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Quote of the Week, w/e 15 May 2015 May 16, 2015

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I have to admit that this week’s quote of the week is quite amusing. This week I caught up with my former Head of Internal Audit friend who was asked to leave. He seemed quite chipper, despite the fact he wasn’t having much success on the interview front. One worrying aspect was that employers no longer want just a plain generalist auditor, they want auditors who are specialists who can critique a system.
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Quote of the Week – WK/E 6 December 2013 December 7, 2013

Posted by Audit Monkey in The Joy & Pain of Internal Audit, Working Life in Britain.
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This week’s quote is courtesy of Audit Monkey’s mother. (Yeah, I know, middle aged man tells his mother about his problems finding employment but we digress.)
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Quote of the Week W/E 15 November 2013 November 16, 2013

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We haven’t had a ‘quote of the week’ for sometime, so without further ado.
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Inexperienced Recruitment Consultants – Part II November 12, 2013

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Inexperienced Recruitment Consultants November 6, 2013

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I’m so bored sitting here completing a job application, I might as well have a moan about my favourite bete noir, recruitment consultants. Brief story, I was recently canvassed about role and according to the recruitment consultant, the client was ‘open’ as to the type or calibre of auditor they wished to recruit. I thought to myself, ‘happy days’ and requested a copy of the job description (or JD in recruiter parlance).
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