Blog Tag Archives: CV Guide

Hired or fired? Your social media profile decides!

We are the social media generation. If we aren’t tweeting, we’re tagging. If we aren’t blogging, we’re browsing. These days, it’s pretty unusual for anyone with a smartphone (or a pulse) not to be on some form of social media, be it Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn… the list goes on.

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Is your Cover Letter strong enough?

Whether you’re one of many competing for an advertised job, or applying to a company on a speculative basis, it can be a real struggle to get noticed. This is why your CV should be accompanied by a compelling cover letter (or more likely email message), to highlight why you are the best candidate, before […]

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Job Seeker advice to protect security, both online and offline

The Internet has made it so much easier for Job Seekers to engage and interact with Recruiters and Employers, but please be mindful that this freedom also provides opportunity for fraudsters, especially with regards to identify theft, which you must protect against.

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Making The Most Of Your CV

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Like so many within HR and recruitment, I wish I had a pound for every time I’ve been asked about the format or content of a CV. To start with, I would suggest you bear in mind the role of your CV, which is most often to facilitate an introduction to a potential employer. Your […]

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