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Boutique Vs Generalist

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ineke Read Apr 27, 2011. 2 Replies

Recruiter Daily recently posted a blog by a gentlemen from Winners recruitment who said that working for a boutique is far better than a larger agency. As someone who works at a fantastic larger…Continue


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Revitalise your Resume for 2015

Posted on March 20, 2015 at 4:59pm 0 Comments

Most recruiters write a report for their clients about the candidate, but most don’t actually edit the CV that the candidate has provided. This is important because…


Six key tips for raising your executive profile

Posted on March 20, 2015 at 4:58pm 0 Comments

As a recruiter in the executive space, many candidates often ask me for advice on how important it is to concentrate on their profile.  Very few of us have the luxury…


THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT! How to get a job in a tough market

Posted on June 23, 2011 at 6:05pm 0 Comments

With the market as tough as it is, I often receive calls from students or young people in property asking how they can get their first job, or transition into a new area where they might not have experience.  I give the same advice over and over again, but not many seem to take it. Applying to jobs on seek is not going to get you a role when you have no experience. In this market, you need to be prepared to do work experience (often for free) and the only way to secure these positions is…


Redundancy – your opportunity to refurbish

Posted on May 25, 2011 at 8:02pm 0 Comments

Facing redundancy can be worrying for a number of reasons – you may not be sure what to do next, and financial concerns are also often an issue.  The UDIA has estimated that approximately 40% of the industry has already lost their jobs, so finding another role can be difficult, particularly if you have only had experience in one sector. Don’t take it personally; remember that it was the job that was made redundant, not you. Be sure not to burn your bridges, although you may be upset, it is…


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