A successful internship does two things. It creates a valuable learning atmosphere for the intern, and harnesses fresh talent, ideas and skills for the business at large. But the symbiosis doesn’t happen by magic – it takes blood, sweat and tears (of joy).
Bazinga! You’ve signed on the dotted line. It is literally written into a contract that an exchange of money for time will occur, and the first week at your new job is looming large. Here are 7 things to do that will make your manager want to sleep with said contract under his or her pillow.
Ever wondered what it’s like working in the food and drink industry? We spoke to Popchips, purveyors of scrumptious potato products, to get the low-down.
Yep – when we saw the title of Natasha Hodgson’s slideshow, we thought she was joking, too. But it happened. Because she’s stonkingly brilliant.
Your computer is groaning under the virtual weight of applications, you’ve shortlisted some awesome candidates, and it’s time to take things OFFLINE. Yikes. Interviews ahoy.
If you want to lure extraordinary people in the direction of your company, the copy in your job description needs to be as enticing as a Boston creme doughnut after a week of gastroenteritis-induced fasting. Fortunately, that’s as easy as 1, 2… 7.
Zeroing in on the right talent for your company can be a bit of a headache, but if you hit the bullseye, the results are alchemy. Here, we furnish you with all you need to know about pimping out your company as The Irrefutable Place To Be – whenever and wherever you cast your net.
The connected world is awash with a rising tide of information, opinions, and contradictions. If you’re sinking rather than swimming, peep our 4 steps on how to navigate the stormy seas of online content.
Interviews are for answering questions, not asking them, right? Wrong. We’ve cobbled together a list of killer interview questions to ask employers that will have them begging you not to leave the building – and some to avoid at all costs.