Blogs by all the team

by Georgia HopeAssistant Consultant

Why is it a good idea to research a company pre interview?

I’m sure many of us have experienced that sinking feeling during an interview when you realized you haven’t done your homework about the company in question.
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by Jo AppletonManaging Consultant - Perms

You're never happy with what you have...or so they say!

The challenging job market continues, with the highest employment rate since records began, good calibre candidates are in high demand and short supply.
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by Jo AppletonManaging Consultant - Perms

The Top Benefits Packages

Innovative companies are securing employee loyalty by offering some really random but equally amazing benefits offered alongside your salary. Some of us count ourselves lucky to get free tea and coffee in the office kitchen where others are enjoying a paid week off to help their new puppies settle in to free theatre tickets.
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by Georgia HopeAssistant Consultant

6 Things to Take Along to your Interview

You have landed a job interview; which means that on paper, the interviewers think you could be the right person for the job. The interview is a great time to show them they’re right! Many people are incredibly nervous before an interview so these handy tips will help you calm your nerves and make that first impression unforgettable.
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by Georgia HopeAssistant Consultant

“Time is what we want most, but what we use worst”

famous words spoken by William Penn back in the 1600’s and is still true to this day. Some people have the ability to complete their ‘to-do’ list and keep their weekends sacred week in and week out, however, there are people who work 10-20 hours a week more than they do and struggle to keep up.
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by Georgia HopeAssistant Consultant

Good Morning!

Jo heard on the radio this week that there’s an increasing reluctance for employees to say “good morning” to their co-workers. With us all being rather jolly in the morning, this came as a surprise to us. However, as it turns out, according to Jobacle a career advice blog by Andrew Rosen, it is good for you to greet others regardless if you’re a morning person or not.
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