London Riots: bringing the firm into disrepute

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Tweet London Riots: bringing the firm into disrepute photo credit: Peter G Trimming The recent London Riots, and the further acts of looting and criminality in other UK city locations, have brought forward many questions about our present UK Society: The young are disaffected: half of the people arrested so far are over the age […]

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Need experience to get the job?

- I Need A Job, Job Application, job search, tutorial

Tweet Need experience to get the job; job to get the experience? Chris asks: The age-old dilemma: You need the experience to get the job. You need the job to get the experience. How do you solve it? In answer: From your LinkedIn Profile, I see that you’re about to enroll in an information technology […]

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Strikes v Negotiation: lesson for the job seeker

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Tweet Strikes v Negotiation: lessons for the job seeker Today’s UK public sector strikes about pension rights seem to have garnered some sympathy, but little solid support amongst the present generally down trodden and high taxed British public. We only have to look at the recent plethora of Administration announcements for the High Street to […]

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Result: employed in one job application!

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Tweet Result: Employed in one job application I often get asked by job seekers, is it possible to get employed in just one job application? Of course the answer is yes, but it is difficult to consistently make that positive and hence employed result predictable. However, it is possible to become employed in far fewer […]

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10 things successful job seekers do, to get employed quicker

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Tweet 10 things successful job seekers do to get employed quicker When I first came into recruitment, one of the things that interested me was why successful job seekers were successful. On initial analysis they were no better qualified, skilled or capable than any other type of job seeker they were applying against, and yet […]

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