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When we spoke to our Head of Commercial Credit Chris Green about improving gender balance in our senior roles, he talked about how important having a mentor can be to your career. We think it’s great advice. A mentor can be a real positive no matter what stage of your career you’re at, or how...

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If we break it down into its basic form, Learning & Development is quite simply the way of helping people learn new skills, enabling them to be motivated and productive at work and allowing an organisation to get the most out of their people.This all sounds simple enough on paper. But how do...

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Imagine your dream job.It could be one you’ve always wanted, or if you’re lucky, it’s one you’re already in – but what exactly is it that draws you to it?Is it the chance to feel creative every day, or maybe the possible financial gain? Perhaps you’re looking for a job where you’ll be able to...

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What’s the first thing that springs to mind when you think about working in a bank? If you’re being honest, it probably isn’t special initiatives to help young people learn the importance of managing money the right way. But at Ulster Bank, that’s just one of the many ways that we’re making a...

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Farming plays a huge role in our economy, and with a growing population and Brexit on the horizon, interesting and equally challenging times lie ahead from an economic, environmental and financial perspective. Ulster Bank understands how valuable farmers are, and we’re passionate about equipping...

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Hi, my name’s Ste, and one day in March six years ago, I decided to pack up my belongings and move from the familiar sights and smells of the Cheshire countryside to the urban life of Manchester. I applied to work as a Customer Service Representative, answering calls from NatWest customers and...

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Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) affects an estimated 250,000 people in the UK, and around 17 million people worldwide, according to the charity Action For M.E.Also known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, M.E is a neurological illness that can be characterised by a number of symptoms, including muscle...

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