The 20th century firmly cemented English in its position as the world language – the remnant of an empire, the tool of our global village, the hammer that broke down cultural walls. But where English thrives, so too do other languages suffer.
Save the whales, save the trees … save the languages! “What’s in it for me?” I hear you cry – well here’s a list of why learning German, in particular, actively improves your life and saves a dying species:
What about working at Euro London?
Michael Classen has been a recruiter at Euro London Appointments for 5 years. Fluent in Italian, he is Associate Manager of the Sales, Marketing and PR Division. Today, here comes again our mini series of articles on “Being a Recruiter”. Last week, Michael told us more about what is recruitment. Today, he shares with us information about what it’s like to work at Euro London Appointments!
January 2015 marks the beginning of a year-long partnership with Mencap, a charity that works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose.
If you want to know more about it, know how much money we’ve raised so far and how we did it…keep on reading!
What is Recruitment?
Find a vacancy, find a person, put the two together and voila ££££’s!
Well, a little more work and effort is needed…
Michael Classen has been a recruiter at Euro London Appointments for 5 years. Fluent in Italian, he is Associate Manager of the Sales, Marketing and PR Division. Today, we are starting a mini series of articles on “Being a Recruiter” and Michael shares with us his vision on the career he has chosen.
Margaret is currently interning as a Resourcer at Euro London Appointments Germany. Recently, she shared with us The Five Essential Qualities of a Good Candidate. Today, she gives us advice on how to succeed in a telephone interview.
Have you ever considered moving to London before? Maybe you have a job opportunity to go there? Or maybe you’re Italian and Rossella’s tips before leaving the “Bel Paese”s convinced you to move to the UK?
Today, Lolonyo shares with us 10 things that want to make you move to London!
For the past three months, I have been working as a Resourcer at Euro London Appointments, searching for suitable candidates for assigned positions on a daily basis. Once the candidates who are perceived to possess the relevant experience and educational background necessary have been found, it is time to get in touch and arrange the mandatory telephone interview, an opportunity for the candidate to create a good first impression, to present themselves appropriately and to discuss their previous experience as well as their skills, strengths and capabilities. I then pass along the résumé of the candidate to the relevant consultant, who will contact them for a second discussion and later decide whether or not to proceed with the candidate and present them to the client for interview. Upon the constant repetition of these resourcing activities, I have quickly learned what constitutes a good candidate. For me, there are five essential qualities that any good candidate should possess…
So you’ve finally finished University, you’re still in Italy and you’ve just started thinking about what your next step will be. A million questions are flowing through your mind and you are seriously considering leaving the “Bel Paese”.
Then suddenly the cosmopolitan and multicultural English capital flashes before your eyes: “why don’t I go to London and build my career and success there?“
Great idea! However, before making this decision, you need to make a list of things to consider and to do before leaving the sunny country – if you really want to have a job and success in the UK.
This Applied Languages student is officially two months into her internship at the Frankfurt Office of Euro London Appointments. The aim of this endeavour was to gain some valuable work experience and of course to improve my level of German. While all is thankfully going well in the office, what of my language learning? Has my German improved over the last two months and in my opinion is applying for an internship at Euro London Appointments a worthwhile investment of the language learner’s time?
Have you been convinced by Josh that you should consider temporary work?
Now let’s find out more about being a First Class Temporary Candidate! Caryn, Principal Consultant of our Temporaries Division shares her top tips: