When you’re preparing to interview with a client and show them what a great match you are for the role, don’t forget the bigger picture: you’re not just applying to do a job in isolation, you’re applying to join their wider company. They’ll want to know you’ve done your research, but where do you start?
When you are preparing for an interview, you should have a few examples that you can talk through which answer the key requirements on the job spec. But no one likes a bore and no one likes to listen to a monotone monologue: It’s the fastest way to kill your chances of getting the job.
We love hearing stories from people like James. Now, here is a chap who is about to undertake one of the most gruelling challenges we have ever heard of! Not only is it a major personal aspiration for James to break this world record attempt but he is doing it in aid of raising money
We’re pleased to announce Alex Cooper as Ernest Hunter Green’s Managing Director. Alex is one of the original founders of Ernest Hunter Green and has been an integral part of our organisations success to date. His appointment comes at an exciting time for the business as we enter into our next phase of growth and
We are excited to announce that we are looking for an experienced Interim Recruitment Director to join the team at Ernest Hunter Green. We have spent the last 4 years establishing our brand in the permanent recruitment world across Marketing, Sales, Digital and Finance and we are proud of what we’ve achieved. The next stage
When it comes to applying for jobs, everyone judges a book by its cover. Here’s how to stand out. “Don’t judge a book by its cover”. Now there’s a curious notion. If I’m standing in a bookshop and I’m surrounded by books, how else am I supposed to decide? Literally shelves and shelves of beautifully
Some of my recruitment friends tell me proudly that they are ‘ninjas’ or ‘headhunters’ or even ‘gurus’, but I like being a trampoline. Ninjas and headhunters sound great if you’re watching an Indiana Jones film, but it’s all a bit manic if you are trying to talk sensibly to someone about finding a new job.
Do you tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth when it comes to your CV? There have been a few occasions where I have had conversations with candidates and they have openly admitted to providing misleading accounts of their work experience. I recall one instance where a candidate had left their
I’m having a particular struggle at the moment with a client who I have worked with for many years, and who wants to reduce my rates by a very significant amount. Now don’t get me wrong, I like a good negotiation as much as the next man, and I’m always prepared to dance, but there