Why a former printer gives our Foundation the stamp of approval!

Thirty-five year old Gareth Conlon was forced to review his options when mobility problems meant he could no longer continue as a printer.

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Our newest trainee talks about her warm welcome

 

Yet another new starter has entered the Bayford Foundation‘s pioneering training environment. Here, rookie data inputter, Nicola Tuke, 43, talks about her first impressions of working for an organisation with a very progressive approach to helping its people succeed.

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Oh what a week! – An insight from new recruit, Sarah Jordan

It’s been a whirlwind for Sarah Jordan, 26, since starting with The Bayford Foundation as a data cleanser. Despite that, she was able to spare us five minutes to talk about her first week.

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A chat with one of our latest trainees about her exciting first week

 

Georgina Watson, 23, is among our latest new recruits to settle into the Foundation. We grabbed five minutes with her to glean an insight into her fast moving first week as a data cleanser with our busy team.

How did you come to be employed by the foundation?

I was introduced by Interserve, which provides skills, education and employment services and works closely with the Foundation. I had an icebreaker chat with Foundation Manager, Nick Elletson, at their offices, then I was invited up to Hunslet for a formal interview with Nick and data inputter, Chantelle Robinson and I was offered the job a week later.

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Now the interview is over … how do you follow up?

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Having shared some tips and techniques on how to prepare for an interview, and how to keep your cool at an interview – we’re putting the spotlight on what to do next.

This is a challenging time when you feel in limbo waiting to hear if you got the job. You’re probably also feeling relieved that the preparation and the interview itself is over – as well as feeling nervous about the outcome.

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