Tips from the Team

How to Prepare for Telephone Interviews

  Telephone interviews have become more and more popular with employers, particularly those who have to slot in recruitment with their regular busy work schedule. If done correctly they can actually increase an ideal applicants “buy in” to the company. They are also a great way to quickly filter through a large number of initially shortlisted cvs, [Read More]

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Asking about salaries. When should you bring up the money question?

Far too many advertised jobs these days offer a broadish salary range without any real explanation in the job description as to what you need to possess in terms of skills or experience, to reach the top end of the pay level. Looking at the market in general, living costs are much more expensive than [Read More]

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Top 10 Jobhunting Tips for recent Graduates

You’ve been spending the last 3 – 4 years working through your days, nights, holidays, birthdays and Christmases – you name it, you had to take time out to study. But you’ve finally made it! Finally holding that “Graduate” status, it’s been a long hard slog, but you’ve done it. Now you’re about to enter [Read More]

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So you want to work in Post-Production?

As the post-production industry progresses, so does the types of university courses available for students looking to get into the post sector. With more and more “Creative Media” and “Video Editing” degrees popping up across the UK, it seems that students graduate with excellent editing and motion graphics skills, but no hands on experience in [Read More]

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What employees really want.

Today’s job market is competitive. It’s competitive for clients who want the best candidates, for candidates who want the best jobs and for the finance people who want as much value for money as possible. In the middle of this are recruiters trying to work it all out! The job market, just like fashion, food, [Read More]

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How To Prepare For An Interview

Job interviews are conducted in a variety of ways, and every company is different. Your first spoken contact with a future employer might be on the phone, via skype, video conference call or in a straight forward face to face meeting. You might be asked to attend 3 or 4 subsequent interviews. Your interview may [Read More]

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Market Research Spotlight: Perm vs Freelance

I have been recruiting in to market research for the best part of 7 years (10 just recruiting!) and one of the ongoing questions I find is around the topic of freelance vs permanent. Which is better for our industry? Are you suited to one client or are you better working for multiple clients? Is [Read More]

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Is January really the best time to apply for a new job?

  You’ve been on an extended Christmas holiday and had the chance to recharge your batteries. The last three months running up to the end of last year were frantic with endless deadlines to work towards and an extremely demanding workload. Despite a short break you might still be feeling deflated. Your job feels stale [Read More]

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Dealing with a bad interview experience.

As a recruiter our job is to make sure that your interview experience is as positive as possible; matching culture, responsibilities and prospects to your aspirations. We always want to get good post interview feedback. Sometimes though, the interview might not go as well as expected. Nerves might get the better of you, there might [Read More]

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