Fifteen things not to do when applying for a job with us

RhiannonOur Company, Recruitment

This is the first post in a two-part series giving advice on applying to work for us. This post concentrates on what not to do. There will be a follow-up post soon with details of positive ways to improve your application. As usual, our summer internship advertisement has proven extremely popular, with almost 140 applicants for this year’s internships. We have noticed … Read More

Interning at Prepress Projects

KirstyOur Company, Recruitment

Last summer, I was one of two interns selected for the Prepress Projects internship programme. A couple of months into the internship, I was offered a full-time position as a Project Editor. Before starting at Prepress Projects, I had some experience of publishing, having previously interned with a number of different publishing companies while I was at university. However, with … Read More

My intern journey

LiekeOur Company, Recruitment

After having decided that I’d spent enough time at university, it was time to start looking for a job. As I have a background in English language and literature (I have a BA in English Language and Culture and a MLitt in Victorian Literature) I thought that publishing could be the right sector for me. Even though I had not … Read More

Investors in People Gold Award

DavidBusiness update, External news, Management

IIP Gold Accreditation Left to right: Ruth Hewitt, IIP Specialist Consultant, David MacDonald, Programmes Director, Lucy Harrier, Production Director, and Helen MacDonald, Managing Director. The picture shows Ruth presenting Lucy with our IIP Gold certificate.

We are proud to announce that we have achieved Investors in People Gold Accreditation, putting the company in the top 2% of UK companies for good people management policies. We have held Investors in People (IIP) accreditation since 2005, but achieving gold status is a milestone for the company. Naturally, we are all really pleased about this. The above picture shows the award being presented (left … Read More