Sponsorship and Charity

Time to Blow the Dust Off

Our Volleyball Frogs had some bad luck at the start of this season and dropped a couple of games, but since then have rallied back towards the top end of the table, in the hope of once again securing the title - we have put together a couple of match reports to update you all on Leapfrog Volleyball Team's progress so far.   Leapfrog Vs RB Cocquelin The volleyball season kicked off with an…

Leapfrog’s Final Stretch to Victory!

We are delighted to announce that our Leapfrog Vol­ley­ball Team are unde­feated and undis­puted league champions! Leapfrog Vs Situations The evening saw what could be con­sid­ered as the most com­pet­i­tive and high octane mixed match of the sea­son, Leapfrog took on Sit­u­a­tions in an enthralling contest. The first set saw…

Teenage Cancer Trust — Southampton Unit Visit

Leapfrog are very proud to have the Teenage Cancer Trust as their chosen charity for this year. As I also sit on the charity’s committee, I am able to feed back to Leapfrog any information regarding how the charity works and the fundraising efforts achieved, as well as what the proceeds have been used towards. Although the fundraising we do goes towards many projects including research into…

Social Media

Social media has become a staple for most companies over the last couple of years and has been used as a marketing tool to generate interest for your business. Its a quick and easy way to promote your company and it’s personal choice on how you do this news feeds, competitions or general updates on what your business is up to. Facebook is a good way of making sure your name is seen by a large…

Cotswold Adventure

Its all change here at Leapfrog! Claire, our current Office Administrator is leaving Guernsey and heading back to the UK with her family. With this in mind her replacement, Harriet Le Page has spent the last 6 weeks getting associated with the role in order to take over the mantel. Harriet will be in touch with all of our clients over the next month or so in order to introduce herself. Harriet is…

Graduates

Its that time of year where soon to be graduates are contemplating their futures. It can be a daunting time as choices made now could determine how their life pans out. Its important that career decisions are taken seriously and preparation when searching for jobs is imperative in this market place. Potential employers want to know you have researched their company and have a genuine interest in…

Changing Times

As with all areas of finance, compliance has also become an essential part of business for Recruitment Agencies. Once an offer has been made our clients expect a high level of clarification and due diligence before they can progress further. This means putting in a bit of additional work yourselves. Examples of some of the most common documents required are below: Police check, References for…

The Dandelion Project

The underlying motivation behind The Dandelion Project is about bringing the community together to help create a better place for us all to live. We can all sit and moan, which we all do, but the Dandelion Project is giving us the opportunity to actually do something, apart from just sitting and moaning! We all have our own ideas on making Guernsey better, most of which have, over the years,…

Tips on writing your CV

In this market, your CV is your key in opening up the role you desire. Undersell yourself through your CV , and this cost could you that all important initial interview for that role you are so interested in. So how do you write a CV that captures your next potential employer’s imagination? Firstly, and arguably most importantly, make sure you check your CV … and then double check it… and…

Personality v Qualifications by Sir Richard Branson

This article is courtesy of Sir Richard Branson  who says.….. ‘ Most skills can be learned, but it is difficult to train people on their personality. If you can find people who are fun, friendly, caring and love helping others, you are on to a winner. Personality is the key. It is not something that always comes out in interview – people can be shy. But you have to trust your judgement.…

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