There is always something special about January. After the delights of Christmas and the recent cold snap we have been shivering through, that might strike you as an odd claim. However, hear me out and bear in mind the fact that I work in recruitment… Be it a New Year’s resolution or people simply having
It really doesn’t matter anymore if you don’t know every like and dislike of the people in your life. Thanks to the internet, there are now Christmas lists for all and sundry, which fortunately means there is no need to scratch your head and stress over what to get for your friends and relatives. The
I may well have mentioned to all and sundry last week that the team here at MedComms Professionals planned to do something very special on Thursday 3rd September. We held another of our assessment centres designed to help smooth the way for junior candidates into the medical communications industry. From our keynote speakers in the
Being a brand new graduate can be rough at the best of times. No matter how starry eyed and boosted you are by your recent educational experience, it is highly likely you are not quite ready to leave your university bubble and be thrown out into the real world. Because now you have to job
Now I don’t mean what are you qualified for? I’m not talking about what’s available in the current job market? Deep down, what is it that you really want to do? If we’re going to embrace the whole Americana of it all; what is it that makes you happy? If I chose to go down
When it comes to acquiring candidates for junior roles in MedComms, my job is easy. Occasionally the person on the other end of the phone is unaware of the industry, but soon become hooked after an explanation or they are already sold and raring to go on any entry level opportunities I mention. But why?