Win a work life bundle worth up to £2000, including Macbooks, Airpods etc.
Deadline Monday 20th February 2023
Can juggling your studies, work experience and social life sometimes feel difficult to manage? CMS is here to help find your perfect balance.
Whether it’s having time to focus on your hobbies, or supporting your physical and mental wellbeing, our unique benefits help everyone to succeed both in and out of work. The Find Your Balance competition is your chance to discover the unique and flexible opportunities available at CMS, and win a work-life balance bundle worth £2,000.
It’s about finding what works for YOU.
There will be ONE winner of the grand prize: a student work-life balance bundle worth £2,000, which includes…
- MacBook Air
- AirPods Pro
- Mentoring session with a CMS partner
- £200 Virgin Experience voucher
- £300 Ikea voucher
Additionally, there will be weekly prizes given out for five weeks, with ONE winner announced EACH WEEK. The weekly prize bundle includes:
- £200 Amazon voucher
- £200 Airbnb voucher
There will be a new winner EACH WEEK for FIVE weeks
How to enter:
- To enter follow this link: http://ocply.co/kentba-cms23
- Fill out the short form with your details (so they can contact you if you’re a winner).
- Tell them how winning the £2,000 work-life balance bundle would help support your work-life balance when you graduate.
- The team will carefully read all submissions, and contact you if you’re a winner!
The competition opens on 16 January 2023, and closes on 20 February 2023.
CMS is an international law firm that offers legal and tax advisory services. They aim to recruit 50% law and 50% non-law for their intakes. For CMS, the future of law isn’t just about what we do for our clients. It’s also about what we can do for our people.
They are committed to providing a supportive, inclusive, socially responsible and flexible environment in which every member of our team can thrive.
Their Early Talent programme looks for students with unique voices and original ideas, who will join them in a dynamic approach to shape CMS and change the face of law.