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The temping industry in 2018

Temporary work has changed dramatically over the last 10 years. We sat down with Rebecca Siciliano, Director and Head of Temporary Division (West End), and Roxie Hanlon, Head of Temporary Division (City) to find out what the industry looks like in 2018 for candidates. Looking for a temporary role? Get in touch to find out

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The temping industry in 2018: what clients should know

The temping industry has changed dramatically since the recession of 2008. We sat down with Director and Head of Temporary Division (West End), Rebecca Siciliano, and Head of Temporary Division (City), Roxie Hanlon, to find out what value temporary workers bring to businesses. If you’re a business in need of a temp for one day,

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From PA to VA: How to transition to a virtual assistant

As virtual assistance continues to rise in popularity as a viable career option, more and more personal assistants are transitioning to a virtual role. With added flexibility and convenience, it has become a fantastic option for those looking to even out their work-life balance. However, the transition to a virtual assistant role requires plenty of

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How to clean your social media for the job hunt

In the age of Facebook statuses, Instagram selfies and Twitter rants, maintaining a clean social media presence can be harder than first thought. However, when it comes to the recruitment process, it’s essential that your online presence correctly represents your personal and professional brand. Here are a few things to check before you begin the

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Six benefits of temporary work while you’re studying

For students, temporary work can offer more than just monetary benefits. From flexible working conditions to the opportunity to bolster your CV and reference list, taking on something temporary can pay off in more ways than one. Here are just some of the reasons to consider temping while studying: 1. Income Perhaps most obviously, taking

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Why temping could be your best career move yet

When you think about your career, temporary work probably isn’t the first thing that springs to mind as an avenue that will lead you to your dream role. In reality though, it can provide great in-roads into incredible careers you may not have even thought about. Here’s why: 1. Immediate availability We take a number

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How to excel in a Skype interview

Skype interviews are becoming a more common and acceptable practice in contemporary hiring processes, and are even a go-to first choice in some instances – especially at first-stage interview. Using Skype, as opposed to the telephone, is a preference for many as Skype allows you to see the other person and their mannerisms while you

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Five secrets to winning over your chosen candidate

In a buoyant market, we all know how much more difficult it becomes to secure a brilliant candidate. To ensure you win the affections of your chosen star, stick to these five rules: 1. Become an employer of choice Becoming an employer of choice is as much about branding as it is about simply being

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Five reasons you should just be yourself in interview

Clammy hands. Wobbly knees. Shaking voice. Churning stomach. Do you experience any of these just before an interview? If so, you’re not alone! There’s no doubt that nerves or simply lack of confidence can cause you to behave out of character. It’s incredibly common to make silly statements and even tell white lies, saying things

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How to achieve your career goals

What are career goals, and why do you need them? It’s a valid question. After all, we all know at least one person who has wound up being incredibly successful in their careers just by chance. But whether your ambitions are certain or uncertain, conceptual or specific, identifying them in the first instance plays a

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