job hunting

Keeping focussed on your career goals

by Sinead Hasson January 28th, 2021

Is standing still really an option? January 2021 has been one of the busiest months we have had in recruitment in a while in terms of requirements from our clients. Normally it’s a slow start in January picking up towards the end of the month – this year with no holidays to speak of, the […]

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Stand out from the crowd

by Catherine Vaughan November 5th, 2020

In a tricky market your initial approach to a job must be spot on! 1) Make sure your CV is fit for purpose Whatever your experience, make sure your CV is concise, well-spaced and user-friendly. (Definitely no more than 3 pages). Check and check again for any typos or spelling mistakes and get a second […]

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Interviewing and hiring in lockdown

by Catherine Vaughan July 13th, 2020

6 months ago, many companies wouldn’t have even considered allowing regular homeworking, never mind hiring people they’d never met! Whilst many businesses understandably wish to bring furloughed staff back before making any recruitment decisions, many have needed to build their teams, regardless of lockdown. In order to secure the talent they need, these organisations have […]

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Getting top talent into your team

by Sinead Hasson June 24th, 2020

As we see things begin to slowly reopen, it is time to start thinking about your team and what you need for the future. It is a challenge, especially when we are now used to working from home and you might not have all your key decision makers in front of you – so this […]

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Racism is not acceptable and we must do what we can do create a more balanced world.

by Sinead Hasson June 9th, 2020

There are many challenges facing us all today, many of which we can do nothing or little about, but championing diversity, creating level playing fields and ensuring that our industry is fully representative of our rich and diverse population is something that we must address and do something about. Lack of diversity leads to misrepresentation […]

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