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Largest oil fields in the world
Largest oil fields in the world
In order to meet the world’s growing demand for energy, oil and gas companies invest heavily in developing their oil fields. However, with resources declining – which oil fields have the most left? WRS investigates. 10 – Aghajari ...
Posted by: Mark Burslem
09/10/20
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Which countries in Europe have opened their borders?
Which countries in Europe have opened their borders?
Across the world, countries have begun opening their borders after weeks of closure during the Coronavirus pandemic. In Europe, the situation is still uncertain, and each country is imposing its own timetable and rules for re-opening its borders. F...
Posted by: Mark Burslem
15/07/20
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Thinking about a move abroad to develop your career?
Thinking about a move abroad to develop your career?
If you’re thinking of moving overseas to widen your career prospects, we’ve collected the best advice from our experts at WRS. Here are eight top tips to starting a successful career overseas. Why do you want to move abroad? Before...
Posted by: Mark Burslem
14/05/19
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New UK Government Guidance released on Minimum Wage for Seafarers in UK Waters
New UK Government Guidance released on Minimum Wage for Seafarers in UK Waters
New UK Government guidance has been released today regarding the UK National Minimum Wage for Seafarers.This means that all seafarers must be paid the UK National Minimum Wage or National Living Wage if aged over 25, which are set at present at &poun...
Posted by: Matthew Spells
18/01/18
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"Why Oil Prices Fluctuate" an Infographic from Visualistan
"Why Oil Prices Fluctuate" an Infographic from Visualistan
The below infographic, taken from Visualistan, is a fantastic, comprehensive look at why Oil prices fluctuate, detailing explanations for rise and fall of prices, as well as what these can mean for the sector at the time.   Feel free to co...
Posted by: James Cant
04/10/17
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A Quick Guide to Living and Working in... Stavanger, Norway!
A Quick Guide to Living and Working in... Stavanger, Norway!
Stavanger is Norway’s third-largest urban zone and fourth-largest principality, with an estimated population of 130,000. Stavanger won the 2008 title of European Capital of Culture along with Liverpool of the UK. Renowned for its oil industry s...
Posted by: Kevin Delhaye
25/08/17
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How to Survive during Bring Your Bacteria To Work Season
How to Survive during Bring Your Bacteria To Work Season
As we approach Autumn (the Fall) (21st September), some people in offices and non-office jobs all over the world are suffering the paradoxical “summer cold”. Despite the heat and the cover-your-eyes sunshine, the sweats people are getting...
Posted by: Kathie Higginson
18/08/17
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Welcome to WRS: Stacy Hidden!
Welcome to WRS: Stacy Hidden!
As part of our business growth in 2017, WRS has been working to bolster our successful teams with new talent - both fresh trainees full of potential such as recent newcomers Andrew Cannon and Joss Stott, and experienced veterans of the recruitme...
Posted by: Stacy Hidden
14/08/17
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Welcome to WRS: Andrew Cannon!
Welcome to WRS: Andrew Cannon!
As part of our business growth in 2017, WRS has been working hard to bolster our successful teams with new talent - both fresh trainees full of potential, and experienced veterans of the recruitment world who already have a database in their brain, f...
Posted by: Nina Dransfield
04/08/17
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They make you do WHAT? 6 Peculiar Employments Laws Across the Globe...
They make you do WHAT? 6 Peculiar Employments Laws Across the Globe...
When you apply for almost all jobs in the United Kingdom and many other countries in 2017, you will find that the employer will state very clearly their commitment to inclusion and equality. Ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, beliefs, disabi...
Posted by: Richard Baillie-Gray
21/07/17
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