We've put together our guidelines for a smooth online interview. Treat a video or telephone interview as you would a face to face meeting. Be as prepared and as professional just like you are meeting in person.
Competition can be healthy, no one should be afraid of working in competition. However, in the vast majority of industries, the competition comes to a conclusion prior to the work starting. Not so for recruitment. Too often agencies are expected to carry on competing after the work has been started - potentially leading to a race to get CVs. Sounds flawed right? It is, and potentially encourages recruiters to send first check later, leading to a negative experience for both candidate and client.
Really good employees aren’t always easy to come by. Once they are on board you won’t want them to slip through your fingers. It can be costly to replace top workers and be detrimental to productivity.
Want to move your career up a notch but aren’t quite ready to look elsewhere? How can you enhance your chances for promotion? Read our tips below on how to give yourself the best chance of getting the result you want.
Whether you're going for your dream job or your first role out of school or uni, you want to make sure you pull out all the stops in any job interview. The more you practice and preparation you put in the better you get!
The skills shortage within the construction industry is a hot topic. A recent report by the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has suggested that offsite construction needs to develop the right skills to meet future demand. There are several barriers to solving the skills gap; existing training doesn’t include offsite content, there is a lack of awareness of current training and a shortage of qualified training providers and assessors. The full report highlights available training and identifies gaps.