Nominations open for the Student Employee of The Year Awards 2017

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Be a part of the UK’s largest student awards and get the reward you deserve for working alongside your studies and you could be Student Employee of The Year 2017 (SEOTY). 

Amazing companies don’t exist without exceptional employees. Make sure your boss nominates you for your hard work and in return, why not nominate them in the best employer category.

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A SEOTY nomination will give you a stand out CV when applying for jobs. This is your chance to be a regional winner in the categories below;

  • Above and Beyond Award – The category for student workers who regularly go above required duties.
  • Step Up To Leadership Award – The category celebrating future Managers and business leaders.
  • Commercial Impact Award – The category for student workers who have made an impact on the profits or sales of a business.

All nominees are invited to our SHU Awards evening where winners will be announced who will then go on to the regional and then national awards to be crowned National Student Employee of The Year 2017.

Send your boss the link and nominate now for the reward you deserve. Nominations open until Wednesday 19th April 2017.

Send the link to your boss or nominate your employer at: http://www.nases.org.uk/seoty

University tops student satisfaction survey

A UK student survey has seen Sheffield Hallam University secure top spot for employability.

Sheffield Hallam came first out of 28 UK Universities in the Student Barometer survey, for students satisfied that the learning they undertake during their studies will help them to get a good job when they graduate.

It also came first for students satisfied with the opportunities to earn money while studying, and for the availability of financial support.

Sheffield Hallam was second in the student survey for the quality of its career advice services and in its opportunities for work experience during study.

Paul Helm, assistant director of student and learning services at Sheffield Hallam, said: “We’re delighted with the results of this year’s Student Barometer survey and that our students rate us so highly for employability.

“Employability is a crucial component of our courses and as an institution we place a huge emphasis on preparing our students for the world of work. That’s why Sheffield Hallam offers more courses that contain a year on an industry work placement than any other institution in the country.

“We will continue to work hard to ensure our students consistently receive high quality support throughout their studies.”