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Feeling blue?15/01/2018 09:58
Blue Monday is the worst day of the year, but don't worry! If you're feeling stuck in your current role or simply looking for a new challenge, we know how to turn that frown upside down.
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EE: keep on running…19/05/2017 12:54
One of our Design Managers ran a marathon with a difference last month…he did it all without actually taking one step outside. Using treadmills, Paul ran the 26.2 miles and also challenged his colleagues to take a turn on the treadmills. An element of jeopardy was added to the event when machines randomly stopped mid-run. But, they made it to the end, raising over £350 for charity. Earn your 'go faster' stripes - work with us: http://bit.ly/2ni182e
EE: a hotbed of talent17/05/2017 14:47
In-house talent is seriously encouraged at EE, and we certainly love a bit of art. Recently, our Merthyr team ran a photography competition for its employees. The subject? What does Welsh life mean to them? Ten finalists were chosen and got to display their work during a 'Dragon's Den' type final. The judges were an eclectic mix of the BT Board and footballer Robbie Savage - proving, once again, that EE is a rather unique place to work. Bring us your talent and your personality: http://bit.ly/2ni182e