10 new apprentices to start at ludlowthompson
- 16th September 2014
- Our News
ludlowthompson hires new apprentices across its ten London offices.
The apprenticeship scheme at ludlowthompson is into its third year with the announcement that ten new apprentices will be added to the business across the ten London branches.
The total number of apprentices taken on as part of the scheme is now over 30 following two other successful intakes in previous years. Over half of these apprentices have also been kept on as permanent employees.
Some candidates are taken on as young as 16 but have gone on to achieve great results for the company including one apprentice who won the company prize for the most revenue generated in a month, beating other more experienced negotiators. Ludlowthompson’s apprentices are paid more than the average pay for apprentices.
Alexander Rawlinson, Head of Lettings at ludlowthompson, comments: “Our apprentices are a great asset to the business. Not only are they the future of the company but it is a great opportunity for us to be able to really invest in staff from the start of their career.
“It is rewarding to see apprentices arrive with little or no previous work experience and not only do well in their jobs, but also pass their driving test, like other teenagers, in their time with us and go on to become successful professional negotiators.
“The employment market has been challenging for the younger generation in recent years and we at ludlowthompson are very glad to be able to offer some young people the opportunity to kick start their career with us by getting great, paid experience that could lead to a permanent job for the best candidates.”
If you are interested in applying for some of the remaining places on the ludlowthompson apprenticeship scheme, please get in touch with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our apprentices are a great asset to the business. It is a great opportunity for us to be able to really invest in staff from the start of their career.
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