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GEM Business Unusual Research Group report/in news /by GEM6
Business-Unusual-Remote-working-Changing-employment-and-psychological-contracts_compressed-1-2 Attached is a report which has been produced by former GEMs as members of BURG, the Business Unusual Research Group. BURG is facilitated by the GEM Programme’s partnership with Northern Housing Consortium and enables upcoming housing professionals to look at the changing world of housing from a different perspective, through the eyes of early […]
The GEM Programme and Saffron Housing Partnership/in news /by GEM6
The below article can be found at https://www.saffronhousing.co.uk/news/developing-our-in-house-talent/ Developing our in-house talent We are supporting our in-house talent as 3 members of staff have just joined the GEM Programme. The programme accelerates development for those already in the housing sector by creating challenging and thought-provoking opportunities such as exposure to people and situations they […]
In conversation with Geraldine Howley/in news /by GEM6
In conversation with Geraldine Howley Looking back over Geraldine Howley’s career in housing Free for @CIHhousing members or £20+VAT 19th January 2021 https://www.cih.org/events/in-conversation-with-geraldine-howley
GEM Programme delighted to welcome Riverside as partners/in news /by GEM6
News Release August 2020 Geraldine Howley, Chair of the GEM Programme and Group Chief Executive of the West Yorkshire-based Incommunities Group, is delighted to announce Riverside as new partners of the GEM Programme. The GEM Team will work in collaboration with Riverside to fill six places on this unique career building programme. Four […]
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