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Guy Steel

Improve your ‘Recruiter Experience’

Guy Steel

Improve your “Recruiter Experience”. Whether you’re Generation X, Y or Z, get yourself noticed and learn how to get more of an “A” grade outcome.

I’m not saying that Recruiters are beyond reproach.


Clare Robson

Social Media – a great tool if you get your presence RIGHT

Clare Robson

Whilst social media has proven to be a hugely successful ‘tool’ for networking/looking for jobs/preparing for the interview etc., it is also commonly used by employers when selecting candidates for interview. That’s why it is so important to get your...

Darren Reuben


Darren Reuben

I’ve been in the recruitment industry since 1996 so I’ve seen a few CV’s in my time. Short, long, multi-coloured, with photos, with tables, some without a name on, written in pencil, produced on a typewriter, a few in video format, with coffee stains...

Large firm vs Boutique

John Hindley

I recently moved from a large firm to a boutique and the difference has been massive!

In my previous role it was very much a large firm mentality, with the job opportunities and sectors each consultant was working on being very specific and repetitive...

John Amey

Pendulum swinging back to the candidate side?

John Amey

It’s been over 10 years since Northern Rock and Lehman Brothers announced the financial crisis on the world stage in bright flashing lights.

During that time, an entire generation of hiring managers and their HR colleagues became used to there being...

It’s that time of year again…

Richard Morgan

The days are getting lighter and the weather is beyond erratic. That can only mean one thing… It’s March and another financial year is drawing to a close. An opportune time then to reflect on the year that was.

Thank you 2018/9, you were very...

John Amey

Human Resources and Private Equity

John Amey

Private Equity, I would argue, is the best place to be within Financial Services. This applies to HR as much as it does to other areas. It is the industry that Investment Bankers want to get into but there’s only room for the select few.

There are...

Ladane Fayçal

Lessons in Recruitment from an Intern (Part 2)

Richard Morgan

A good interview should feel like a good first date: not love at first sight yet, but an exciting prospect!

Anyway, let’s go back to my face to face interview at Carnegie. Needless to say I couldn’t afford to mess up my interview. I was feeling...

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