Every single day we are inundated with news of brand new developments and innovations. It doesn’t do in this modern life to stand still, as someone brighter and better is bound to come along and sweep you into the gutter. Or at least that is what we are lead to believe.
Hunting for a new job role can really feel like a full time job. You’re constantly keeping an eye out for promising opportunities and feverishly polishing your CV all the while still putting in the hours at your current workplace. The pressure felt during this frantic time is one of the reasons why the recruitment
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.
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
Being British, we are famed across the globe for maintaining that stiff upper lip and keeping all manner of emotion safely bottled up inside. However, we do need to be able to recognise achievement and what better way to do so than with some sincere celebration? So, here’s your pocket sized guide to the world
Some tongue in cheek advice and personal anecdotes Not everyone has the ability to be the perfect candidate; an exceptional specimen of professionalism brimming with a strong/relevant experience, friendly demeanour and raring to go on any opportunities available. Nevertheless there are many different ways to make yourself memorable to people like us and potential employers…both
No, wait. Hear me out! As the glitz and glamour fades away from another stunning awards season here is some insight from someone who didn’t attend a single ceremony. Don’t worry, there is plenty of gossip about what went down at Communique coming up courtesy of Sarah. While you’ve got to be mindful of behaving
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?