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9th, January 2017
Interim Facilities Management Jobs

Using humour in interviews – rapport-building or credibility-smashing?

Posted in Candidate

People buy people first. Or so the saying goes. For us here at Maxwell Stephens, our personal rapport with and understanding of you, our candidates, are massively important. The same goes for our clients. We want all your dealings with us to be professional and fun. Candidates like you choose us time and time again […]

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14th, December 2016

Getting your CV and Skill Set into Shape

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Getting your CV and Skillset into to shape The internet has changed human attention spans. And that’s scientific fact! We’re now so overloaded with information on almost a minute-by-minute basis that, for something to be noticed and fully digested, is a real achievement. This has affected the world of the CV. We now have a few seconds […]

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14th, December 2016

Reflecting on Your Career as 2016 Draws to a Close – Are you a Risk Taker or Avoider?

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It’s coming close to the end of 2016 and, as many of us do, you’re taking stock of your career, what you are right now and how where you are compares to where you want to be. As a registered candidate here at Maxwell Stephens, you’re part of the UK’s largest database of facilities management […]

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30th, November 2016

Encouraging More Women to Apply for FM Roles

Posted in Candidate, Facilities Management

Here at Maxwell Stephens, we’ve seen the number of women enter the industry and use our services climb since we set up in 2006. It’s always great to break artificial glass ceilings in any industry. Society benefits from it as a whole. The need to get more women into FM roles as soon as possible […]

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25th, November 2016

The Ultimate Guide to Interview Preparation

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You have secured an interview, but now you are unsure how to prepare to optimise your chances of being successful and receiving an offer of employment. I advise candidates to approach each interview methodically, giving themselves ample time to undertake the required research and therefore feel more confident and relaxed. If you feel rushed and […]

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25th, November 2016

Top Interview Questions

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Top Interview Questions Most interviews are a professional two way exchange led by the interviewer. There is usually an expectation by the person running the interview that the candidate will want to ask questions either throughout the meeting, or perhaps at the end.   In fact, it is usual practice for this to be explained in the […]

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