Odgers Berndtson, the leading global executive search firm, has opened up its latest initiative to UK University students, offering them the opportunity to shadow a top business leader as part of the 'CEO for a day' scheme.
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For most students, university is all about having fun. You’ll spend as much time drinking and dancing as you do being educated, and few people give too much thought to what they’ll do once the experience is over. Those who study vocational courses might already have their career paths mapped out before them, but most of us don’t. It might be the case that you’re happy with this arrangement, but then again, it might not. Although it’s normal not to have your whole life planned out at 18 or 21, experience will always work in your favour. The harsh reality is that once you leave university and start applying for jobs, the empty ‘past employment’ section on your CV will work against you. Unless you go against the grain and fill it up, of course…
Deciding to embark upon a career in finance is a big step, and it’s certainly one that should never be taken lightly. As a result, before you make any final decision about entering the markets, you should ensure that you’ve absorbed as much information about different options as possible. Ben Barlow looks at why you should be aware of different investment products before pursuing a finance career.
Asking for a raise is unfortunately usually both uncomfortable and necessary. We sat down with Lekha Mohanlal from Instant Offices to get ten of their best tips as to how you can make the most of a difficult task, and be most likely to get yourself in the money.
Earlier this month, Lendlease participated in the National Student Pride event for 2016, which was held in Marylebone, on the University of Westminster’s campus there.
16 Hospitality has recently announced the launch of The Hub, a new training course which will offer a varied and ‘hands-on’ opportunity to learn the hospitality trade in the UK.
A new study has revealed that over three quarters of Britons can’t tell the difference between some of the most in-demand jobs in the country and fictional roles taken from Hollywood blockbusters such as Mad Max, The Hunger Games and Inception.
The Institute of Engineering and Technology have warned that the new Government initiative to create 30,000 new apprenticeships in the road and rail sectors by 2020 must be backed up by a focus on quality, rather than simply focusing on numbers.