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5 CV sins: Howlers to edit out NOW

Posted in: CV, Jobseeker Advice

07 May 2018 Comments

We read dozens of PR CVs every day, many of them crammed with overused clichés and business jargon that is uninformative and bland. When you come to write or review your CV, think impact, cut out the blah blah and avoid the common pitfalls that could see your details passed over for consideration. Here are 5 unforgiveable CV sins to avoid:

What to expect when working with The Works:

Posted in: Jobseeker Advice, The Works

30 Jan 2018 Comments

We are here to provide an exceptional experience by supporting you fully through the recruitment process, ensuring that you find your ideal role. What we offer to our candidates (and clients) does not stop at simply placing people. Many of our candidates are recommended to us, and we take throughout their entire career.

Learning to listen

Posted in: Career Advice, Interviews, Jobseeker Advice

15 Aug 2017 Comments

‘No man ever listened himself out of a job.’ Calvin Coolidge, the 30th US President.

Listening may not be on your interview check-list, but it should be. If you can’t demonstrate the ability to listen in an interview, then can you listen in the job? Work-related mistakes are frustrating and costly; call it miscommunication, misinterpretation or just missing the point, half-listening is often a contributory factor. Let’s look at simple ways to improve your listening:

How to get noticed by recruiters

Posted in: Career Advice, CV, Jobseeker Advice

28 Jun 2017 Comments

If you’re looking for your next career move, then you’ll probably need help from some specialists. A high percentage of PR roles are filled with help from Executive Search and Recruitment Consultancy companies. Once you’ve made contact with the top consultancies, you need to stay pro-active. As well as having an eye-catching CV, there are other ways to ensure your name is on the tip of your consultant’s tongue when the right job comes up.…..

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