When Adam retired from rugby, he considered various career options from coaching to going back to university. Hear about his journey into recruitment.
Writing a CV will be a necessity at some point in your career, but people often find it difficult to know what to include. In this blog Sarah looks at the top five CV myths.
It used to be customary to start off in a particular career and follow that path until you retire. Luckily that’s not the case in todays working world as we are empowered to change industry or role with relative ease
Today we are in a market driven by the top talent and their ability for choice. Good talent will be active for a short period of time so it is up to you as an employer of choice to make a positive, lasting impression. Simple things can be identified in the first instance which seem non-sensical to highlight.
I believe the key tool to making an imprint on a potential employer really comes from your CV. Your CV is your first introduction to a perspective employer, it’s a really excellent tool and will work well for you in your career if you do it correctly.