News and Updates from FWA
Have you ever vented your frustration about something on Facebook or a similar social networking site? We are sure most people will have at some stage. The growth of social networking in the last decade has resulted in it becoming one of the most popular ways of communicating with friends and colleagues as well as […]
I am very pleased to announce that Stephanie Togneri-Alexander has joined the team at FWA as a Temporary Administration Assistant. Stephanie will be working closely with our recruitment consultants, administration and marketing teams to provide extra support in light of Jade Orr going off on Maternity Leave. Stephanie has an interesting background and has spent […]
After receiving an offer of employment, you must consider whether it is going to benefit you and give you the opportunities that you are looking for. If you decide accepting this new position is the right decision, be prepared for a strategic amount of persuasion from your current employer. For employees to leave it is […]
I joined FWA three years ago primarily in the marketing team, but I was quickly immersed in all aspects of the business. My role has developed over the past three years and I am now a Marketing Specialist and work closely with Admin and Operations as well as supporting the Recruitment team. This means no […]
The Preconception of recruitment agencies is that they are solely fee focused, do not fully care or understand your job search or needs. There is nothing worse than sending your CV off to a recruitment agency or even a potential employer, with expectations of a reply, and then to be left high and dry. You […]
Thank you for being part of FWA’s success over the last 20 years! We greatly appreciate and value your hard work. I’m sure we could write a book on all of the changes we have gone through and those who have come and gone and we’ve managed to have many laughs and great times along […]
It is no wonder people are moving to the Channel Islands, with the lure of the perfect work-life balance on top of the scenic beaches and that relaxed European lifestyle. The Channel Islands can offer you more than you know whether it is for a few years or for life.
The dos and don'ts of a successful interview
You possibly didn’t choose a career in law to develop your selling skills. Or perhaps you see yourself more as a strategic manager developing business and re-branding the firm.
FWA passes the Compliance exam with flying colours!