Boyce News

by Manuela Boyce

on September 18, 2018

Flexible working matters most to jobseekers

UK Employers are constantly challenged to think of unique initiatives which will help secure and develop the best talent for their business. Career progression for some of the high-demand skilled areas means that some candidates are experiencing promotions at a pace unheard in many other industries. Millennials expect more from the companies they choose to [Read More]

by Boyce Recruitment

on August 29, 2018

5 articles you should read.

We asked our Research & Insight recruiters which articles they felt were essential reading/ listening for the marketing recruitment sector. Here’s what they came up with : Mental Health Excerpt from Marketing Week on why marketing businesses should lead the way to providing support for mental health.  Read here: The latest research from Bupa reveals [Read More]

by Soraya Asgari

on August 28, 2018

POST PRODUCTION – a Post Producer Career

Soraya leads the recruitment of jobs in Creative Services & Post Production at Boyce Recruitment , and joined the Broadcast & Media division after a stint working in Post Production herself. She frequently gets asked what Post Producers do in different companies and so we asked her to explain what criteria she uses when shortlisting [Read More]

by Tracey Newton

on July 27, 2018

Media Planning: What’s it all about?

The role of a Media Planner  ( also sometimes known as brand planner, strategist, communication planner). The increase in demand for skilled media planners in the broadcast industry has been noticeable within our client base, so this week we have chosen to discuss the role of a media planner. Media planners play an all important [Read More]

by Abaigeal Chisnall

on July 12, 2018

Freelancing. Is it worth it?

Is there such a thing as a permanent job? It’s an interesting question  – one which I was asked by a candidate the other day- how permanent is well permanent? The days of a job for life have mostly long gone – most people will change job every 3 to 4 years for a number [Read More]

by Abaigeal Chisnall

on June 25, 2018

The ins and outs of CVs

  Though there is no ‘official’ way to write your CV here are a few pointers that might help your CV get noticed. We as recruiters get 100’s of CVs a day and if we cannot see the relevant information where we expect it, yours might be missed. Some of these are a must, some [Read More]

by Abaigeal Chisnall

on June 22, 2018

Why Speed Matters in Recruitment

This isn’t going to be a lecture on recruitment practices, nor is it going to be a dig at companies’ hiring processes or a recruiter simply saying ‘Please make my life easier’! This is just an opportunity to explain why exceptionally convoluted processes can, in the long run, cost you your dream candidate. I’m speaking [Read More]

by Boyce Recruitment

on June 5, 2018

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]

by Manuela Boyce

on May 31, 2018

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]

by Marilyn Marazzi

on May 21, 2018

Working in PR: Agency vs Client Side

It’s the age old debate within the PR and Communications industry; is it better to work in Agency vs Client Side… With pros and cons attached to both sides, each camp is eager to defend their territory. Typically, candidates tend to move client side following many years working within agencies, spending the latter part of [Read More]

by Soraya Asgari

on May 1, 2018

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]

by Soraya Asgari

on April 9, 2018

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]