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The Importance of a Coach & Mentor in Recruitment

Over the years I have interviewed 100’s of candidates who were considering moving into recruitment. It would be fair to say a lot of those candidates were not entirely sure what was involved...

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A Great Time to Be a British Expat

With all the doom and gloom surrounding the UK over the last few months following the UK’s decision to leave European Union, you would be forgiven for thinking that there is little hope in the...

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Competency Based Interviewing

Competency based interviewing is a style that the majority of current employers have adapted and utilized as part of their recruitment process. Why is this so beneficial? Why is it used? How does it...

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How to Optimise Your CV for Job Boards

If you are looking for a new role chances are you have added your CV to an online job board, but are you giving your CV the best chance of being found?  The following should give you a few tips...

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Funding for Continuous Professional Development

It is often treated as a delicate subject, but the idea of ‘learn more to earn more’ has never been more true as on average if you have a good quality degree and qualifications then you...

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Most Socially Engaged Companies Award for Leap29

Leap29 Recognised as One of the Most Socially Engaged Companies on LinkedIn Featuring at number 20 in the list of LinkedIn’s 2016 list of 25 Most Socially Engaged Companies in the Staffing and...

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Negotiating the Best Salary

Negotiating the Best Salary Salary negotiation is often seen as one of the tricky times during a recruitment process, however is not necessarily the case. An experienced recruitment consultant will...

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Application Forms: Are You Getting Them Right?

For many application forms are often seen as an inconvenience and there are arguments to suggest that they can deter good candidates from applying to a position. However, application forms can also...

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Interview Tips For Graduates

First Impressions Count It is estimated that around 75% of interviews fail within the first few minutes of you entering the room. Poor body language, lack of eye contact and a weak handshake are...

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