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When to Accept a Job Offer

12 Questions to ask before Accepting an Offer. Receiving a job offer is a great boost for most candidates, and generally after going through a sometimes exhaustive interview process it’s very tempting to accept the offer there and then.  However

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HELP! I Have an Interview Tomorrow…

If you have an interview at short notice, you still need to be prepared.  Our recruitment agency has helped people find jobs for over 14 years and these are the first things that you need to do to make sure

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Top 25 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions

If you prepare your answers to the Interviewers potential questions below, before your interview, this will help you be more prepared, reduce nerves and increase your confidence during the interview itself. Below is a list of the most frequently asked

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How to Find the Right Company for You

When you are embarking on a new search for your dream job, it is important that you find the right company for you.  The biggest reason that jobs don’t work out well for candidates is not money or ability to

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How to Find Employment at 50+

We are receiving more calls from concerned people who are in their 50’s and 60’s struggling to gain employment.  As a result of these calls, we would like to offer some words of advice that may help in the quest

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Writing a Covering Letter

When writing a covering letter the key is to keep it short and to the point – absolutely no more than one sheet of A4.  As a leading recruitment agency we see literally hundreds of CVs and covering letters every

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Tips That Will Help You Get Hired Fast

Be prepared or prepare to fail Research the company you are going to interview for and rehearse how you will discuss the experiences on your CV and answers to questions you may be asked. Create a specific cover letter Your

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