Posted on 19/08/2016 by Dan Grace

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A quick Uniform education review with Molly Dickinson. Here is what Molly had to say….

Name: Molly Dickinson
Job Title:  Trainee Recruitment Consultant
Time at Uniform Education: 3 months

What do you like the most about working at Uniform Education?

I really enjoy having the opportunity to speak to a variety of people on a daily basis. I also appreciate that every day is different and therefore working at Uniform Education is very enjoyable.

What were you doing before joining Uniform?

Before joining Uniform Education, I was working in Digital Marketing and Content Writing.

What is the highlight of your career?

This year, an article I published on my blog about some runway shows was shared on the Facebook account of a New York Fashion Week designer that I had written about.

What do you think about the Leadership team at Uniform?

The Leadership team at Uniform Education are informative, supportive and positive people. They make me feel like a valued member of the team and are great to work with.

What are your thoughts about career progression?

My goal is to continue making progress within the company and overtime I would like to earn more responsibilities whilst using and improving my current skills

What has been your biggest achievement?

My biggest achievement so far has been seeing the improvement in my communication with candidates and clients. As my knowledge has grown, I have been able to have in-depth and detailed conversations with people about their current situation and what we can do to provide a solution.

Describe the culture at Uniform…

Uniform strongly value their employees and we are all part of a team. We all believe in working hard and being rewarded for it as well as sharing values of ambition and building strong professional relationships.

What have you enjoyed most about the culture?


I enjoy working with a team who share my professional values as well as support me at this point in my career. There is a real sense of team effort and pride at Uniform Education.

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