The Job Interview review: we all need a bit of Lorraine in our lives

The Job Interview review: we all need a bit of Lorraine in our lives

I love Lorraine. That’s all there is to it. Lorraine Kitchen, head of human resources at Low Cost Vans, a small vehicle leasing company in Neath, south Wales, is my hope and my salvation. She takes part in the first episode of The Job Interview, Channel 4’s new documentary series, which puts fixed cameras in an office in Westminster and then runs the hell away, to let the stress, horror, potential humiliations and possible delights unfold as unaffectedly as possible. The jobs are real, the companies are real, the ads…

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net Saathi: reworking lives of women via digital education

net Saathi: reworking lives of women via digital education

DHOLPUR: Twenty-5-12 months-old Kamlesh Kumari, a resident of Sirmathura village in Dholpur district of Rajasthan, is deeply engrossed with a tab, trying to find baby healthcare pointers even as her 4-month-antique daughter sleeps on her lap. educated until magnificence eight, Kamlesh craves for know-how. With mobile cellphone internet within the village, she has now discovered a new ray of hope for gaining that know-how. A confident Kamlesh now not just surfs the net but additionally teaches different ladies inside the village.

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