Headhunting from a candidate perspective

Many people think that a Headhunting company is just for executive and director level employment opportunites, however a headhunter can be used by any company for any level of job vacancy they have to fill – the goal is the same whatever level and whatever field/industry – get the best candidate for the job!

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Headhunting Private Medical

When headhunting within the healthcare industry or for cosmetic surgery and other kinds of aesthetic surgery, we are experts in putting together the people who have the skills with the people who need those skills. Headhunters will ensure that you get exactly the right people for the job you need them to do, by actively

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Careers In Insurance

A career in insurance offers well qualified professionals an interesting and varied life in secure and well-paid circumstances. Because there are now so many different areas of our lives that can be insured, there are plenty of opportunities to gain experience as you work your way up in the business. The insurance industry is a

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Careers In Computing

Almost every company and organisation in the country relies upon computing power to operate both effectively and efficiently these days. The number of personal computers in homes continues to grow as the price drops and the computing speed grows. There is no sign of this trend slowing down, in fact, research shows the opposite. What

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The Toughest Jobs That Sound So Simple

There are a lot of jobs that from the outside looking in seem so simple that a cave man could do it. We look at these jobs with such cynicism, that we oversimplify their job requirements and feel that we could walk a day in an employee’s shoes with ease. The reality is that there

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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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Learn How to Manage Job-Search Stress

Thirty years ago, I was fired with enthusiasm. Looking back, I know that if I’d stayed in that mismatched job, I’d have lived my life less fully and not grown in ways that serve me now. This is easy for me to say now, but at the time I felt angry, victimized and embarrassed. For

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How to Gain Control Of Your Job Search

Only 25% of all positions are found through published and defined markets, such as employment ads, placement agencies and recruiting firms. Unfortunately, job seekers favor these markets even though they face less competition for the remaining 75% of jobs found through networking and direct unsolicited contact with employers.

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Finding Family Support After Losing Your Job

If you’ve been downsized, you may have decided that you’ll just be able to survive what comes next. Congratulations. But your family may not have the same confidence. Anxiety, uncertainty and fear may be gripping your spouse at this moment. Partners try to put up a good front, but down deep they’ve been shaken. Knowing

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Why Contacting Recruiters Is a Waste of Your Time

It’s a scene that’s played out all too often these days: You’re looking for a job and you’ve read or heard that you should contact executive-search firms. After all, they recruit people for jobs, and you’re looking for a job. You send a well-worded letter or leave a polite voice mail for the recruiter, and

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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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