job interviews

What makes the perfect Freelance CV?

by Freya Valentine March 18th, 2019

Generally speaking, a CV is the first thing an employer or potential client sees when you introduce yourself, it’s your selling point. No matter what level you are, your CV should do the talking. So, what’s the best way to do this and should the CV of a freelancer or contractor look different to a […]

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Securing your next team mate! Don’t wait around…

by Abi Blank January 21st, 2019

With recruitment, there are a number of elements that come into play. As a consultant, it’s our role to provide facts and overviews, bringing together potential matches, whilst instilling a sense of urgency for both the client and the potential employee. Living in the fast-paced world of 2019, making timely decisions is key for both […]

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Open your business to flexible talent…

by Sinead Hasson November 22nd, 2018

I don’t think it’s a war so much as a constant battle. All businesses (ours included) need to continuously maintain a pipeline of talent. You never know when disaster/resignations might occur, or when you win a big piece of business and need a bigger team to support the new client. So it is best practice […]

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If there was one piece of advice I would give…

by Sinead Hasson August 24th, 2017

If there was one piece of advice I would give to every research & insight candidate who I’ve meet, that I know would add value to their career, it’s this… LEARN TO SELL. Embrace it, run towards it, don’t be afraid of it. It’s not the 1970’s. We’re not talking cold calling or phone bashing. […]

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Aiming for Promotion?

by Sinead Hasson June 12th, 2017

What happens a year or two after you get your dream job? Often boredom can set in, you start to find that life is a bit repetitive, so you get itchy feet. It’s often easier to get a promotion by moving companies, but is that what you want? You’re already learning from your boss, your […]

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