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The Onrec Awards 2015

Later today is the Onrec Online Recruitment Awards 2015, for which our humble little organisation has been nominated in the Best Newcomer category (not too shabby)!

Unfortunately, due to prior commitments, we won’t be able to attend the award ceremony, which we’re really gutted about to be honest with you.

We’re so gutted in fact, that, to cheer us up a little bit, we decided to see what it might perhaps look like if we were able to attend the event.

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What a gorgeous group of individuals, don’t we just look smashing?!

Hopefully next year we can be there without the aid of Photoshop, but until then, fingers crossed that we emerge victorious tonight and we wish all the best to everyone attending. Good luck to you all!

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The Evolution of Women in Business [INFOGRAPHIC]

There’s been great progress made towards gender equality in the workplace, but there’s still a long way to go. In celebration of how far we’ve come so far, here’s a lovely, informative infographic about the women who, over the past 100 years, have shaped the business world as we know it and continue to do so to day.RuVNG61


Thanks to Cornerstone OnDemand for the infographic

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Weird Job Wednesday: The Weird Job Photo Project

This Weird Job Wednesday we’re doing something a little different by taking a look at Nancy Rica Schiff’s photography project “Odd Jobs: Portraits of Unusual Occupations”.

Nancy basically went all over the US for over ten years taking photos of and talking to people with really weird jobs. As this is something clearly rather close to our hearts we decided that this Weird Job Wednesday we would pay tribute to Nancy’s amazing photographs by showing you a few of them right here. If you’ve been an avid Weird Job Wednesday follower you may even recognise a couple of peculiar professions from previous posts:

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Top 5 Celebrity Side-Jobs

People from all walks of life often take second jobs, mostly for an extra level of financial support, but more and more people are taking second jobs so they can pursue their hobbies and interests more actively than their primary job allows. Pursuing a second job, ‘just for fun’ isn’t something most people can afford to do, it’s a luxury reserved for the wealthy few, which is why celebrities, as you’d expect, are an absolute gold mine of interesting, strange and often rather successful, secondary jobs.

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