

Hiring for diversity: what about LGBTQ+?

5 min read
My name is Chiraag, and I’m a freelance writer and photographer based in London. I am a bisexual male – but saying that so openly hasn’t always been easy. I’m the eldest son of two first-generation immigrants who moved to the UK in the 1970s. As a child, I grew up learning strict gender roles in an environment where being queer wasn’t even considered an option…

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Hiring for diversity: what about ADHD? 

4 min read
Meet Emma Johnson, a freelance writer specialising in neurodivergence, ADHD, and mental health. She aims to combine her personal journey with ADHD alongside her customer service and managerial experience to boost awareness for accommodating, advocating, and celebrating neurodivergence in the workplace…

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Hiring for diversity: What about education? 

4 min read
Meet Bola Anthony, a Publishing MA student currently working for an independent education provider. Bola aspires to work in the education publishing industry, and is passionate about learning, storytelling, and web content creation.  She has previously volunteered as a Mentor for City Year UK; an education charity committed to encouraging young people to support pupils from disadvantaged communities to succeed in school.   After sharing her story, we invited Bola to create a piece for ILMJ’s Community Blog about the dangers of education bias in the hiring process and ways employers and hiring managers can tackle it in the workplace.  

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Certified B Corporation®: How we are re-defining standards as a recruitment agency

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In an industry that is notoriously money driven, I Love My Job is proud to be one of the first ten recruitment agencies in the UK to become a Certified B Corporation. Joining a community of 500+ UK companies who are collectively using their businesses as a force for good, ILMJ’s commitment to making a positive impact on our society and environment is now official, legal and verified.

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