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My first memory when joining the recruitment industry a couple of months ago was that of a headache for the whole of the first week! There was so much to remember and I couldn't, for the life of me, remember what the acronyms and abbreviations stood for, so a tip that I soon picked up was...

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26 February 2013
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Alasdair Campbell
IT & Design Manager, Central Services

As I am entering my fourth month of working at Sellick Partnership I feel like I can now let go of the title of 'new girl'. Adding to the pressure of starting a new role is the fact that I moved from a different country and to a different city!   I am originally from Bermuda and made the...

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16 October 2012
Chelsey Newsom

Chelsey Newsom
Consultant, Legal, Public Sector and Not for Profit

As a I have recently had another addition to the family, I thought it appropriate to write about how sleep deprivation could potentially have a negative effect on your work, your attitude and your end results. Babies have no sense of time. In fact, for being awake and asleep at all the...

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18 September 2012
Jonathan Moss

Jonathan Moss
Executive Consultant - Permanent Division, Finance Specialist, Commerce & Industry

I graduated in 2011 with a degree in Accounting from the University of Manchester. At the beginning of my final year, I started applying for graduate schemes with large organisations. I knew that it would be difficult to find a job due to the recession but when graduation arrived ten months...

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14 August 2012
Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson
Accounts Assistant, Central Services

In my previous blog: 'What Smart Students Know' I introduced the topic of how anyone can achieve top grades. This is part two of that blog.   Lesson Two - How to Play the Game The game becomes considerably harder as you reach higher education. Unlike school, university tutors have...

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22 May 2012
Sellick Partnership

Sellick Partnership