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Posts from Emma Tee

How to deal with multiple job offers

So, you’ve found that you’re in demand.  You’ve been to 3 companies. One has already offered you a role. The other two want to meet you for a second interview, and you’re a strong contender to be offered these positions as well.  This is an exciting time, but also one…

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2017: The year of the lost offer….

As you would expect we see a lot of offers of employment – it is after all the aim of what we do.  But shall I tell you what we see more of, and indeed have seen happen more in 2017 than in any previous year? The lost offer.

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Should You Meet Your Recruiter?

I was lucky enough to meet Paul Jacobs of Loveworklife at the Recruitment Expo 2016 a few days ago. I attended a seminar where he talked about recruiters engaging our 5 senses and how technology is, in a nutshell, turning us into robots. He has a very valid point

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Graduate Recruitment: Is The Job Worth Getting Out Of Bed For?

The news that graduate recruitment is on the rise and more graduates are being taken into roles is absolutely fantastic. One of the main reasons for the shortage of qualified, experienced candidates at the moment has to be attributed to the lack of candidates recruited at graduate level over the last three years.

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Hiring Candidates: Why Didn’t You Buy The First Pair Of Shoes You Saw?

This is generally the muttering of my poor husband after being dragged round a million shops trying on endless pairs of shoes, only to go back to the very first shop we visited to buy the first pair I tried on. (Deep down, I knew were ‘the ones’!) Let’s face it, it’s a valid point and a sentiment probably echoed by a million other spouses. It’s really important though, isn’t it? No-one wants to spend their hard-earned cash and realise later in the day that there was a better/cheaper pair and you just didn’t make the time to look for them. And this can be applied to the hiring process.

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