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First Day on the Job Likely to Increase Employee Commitment

Do you remember your first day on the job? The weeks and days of anticipation building up from imagining what your first day would be like. 630 more words


New Requirement ! - SSRS Reports Writer / Report Developer - Surrey, Perm

Skills: SSRS Reports Writer / Report Developer, SSRS, T-SQL. My client based in Woking, Surrey are looking for Reports Writer / Report Developer – SSRS/T-SQL. You must have 5 years commercial experience in SSRS development , T-SQL, experience of taking a project from conception to completion. 105 more words


Role of Recruitment Web Design

As we all know, in today’s world internet is not only a marketing tool, in fact it has become an essential part of our life in many aspects. 357 more words

Web Design

Life as an EY Student Brand Manager – Adam – Lancaster

My role involved promoting EY on campus; raising brand awareness, driving attendance at events and sharing career opportunities with enthusiastic students. In addition, I would keep my campus recruiter updated with potential opportunities on campus, such as society events and information on competitor activities, hence it’s vital that Student Brand Managers know the campus and develop a network throughout the university to access key individuals and channels. 333 more words


Clifford Chance first law firm to win The Graduate Employer of the Year. Cue a frankly un-British outpouring of emotion

Regular viewers of the Hollywood Oscars will know that recipients of the awards are either super cool or madly emotional. Being an American event, the response to victory is one or other of these but never anywhere in between. 1,082 more words

Graduate Recruitment

It's all about the Organisation

The job market is currently very competitive and organisations are inundated with applications for each post. Many of these are from applicants who have the right skills and experience for the post. 227 more words

Job Applications

3 Strategies to Win With a Buyer Every Time

Most sales teams invest a lot of time thinking about winning with their customers, yet go into each meeting totally unprepared. Then they’re surprised when things don’t work out. 532 more words