HR provides human interaction, says gradNews
One graduate found the key ingredient for her career when she joined an Associated British Foods Graduate Scheme.
Associated British Foods is the name behind well-known and well-loved food stuffs such as Ryvita, Kingsmill, Silver Spoon, Tabasco and Patak's. One graduate thought she wanted to be a neurosurgeon but felt the career path lacked human interaction. Anulika wanted to help people and found a career in human resources met all of her requirements.
Anulika Oligboh studied Biomedical Sciences at the University of Sheffield before she joined Associated British Foods' Human Resources Graduate programme. She says human resources was her recipe for success.
"What was missing for me in following the science career route, however, was the human interaction," she says.
"After some exploration of options, I found myself looking seriously into a career in Human Resources. A function where people are the focus and those key elements I was looking for in my career are critical to the day to day.
Associated British Foods has not disappointed Anulika and says her human resources career
"I was drawn to AB World Foods and the wider Associated British Foods business mainly because of the developmental opportunities, the culture, and our values."
"Since joining AB World Foods I have learnt so much and no two days are the same. I support UK Commercial and have been involved in a number of projects; most notably being part of creating the HR Graduate Scheme."
"The graduate scheme is enriching, challenging, and most of all fun!"
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