Job hunting can be a daunting and challenging process which is why we’re here to provide some tips to help with your next job search. Job Boards The main job boards to explore – Reed, CV Library, Indeed, Totaljobs, Monster Jobs, Glassdoor Make a profile – you can upload your CV and what you’re looking
Research carried out by UK-based business, Crunch, determines that the 31st of January is statistically the most popular day for us Brits to quit our jobs. It makes sense! With Christmas out of the way and New Year’s Resolutions in full swing, it’s likely that jobs and career choices will be at the forefront of
Last September, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to take a break from work and travel the world (well, South East Asia) for three months with two of my closest friends. It was truly one of the most rewarding and enriching experiences that I think I will ever have and if you’re considering
Working in recruitment, we understand how stressful it can be to look for a new job. In a survey carried out by Linkedin last year, they established that an astonishing 45% of job seekers found the idea so daunting that they would rather go to the pub than spend time searching for a new role!
Recruitment can often be the difference between the success or failure of any small or large business, therefore it is vital that you do everything possible to ensure the former and avoid the latter. Although it does seem like common sense to avoid failure, it is often easier said than done. It’s easy to buy