Are you looking for that dream job, career or profession?
At Rakes Company Ltd. we are committed to ensuring that you don’t only get the best job but that you also are adequately prepared for that job by offering professional courses to make candidates job ready and highly marketable.
For prospective candidates the procedure to register with us is as follows.
Update your information and search jobs online by visiting www.rakesjobs.com and improve your chances of finding a job.
Rakes Company Limited is based in Ghana. Contact Rakes Company Limited today for all your Jobs (job),Vacancy ( vacancies ) and employment needs.
PREPARE YOURSELF ADVANTAGEOUSLY FOR A JOB
Hey job Seekers, you need my advice? Do you say YES? Good! Do not waste your time while waiting for the time your new job will come.
The period between the submission of your application or registering with RAKES and the happy moment we will secure a job for you should be profitably used. What am I saying? I am drawing your attention to the fact that time and tide wait for no man. Time is also money and must be used advantageously.
There are a number of short courses that RAKES organises for potential workers. These courses are meant to augment the qualifications and skills you already have. You will be surprised that undergoing these short courses will sharpen your skills and knowledge.
Most of these courses are management courses in content and application. They prepare you favourably to be preferred to your friend who has the same basic qualifications as you have but who has not been exposed to these courses.
Most young job seekers complain about lack of money to pay for these short courses. In RAKES we have brought the course fee to the barest minimum to meet your pocket. Do you realise how compassionate RAKES is? A short course which should cost you GH¢100.00 goes for only GH¢30.00. At the end of the course, a beautiful certificate of attendance will be given to you.
Employers look for people who will help solve problems relating to their field of specialisation. They detest people who create problems for them. Remember when you are employed, you are to add value to the productivity of the organisation and as such revenue generation. And so my dear job seekers, ask not what your company can do for you – ask what you can do for your company.
Hey my friends, rush to the Front Desk of RAKES and register for a course. I wish you good luck in your job search.