How To Deal With Job Rejection

We’ve all been there – the dreaded rejection letter, email or phone call. It is never a pleasant experience, particularly if you’ve faced several rejections so far in your job search, it can be easy to feel dejected and disheartened. No one enjoys being turned down for a job, and if you’ve done a lot […]

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How Will The Recruitment Industry Change Over The Next 10 Years?

The world of work is a progressive machine and is always changing. The average nine-to-five is becoming a thing of the past and with the introduction of artificial intelligence, virtual reality and automation people can expect more changes in the way they carry out their day to day responsibilities. Now I’m not saying we can […]

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LinkedIn – Your Personal Shop Window

Founded in 2002, LinkedIn has been around for nearly 20 years (I had no idea it was this old!) The way we use it has transformed over the years, now becoming a key tool which many of us will be using every day. As much as you may be reluctant to create an Instagram account […]

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How To Keep Employees Engaged When Working From Home

As employees around the world are embracing working from home, they’re also experiencing the incredible amount of stress levels that come with working remotely under uncertain circumstances. Unfortunately, employees under stress are more likely to hide away than reach out — which means even the most engaged and productive teams might be struggling to feel […]

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Mindset

The top sellers – Mindset Starting with the right mindset is an exceptionally important first step in becoming an effective salesperson. When searching for your top sales professional to join your team then these mindset traits around sales is something you should look out for!  Top sellers clearly Understand Their “Why” To be an extraordinary […]

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Enhancing your CV with a cover letter

Cover letters are a fantastic way to enhance your CV and allow the hiring manager to build a picture of yourself and your motivations. Some people say that a cover letter isn’t necessary and doesn’t increase your chances of gaining an interview, however, a well put together cover letter can be extremely effective.  Make it […]

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Making first impressions count

Making the first impression count  I recently read a statistic which said that roughly 5% of decisions were made in the first minute of an interview, and nearly 30% of decisions were made in the first 5 minutes of the interview. Of course this is very much subjective to the individual conducting the individual, how […]

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Questions to prepare for an interview

 Many people who are preparing for an interview will prepare for questions that will be thrown at them by the interviewer, but often forget to consider what they’re going to be asking the interviewer themselves. Preparing questions will make you come across as enthusiastic, engaged, and interested in the role. Below are a few questions […]

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How to nail that video cover letter

 In one of my previous posts I discussed the relevance of cover letters and whether they’re still important when applying for new positions. I touched upon the new trend which is adding a video to support your CV, below I’ve outlined my top tips for making sure it doesn’t hinder rather than compliment your CV.  […]

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Top Tips For The Perfect Cold Call

If you feel overwhelmed by cold calls, you’re not alone.No two calls are the same, which makes the experience exciting and, at times, frightening.This is exactly why we’ve gathered some cold calling tips to help you every step of the way.TOP TIP: Calling prospects right after they’ve opened your email or connected with you on […]

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