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16th, March 2017

How to Tell Your Employer You’re Leaving

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This is one of those conversations that most people dread. For many they feel a sense of guilt for resigning and potentially leaving their boss and the rest of the team lacking the resource they might need. Furthermore, there is frequent concern that the employer will take the resignation personally and will make it impossible […]

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2nd, March 2017

8 Key Steps to Increase your Chances of Employment

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Finding a job in the current economy is more challenging than ever. If you’re going to get an advantage as a job seeker, it is important to have the right strategy, and at Maxwell Stephens, we’re here to help you get your CV to the top of the stack. If you’re looking to improve your […]

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1st, March 2017

How to Tackle Interviews – Prepare for Success

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Preparing for your interview should be extremely high up on your list of priorities right now. Even if you’re still in your current job or life’s just hectic and it’s hard to find a minute, you need to make the time to organise yourself for something this important. Turning up unprepared is worse than not […]

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28th, February 2017

Top Interviewing Tips for Facilities Management Recruitment Success

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The interview process is even more important than what you put on your CV. You’ve impressed on paper and now it’s time to really win the employer over. Particularly true in Facilities Management, this is the crucial point at which you have to really sell why you’re the best candidate out of everyone else they […]

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20th, February 2017

How to Avoid a Bad Career Move

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When I speak with candidates before they go into a job interview I always say that they should be mindful that they are also interviewing the organisation, and should feel satisfied that it is the right career move for them. I am always equally mindful that there will be certain scenarios when individuals might be […]

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14th, February 2017

Psychometric tests: To be, or not to be – that is the question

Posted in Candidate, Recruitment

No one wants to feel like a guinea pig, but what if it was to help you land your dream job? Psychometric tests were initially designed to test a person’s intelligence. Nowadays, they are more commonly used during the recruitment process to assess whether a person will be suited to a specific job. Studying the mental […]

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