Shaking up what recruitment can be
Corporate social responsibility doesn’t have to be flat. Our events and initiatives bring new energy to digital recruitment.
SODA Social is a pioneering innovative networking event that brings together some of the brightest digital technology enthusiasts looking to socialise, expand their knowledge and discuss all things digital! SODA Social delivers innovative ways of thinking, distinguishes opportunities and threats within the industry and understands current and future trends.View Site
We created Ex-Military Careers to help former members of the armed forces bridge the gap from the military to civvy street via employment and proven training courses. Profits raised from Ex-Military Careers and SODA are given to the Ex-Military Foundation which provides CV tips, advice and a mentoring scheme, of which every qualified employee of SODA is a mentor. The Ex-Military Foundation is a registered charity founded by SODA and partners with Walking with the Wounded, Peter Jones Foundation and the Royal British Legion to sign post welfare and rehabilitation in addition to providing it's own assistance with employment and training courses.View Site
Diversity is an action, inclusivity is cultural, and belonging is a sensation. We are a not-for-profit devoted to empowering diversity and inclusion in the technology space. A balanced and diverse workforce drives innovation and businesses need to do more than attract and retain women into their communities, we exist to bridge that gap. Our goal is to inspire, empower and diversify the technology world, one meetup at a time.
Whether you’re 10 years deep or a fresh face, we can’t wait to meet you! We are a group that celebrates the achievements of women who have overcome the barriers they face within the tech space. This is the perfect opportunity to engage with tech enthusiasts looking to expand knowledge, socialise and celebrate diversity and inclusion within the technology space. Get involved, engaged and empowered.
At Soda we encrouage our employees to participate in the many charity events we do each year, from bake offs to skydiving and this year we've raised £46,480 so far. We are always looking for our next challenge and below are some of the challenges we've tackled as a team.
Glitch is a small but ambitious not-for-profit organisation that exists to end online abuse. We want to see an increase in digital citizenship across all online users. We strive to instil the belief that our online community is as real as our offline one and that we should all be working to make it a better place. Fix the glitch now for a safer web tomorrow.
To date, Glitch has presented at the 38th United Nations Human Rights Council, delivered our Digital Citizenship Citizenship workshop to 2,000 young people across the UK and Europe and over 30 individuals in public life received our bespoke Digital Resilience Training. Glitch’s work was praised in UK Parliament last year and is featured in Amnesty International’s Write for Rights Campaign 2018.
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