Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games recruitment campaign gets off to flying start
A recent article written by the bbc reports that after only one day of a planned recruitment drive for the commonwealth games in Glasgow 2014, a staggering 10,000 people have volunteered themselves for positions. Organisers are looking for 15,000 in total but if the first day was anything to go buy they shouldn’t have many problems finding the extra 5,000!
Some of the roles available include welcoming athletes, helping out at the athletes’ village and at the games venues, there are also roles available for people with specialist skills, including medical staff, drivers and those with specific sports expertise.
In such times of austerity it’s great to see the enthusiasm being shown by the people of Glasgow and beyond to contribute for the greater good of the UK.
About Les Warburton
Les Warburton is the Managing Director and of Net Recruit, a UK based online recruitment company.