Monthly Archives: March 2016

Graduate internships are essentially opportunities to increase your knowledge around a particular job role whilst gaining valuable experience. These internships come in a variety of forms that can range from weeks to a number of years depending on the job at hand. Many companies use internships as a probation period with every intention of hiring

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When applying for a training contract or vacation scheme, your covering letter will probably be the first thing a legal recruiter looks at. Get their attention for all the right reasons using this handy guide. SEE ALSO: Five Tricky Interview Questions and How To Answer Them “Your covering letter creates a powerful first impression, so

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  Here we have five tricky questions predominately asked by employers in interview scenarios. It’s easy to get thrown off by questions that are unexpected, so we’ve compiled a list of responses that you can use to fire back answers that show you in the best light possible. The First Employ Formula To Passing Your

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Commercial awareness is prized by graduate recruiters across the board, in career sectors ranging from law to engineering. It is to the world of business what night-vision goggles are to midnight assaults: with it, you can operate on a professional level, but without it you won’t know what is going on, and your chances of

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There has never been a law more apt than the one I will now share with you. But first a question: Why is a work day 8 hours? Why not 7? Why not 9? Well. Parkinson’s Law states that ‘work expands so as to fill the time available for it’s completion’. First established in The

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Have you ever heard of people who suffer from exhaustion and wonder what that even means or where it came from? That sort of burnout isn’t something that just happens overnight. It’s an accumulation of continuous behavioural habits, usually ones that are work related. And one day the person physically cannot and will not be

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