Living Without Work

Suddenly finding yourself without work can be an uncomfortable lifestyle change. Your routine has gone out of the window and you have long days to fill. This stage can be the hardest part of losing your job, you have got over the initial shock and you are looking for a new job but the prospect

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Recruitment in the Property Investment Sector

Many recruitment agencies will have you believe that finding the right person for the job is easy but the right candidates – talented, driven people – are often not looking for another position. Therefore you need a specialist headhunters like us who know exactly which companies look in and who within them to contact, as

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Headhunting for the Retail Industy

With any industry but especially in retail appointing the right people for board-level executives and mid/senior level management can impact hugely on your company business, so many more companies are choosing to use professional head hunting companies, such as ourselves, to hunt down the most talented candidates in this field.

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Headhunting for Private Aviation Companies

Searching for the best candidate for your vacant executive positions in any sector can be a very costly and time consuming process but in the private aviation world using our specialised headhunting services will make the process as cost effective and easy as as possible as we employ specialist research and networking techniques ro track

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How to Deal with an Annoying Boss

We’ve all had bosses who made our lives difficult: the chronic micromanager, the chatterbox who over-shares embarrassing details from his personal life, or the Houdini who magically disappears whenever you need her. How should you handle a boss’s annoying habits? We turned to the experts to find out.

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Make Employers Come to You

Utilizing job listings, networking with people in your industry (and in other industries), and applying to companies you want to work at–these are all great ways to go after a job. But how can you make employers and recruiters come after you? We asked Career Rocketeer’s Chris Perry, a career-search and personal-branding expert, for five

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How to use direct marketing techniques

All commercial organisations have an interest in maximising market awareness. With the development of the internet and search engines, it has never been easier to find a particular firm.Recruitment is a sector that has widely used web traffic and search engine optimisation as a way of building awareness and attracting new business and candidates. Historically,

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Taking the first offer?

First, let’s get something straight. There’s nothing wrong with taking the first job you’re offered, as long as it’s the ‘right’ job. And what with parental pressures (“We’re not supporting you any more”, “It’s time you found your own place” etc), the burden of student debts and the desire to join your peers on the

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Starting salary

“Can you give us some idea of your salary expectation?” is the question that strikes fear into the heart of every interviewee. Just how do you answer? Pitch it too high and you look unrealistic and overly confident, pitch it too low and you undervalue both yourself and your ability to do the job.  

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Inside information

Come on, let’s be honest, most of us love to have a good goss. There is something deeply satisfying about getting the latest lowdown on so-and-so or such-and-such. Much of this tantalising tittle-tattle tends to centre on family, friends and so-called celebs.

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Interviews (Full info)

Be prepared Interviews can be scary experiences and the only way to quell your fears is to follow the advice of the girl guide movement and ‘be prepared’. The best place to start is by finding out as much about the company as possible. Ring the company’s marketing department and get them to send you

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Application no-nos

Potential, experience, talent and enthusiasm are meaningless if you can’t fill in an application form properly, or submit a decent CV and covering letter. Read this guide to avoiding job application crimes and, with luck, you should stay out of trouble for the rest of your career.

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