First rule of job applications: perfect spelling, English & grammar

We recruit for all sorts of jobs: in the main admin / accounts & office support but we also love the odd quirky job & do a fantastic job with Motorbikes & Biomass engineers. The whole process isn’t really very different as long as you take the time to understand the clients & the differing […]

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Is this job Part Time or Full time? Let’s see what turns up.

My blogs are usually focussed on imparting advice & offering up comments on job hunting, but this one, if you’ll forgive me, is a little indulgent musing on something I’m starting to see creep in since late last year on the jobs market. In Liverpool & Chester. I’m getting super jobs in, but as I’m […]

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Real life graduation. Into work

I interview Graduates & I really do know how tough it is out there for them. The long term view isn’t all that bright & I can’t give Graduates a heap of platitudes. There are too many candidates – Grad & non Grad on the market looking for the same jobs to do that. But, […]

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The dreaded Client / Recruiter VISIT!

This quick little blog is unusually aimed at clients. Employers. Bosses….whatever you choose to call yourselves. And its aimed at your relationship with me: the Recruiter. I take vacancies from some really nice, responsive clients & I have to say lots of my clients know me, know how I work & I know them. But […]

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What can happen when you circumvent the Recruiter….?

I choose to work with a certain type of candidate & believe me it works the other way. Candidates choose to use me. On speaking to me, reading my website & my blogs, it’s immediately evident I’m very different & don’t use the much over-used high street ‘recruiting’ speak from the outset, but I guess […]

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Why bother giving feedback?

This blog is about a very real & current issue – it’s a ‘hot potato!’ Due to the position I’m in, I see the disappointment when candidates tell me yes, they went to that interview & no, there was no feedback. Rubbish. I & many other Agencies & employers see it as part & parcel […]

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