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Networking without nightmares

by Charles Moore February 5th, 2020

Love it or hate it we all need to network at some point in our lives. Some basic tips and pointers can help us to network with confidence and overcome common anxieties. Naturally we believe networking to be the preserve of the extrovert. But not all extroverts are necessarily good networkers. The key to being […]

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IR35 is really boring!

by Freya Valentine November 7th, 2019

I love a good blog post, there’s nothing I like more than a good topic to write about. I’ve been putting this one off though ever since Anna, the Operations Manager at Hasson Associates, said to me “You should write something about IR35” and for some reason I replied “Sure! Of course!” before realising that […]

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Interviewing someone who is relocating

by Alex Giurgiu October 16th, 2019

As any recruiter or a hiring manager will tell you, interviewing candidates thoroughly is a priority in placing them into a role. You need to understand their experience and expectations equally to avoid wasting anyone’s time. Experience is all about what they can do, what they have learnt – the past. Expectations is all about what […]

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Why contract when there can be so much uncertainty?

by Nikki Drinan July 11th, 2019

More and more candidates are deciding to take the plunge and resign from their permanent jobs with nothing in the pipeline, either to chase a better work/life balance or realising that they are not prepared to stay in a role which offers neither career progression nor job satisfaction. So, what are the advantages you can […]

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Does this feel like the right time in your life to be changing job?

by Damon Thomas May 22nd, 2019

We have all had a bad day at the office.  In fact, we have all likely had bad weeks.   We all experience peaks and troughs in all jobs but is this the right time for a move.  Too much flip flopping in your career will send big red flags to future employers about your tenacity […]

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