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Increase your job chances with Excel

If you are looking for an internship or graduate role, don’t underestimate the importance of basic computer skills. By this I mean the Microsoft Office suite of programs: Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint in particular; programs like Access, Visio and Publisher would be a plus. 273 more words

Career Advice

And... it's really quite fun!

First year trainee Geoff Dragon answers some questions on his experiences in our Commercial & Technology team.

You’re now halfway through your seat in the Technology team. 419 more words


Route to qualification

Our latest blog is written by newly qualified lawyer Beth Price.

I have recently qualified into Taylor Vinters’ Commercial Disputes team, having done seats in Rural, Corporate, Property Litigation and Employment during my training contract. 424 more words


The STEM war


Anybody working in the HR attraction space at any cerebral level should be familiar with the much publicised War for Talent study released by McKinsey and Co in 1998. 767 more words


Welcome to our new blog.

We will be providing an insight into what it is like to work at Taylor Vinters as a trainee, give you information on training contracts and vacation schemes, and generally keep you up to date with the world of graduate recruitment at Taylor Vinters.


Graduate Recruitment

How to express yourself with confidence in an interview

Confident communication skills help us to make and maintain good connections. They are essential for securing a job and vital traits once you are employed. Each year the… 684 more words

Careers Advice

Setting yourself up for success on LinkedIn

Recently representatives from LinkedIn came to present to a group of students on “Setting yourself up for success on LinkedIn”. They broke the hour and half session into three main sections: 201 more words

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