7 ways to make your job hunt go more smoothly

The idea of job hunting is not something that most people relish. It could quite easily be a full time job, but the reality for most people is that it has to fit around the rest of our lives. There are some simple things that you can do to make the whole process go more […]

Things to consider before making a counter offer

  When a valued employee hands in their notice your first thought may we be “what am I going to do now?” Finding a replacement costs time and money and then there is the cost of on-boarding. It is much easier to just keep the person that you have in place so should you make […]

How you can stop yourself from choosing the wrong job

  I recently posted a blog about why you shouldn’t quit a new job that you hate too quickly but it is of course better not to take the wrong job in the first place. Sometimes this is easier said than done, but here are some tips to reduce the risk:   Make sure you […]

Why you shouldn’t quit a new job that you hate too quickly

Starting a new job is an exciting time! However, if you are unlucky enough to find yourself in a job that just isn’t what you thought, then don’t despair and DON’T QUIT YET.   In my 11 years within recruitment I have seen various people who have left new jobs very quickly. This can be […]

How social media is changing job hunting

An article was published recently asking if it will still be possible to find a job in 2015 without social media. The fact that the article was written in the first place just goes to show how much things have changed. If you haven’t been looking for a new role in the past 18 months […]