About me….

About me….
Hello – My name is Corey Hicks, first of all let me tell you a bit about me! My hobbies; firstly gym and fitness and playing football. I aim to go gym at least 4-5 times a week and have been playing football since I was 7 years old. I graduated Southampton Solent University with a 2:1 in Sports Development/ Football studies. Which is one of my proudest achievements to date. I spent 3 great years at uni studying something I enjoy.
And now I start a new chapter in my life with Merit. Recruitment is a new industry to me, I’m entering it with no prior experience in recruitment whatsoever. I’m eager to hit the ground running with everyday being a new learning experience. But with the help of my experienced colleagues and support from my friends and family I know I will be very successful with Merit.

What did you want to be before the age of 10 and why?
Before the age of 10 I was most happy with a ball at my feet due to my passion for playing football. Like most young boys my age all I was concerned about was playing football and watching TV. Before the age of 10 like most kids I really wanted to be a Power Ranger but realising that dream wasn’t going to happen I settled for something a bit more realistic which was to be a mechanic. This was because my uncle was a mechanic and he was someone I looked up to and I wanted to be just like him.
What do you want to be by the age of 35?
Thankfully being 21 I’ve got a few years to play with before I’m 35. But by the time I’m 35 I would like to be at the very top of this industry and hope to be very successful. Until then I just have to keep working hard and learning from my colleagues on a daily basis.

You are on a desert island: you can take 3 books to read which ones will you pick?
To be honest I’m not really one for reading unless it was for my studies. But if I had to pick 3 books that would keep me interested and entertained I would say the Lord of The Rings Trilogy, because I love an adventure story and something that catches my imagination.

The 3 minute elevator challenge: You’re in an elevator with the Prime Minister and you have 3 minutes, how do you convince him that Merit Group will solve their talent challenge?
The Merit team is full of determined and dedicate industry professionals. They never shy away from a challenge they meet it head on and give 110% in all aspects of their work. As individuals and as a team every single person at Merit has all the qualities needed to be successful and to make the company a success.
Another quality that makes Merit so successful and different to its competitors is its relationship with its clients and candidates. Both the clients and candidates get a dedicated and personal service that takes into account both their needs, this in turn builds a strong connection with everyone Merit associates itself with.

 

A football player kicks the ball during the UEFA Champions League football match Lille vs. Copenhagen on August 29, 2012 at the Grand stade in Villeneuve d'Ascq, northern France. AFP PHOTO DENIS CHARLET

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