Candid, unusual, unexpected – is there room for individualism and personal expression within the workplace? We all know people bring different skills, strengths and experiences to the workplace and the best teams consist of complementary – not cloned – personalities.
If you’re staring down the barrel of your final few weeks at Warwick, take comfort in the fact this is a good time to graduate and certainly better than at any time since the infamous credit crunch.
It’s been another great year for the B-Hive competition, and as the 2014 award winners were announced this week we thought it was time to share the creative journey of our very own Ben Smith, who was announced the overall winner in the marketing category in 2013.
As a STEM graduate, you’ve probably been told that you’re in demand, something of “a highly desirable commodity”. We keep hearing that the UK is facing a serious lack of skilled STEM workers that could act as a “brake on the economic recovery” (or so says the CBI).
At last! You finally get the news you’ve been waiting for, “We’d like to offer you the job”. You might have visualised this moment before the interview, but nothing can quite prepare you for the moment it happens.