5 ways to make the most of your recruitment consultant

In the modern day recruitment age, candidates can access life-changing opportunities in order to progress their career and develop skills. To maximize our recruitment experience and enhance our chances of getting that perfect job, we’ve compiled a list of the key qualities of the best candidates I’ve worked with and help change their own lives. 

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Be the 2% – Get out of your comfort Zone

Memes. We all know what they are, right? Even if you aren’t familiar with the term “meme” the chances are still high that you’ve seen one if not hundreds. In recent years, they’ve become a big part of modern culture. Most of the time meme’s are used as a form of satire, often using an 

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Is a CV still relevant?

  I always ask my clients how they feel about recruiting and more often than not I hear the following response; “I hate it!”. This is great news for me as I love it and I can take away that burden but, naturally my next question is why? Among various reasons, there seems to be 

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They Said Yes! What to do after a job offer

So, you have received a job offer – what happens next? In an ideal world, you’d accept immediately because it’s your dream job at a company you’re intimately familiar with. From a hiring perspective, however, we often forget that the person we want for the job doesn’t know what the day-to-day is actually like. We 

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Please Don’t Headhunt My Staff…..

I work in Recruitment, I have for 11 years and I love the career it has given me! Yep we are an industry that has a certain reputation and there’s even now a common phrase on social media…. “Recruiter Bashing”. People from outside our industry that raise a lot of discussion points and obviously are 

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Why I took my own career advice…

On any given day, as a Professional Recruitment Consultant & Manager, it is a major part of my role to offer career advice to candidates, help clients with their career aspirations and mentor peers and direct reports to achieve their career goals. Although these conversations are unique to the individuals concerned, it is fair to 

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