why you need a recruiter

Why you should use a recruiter when searching for your next career opportunity

Getting back into the job market can be a daunting prospect – you’ve got to update your CV, start looking for opportunities, attend interviews, and perhaps the most daunting; complete reference checks. Using a recruiter can provide you with a competitive edge and hopefully find you the career opportunity you are looking for, by providing

how to be successful in your career

Tips to Set Yourself up for Success in the Workplace

We would all love to have successful careers and the first most critical step to attaining this is to enjoy what you do. As the famous saying goes, “Find a job you enjoy doing, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ― Mark Twain I started my career as an Accountant.

Thinking about a career transition – do it!

I never thought that at the age of 48, I would have the risk appetite to step totally out of my comfort zone and try a new career. If you are reading this and considering a career change yourself, I can honestly say, back yourself and do it. Don’t waste time but make sure the

personal brand

Personal Brand – It’s personal, and it’s your own brand

The need for a personal brand in your field of experience and workplace is well documented and an important investment. Your brand is linked to your reputation and your ability to establish trust to work well with others and be seen as a value add. What is not so well documented are the deep-reaching benefits

cultural fit

The Importance of Assessing Cultural Fit

Assessing cultural fit during the hiring process is becoming increasingly important for organisations. It is the number one thing that our clients ask us when we are recruiting on their behalf. Yes, skills are important but if they do not fit their Company Culture it can be downhill from here.  By this I mean cultural