Make sure you keep your CV up to date. You never know when you’ll need it for a perfect role, and it could land you an interview or a call from an interested recruiter.
The full title for this blog should really be, “Things to avoid saying in an interview, and how to rephrase them positively” – but we wanted to keep our titles concise! But we’re not just here to give a long list of do’s and don’ts for interviewees… we’re here to offer constructive advice too. As
In a competitive jobs market, dealing with counteroffers has become an almost everyday challenge for employers. When a valued employee hands in their notice, it’s tempting to make a counteroffer to retain them. But is this always the right move? It’s difficult to know for sure, but here, we provide guidance on when to make
Managing disciplinaries can be a delicate and crucial part of maintaining a healthy workplace environment. As a recruitment specialist that actively partners with our clients, we’ve seen various approaches to disciplinary management, some effective and others not so much. So we thought it’d be helpful to share some advice on the right and wrong ways
With Christmas just nine weeks away, many people’s thoughts will be turning to the fun times the festivities bring. But for jobseekers, it’s also an opportunity to take advantage of the many benefits the period brings. While it’s true that many companies reduce their hiring activities during the festive period, it doesn’t mean that your
10 Tips to Improve Your Chances of Getting Hired in the UK’s IT Sector The IT and technology sector in the UK continues to experience strong growth, leading to fierce competition for open roles. With a specialist focus on the IT sector, we want to share some best practice tips on making yourself stand out