Being prepared for your next opportunity is vital. Therefore we have collated some relevant guidance to assist you on this journey.
How to write a CV
It’s easy to assume writing a CV is simple. And in a manor of speaking, once you understand the structure and context then it is. However, your CV is your shop window into your background and experience and you tend to only get one shot at certain job opportunities. Therefore it’s important to get it right first time.
Based on this we dispel the myths and walk you through the do’s and don’t on how to write a CV to ensure you improve your chances on being invited in for an interview.
Within in our day to day activity we work with businesses of all shapes and sizes and introduce talent at all levels and disciplines. Therefore we are able to take real world data and report it with minimal filtration and no adjustment.
Naturally this may vary dependent on size of agency and role responsibilities. But it’s this data, and this data alone, that is used to produce our salary report and help give us the insight into where the market might be going over the next 12 months.
The resignation process can be unexpectedly emotional and challenging at times. Thats why sometimes, prior to commencing any searches or arranging any interviews on your behalf, we walk you through the resignation process first to help you sense check your motivation, goals and your long term ambitions.
If you are going to invest the time and emotion into job searching, then it’s important that we are clear on the narrative and the result you are looking for.
Additional Guides & Help
We will add regular update for useful guides and employment information here for your benefit.