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Facebook creates 800 jobs as it opens new London office

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By the end of next year about 2,300 people will work for the social media company in the UK. The office will be Facebook's biggest engineering hub outside the US, and opens during its tenth year in the UK. Nicola Mendelsohn, Facebook's Europe, Middle East and Asia vice-president, said the company was "more committed than ever to the UK". She said Britain's "entrepreneurial ecosystem and engineering excellence" made it an ideal location for technology firms. The seven-floor building at Rathbone Place, near Oxford Circus in central London, wa... Read More »

Diageo recognised as world’s 11th best workplace by Great Place to Work®

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Diageo, the world’s leading premium drinks business, announced today that it has been recognised as the 11th World’s Best Workplace by Great Place to Work®, being included in the top 25 for the seventh consecutive year. Diageo ranked 2nd highest among the FMCG companies listed and is the only beverages company represented in the top 25. This year, Diageo also received local Great Place to Work® distinctions in Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela. Mairead Nayager, Human Resources Director, commented: “We are delighted to be r... Read More »

Advance Your Career With The New Breakthrough Book, “You Got the Job! Turn Your Career Dreams into Reality”

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Career business Professionals and Job Seekers have a new breakthrough book being launched on March 20th, 2017 by influential Executive Recruiter and author, Angelo Giallombardo. This practical, hands on book helps career professionals to advance their careers through a proven system to get the job of their dreams within 60 days. Career professionals face new career and job acquisition challenges daily. They often lack the practical skills, knowledge, strategies, and tactics to get the job they’re desperate to find. Based on over 15 years of ... Read More »

ExxonMobil Announces Retirement of Ken Cohen and Expected Election of Suzanne McCarron as Vice President of Public and Government Affairs

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It is anticipated that the board of directors will elect Suzanne McCarron as vice president, Public and Government Affairs, Exxon Mobil Corporation. McCarron is currently general manager, Public and Government Affairs, and president, ExxonMobil Foundation, the primary philanthropic arm of the Exxon Mobil Corporation in the United States. The ExxonMobil Foundation is focused on creating economic opportunities for women, support for math and science education and efforts to combat malaria. A native of Peoria, Illinois, Cohen joined Exxon USA i... Read More »

Nathan Jurczyk of SBGA judges Cal State Fullerton’s senior students in preparation for their business careers

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April Morris, Business Instructor at Cal State Fullerton is preparing her students for the real world by throwing them in front of the sharks. April Morris hosted a Financial Statement Analysis and Valuation class that was held on the school's Irvine campus where she recreated episodes of the reality television show "Shark Tank." During this show, participants try to persuade a panel of wealthy entrepreneurial judges to invest in their business idea. In the classroom version of "Shark Tank," April created teams of four to six students who... Read More »

MasterCard in reach ™ Benefits Platform introduced to help advance millennials’ career and financial goals

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By 2017, millennials’ spending power is expected to surpass that of baby boomers, yet a majority of these young consumers lack core financial literacy skills and access to tools and information to help them succeed. To address this need, MasterCard has introduced the in reach benefits platform for issuers looking to engage this all-important customer segment. The platform includes tools to help millennials as they embark on their career and personal financial journey. Issuers can incorporate the in reach platform onto any credit, debit or pr... Read More »

Keepmoat fixes up career for tenant who installs his own kitchen

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Ian Barnes, a former self-employed carpenter, was looking for work in the summer of 2012 when contractors for housing and regeneration specialist Keepmoat came to his house to fit a new kitchen. When the 31-year-old asked tradesmen if they had any jobs going he was unexpectedly given the chance to show off his skills – by fitting his own kitchen! Now enthusiastic Ian, from Tredegar, near Ebbw Vale in South Wales, is a Site Manager on a £6m housing development in his home town after securing two promotions in just 13 months. Ian was liv... Read More »

Feender.com – Spending Small

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Nowadays almost all the internships are paid. The amount of money one can receive belongs to most important factors students and alumni take under consideration while choosing internship destination. Most common mistakes they – we – make is simply looking at the amount of money and saying “well, they pay a lot. Count me in!” or “meh, I wouldn't be able to sustain myself with this little cash”. Why is it a mistake? Most people forget that it's not just the amount of money that counts – it's also how much everything costs in the country where ... Read More »

Feender.com – Cease and Desist

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Let's Start With Obvious If you already have some experience with applying for jobs you may as well skip this part. For all the others – give the list below a quick rundown. - How does your CV look like? Is it tidy and eye-catching with most important points of your career written in bolds? In some companies people responsible for preliminary choosing potential candidates spend as little as a few seconds to decide whether forward it to higher-ups or to recycle bin. If you are not sure whether it is fine or not, you can browse through appr... Read More »

Atos Scottish triathlon stars get an early look at Glasgow 2014 venue as they gear up for Ambassadorial roles

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David McNamee, currently ranked 16th in the world, and Marc Austin, World Junior silver medallist, were at Strathclyde Country Park as part of their new Ambassadorial roles with Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games supporters’ international IT services company Atos, to see for the first time the way in which the venue is shaping up for the Games. David (26) and Marc (20) will work with the Atos team in the run up to and after Glasgow 2014 to amplify the company’s partnership with Glasgow 2014 and highlight the importance and relevance of informat... Read More »

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