The New Hires section of Chief Learning Magazine is a great space for organisations, employers and individuals to celebrate new talent. This can be as simple as an announcement for fulfilling new roles, or discovering successful candidates to replace those moving on; or even high-flying graduate scheme superstars who have gone on to be hired.
Celebrating New Hires – Education Industry, Training, Course Provision
We would expect all New Hires information provided to us in either a Wildcard release or through an official submission, as being accurate and truly reflective of the person being celebrated and promoted publicly in our magazine.
Simply navigate to the Submit News page where you’ll be able to access to publications store, and choose the appropriate announcement / appointment relevant and accurate to your needs. We guarantee publication within 72 hours of submission of your post from the store.
Tips for New Hire Announcements
It really is up to the org, business or the individual.
If you are announcing your own job or employment as an appointment, we would expect you to have satisfied your employer by gaining their permission first (…but only if you need it!) to make this kind of announcement – or as a basic courtesy and to ensure we are printing factual, sustainable information.
If you haven’t – please ask. We cannot ask on your behalf (and we can’t believe we have to print this guidance, but we do).
Q. Wait? I am announcing a self-appointment, start-up or self-employment
A. If you’re working for yourself, simply add this information in to the release and we will add this to either Start Ups, Scale Ups or Individuals – whichever is most appropriate or preferably, based on the box that you tick during the submission process.
New Hires in Membership Organisations
We accept appointments and announcements happily, as long as your membership organisation is externally ratified, an NGO, public, a provider of Continuing Professional Development – or all three.
In extenuating circumstances, the Chief Learning Magazine team will accept orgs which do not meet these pre-requisites only if your organisation has a clear level of public scrutiny which means that director, finance and/or shareholders are both reachable on a public record which is known in the industry beyond that of your own website. For example, in the UK, a Community Interest Company will exist on the government records for companies.
Sadly, the reason we ask for this is due to the sheer number of organisations and “networks” (including network marketing feints and “Boards” which have no policy transparency beyond their own websites) which attempt to forge the appearance of a legitimate organisation or NGO.