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A job in justice: how to become a solicitor

A job in justice: how to become a solicitor

In Cathedral’s latest blog, we discuss a job in justice and how to become a solicitor. It can be a challenging but rewarding career, so it will involve lots of hard work, but you’ll have plenty of avenues to explore. Visit Cathedral Appointments to find out more.

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Christmas Opening Times

Christmas Opening Times

Please see below for our Christmas opening times

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How to showcase extracurricular activities on your CV and in interviews

How to showcase extracurricular activities on your CV and in interviews

Extracurricular activities? Nope, not a clash with the paranormal, but the little extras on your CV that can elevate you from a good job candidate to a great job candidate. Here are some pointers on how to showcase extracurricular activities on your CV and in interviews.

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10 Tips for Changing Your Career

10 Tips for Changing Your Career

Why waste time in a career that you don’t feel happy in? If you feel that it’s time for a change, here are ten tips.

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Top Questions To Ask At The End Of An Interview

Top Questions To Ask At The End Of An Interview

Interviews are a tricky business, but preparation is key to success. One of the things we recommend for all our candidates to prepare are questions that demonstrate their interest in the position and aptitude. Find out more about our top questions to ask at the end of an interview.

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Team building events: valuable bonding or insufferable time waster?

Team building events: valuable bonding or insufferable time waster?

Team building event: three words capable of sending shivers down the spine of even the most acquiescent employee. But are team building events worth it? Do they get results? Or has the time come to drop the final curtain on what some employees perceive to be the bane of corporate life?

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8 tips for creating a happier, more productive office environment

8 tips for creating a happier, more productive office environment

8 tips for creating a happier, more productive office environment It’s true what they say: you’re a product of your environment. A dull, charmless office isn’t exactly going to inspire your workforce to produce their finest work. But with a little bit of thought, you can transform your nerve centre into a space that’s creative, productive and happy.

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Using AI to recruit employees: is it really all that smart?

Using AI to recruit employees: is it really all that smart?

The future is already here. Tools that use artificial intelligence to help businesses find and hire the ‘perfect’ employee already exist. But are these tools really going to save your business time and money? Or is it a false economy to use AI for recruitment? In short: both answers are correct...

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How to find jobs after graduation in the West Country

How to find jobs after graduation in the West Country

Lots of graduates’ struggle to find employment after completing their studies, but here we outline how to find jobs after graduation in the West Country. Find out more.

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Cathedral Appointments Job Report - April 2018

Cathedral Appointments Job Report - April 2018

Softer rise in perm placements contrasts with steeper increase in temp billings, growth of demand for staff picks up for first time in nine months, steeper decline in overall candidate availability leads to sharper rises in pay.

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What is a hackathon and why should you be interested?

What is a hackathon and why should you be interested?

The workspace is alive with the sound of typing. The collective clatter of keys dancing to the beat of discovery. A hive mind buzzing with the thrum of creativity. That sound you hear is a hackathon: people pulling together in search of a common goal.

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Devon’s digital upgrade: how the local infrastructure is going superfast

Devon’s digital upgrade: how the local infrastructure is going superfast

Rural internet access? You might already be conjuring up imagery of the same old stereotype: pages loading at a painful crawl, image-free text failing to fill the page and connections so jittery you might as well be relying on 90’s dial-up. As for HD streaming? Forget it.

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