It's time to find your first job or your next job...what now?
As Recruitment Specialists we often get approached by individuals who want a new role or their first role, but aren't quite familiar with how to get themselves ready.
Here are some simple steps to get you started.
These are simple, easy, and are often not done by all job seekers.
It’s often the case that you spend more time with your co-workers than your family. The way you interact with your co-workers and approach your work contributes to the overall work environment. If you are motivated and positive, you are more likely to also be successful in your work and business.
There are some simple ways in which you can be a productive, amiable and liked co-worker.
How many of these can you tick off your list?
There comes a point in your career when you consider a change in direction.
This may be triggered by many different reasons, you may have achieved a lot in your role, and feel you want to try something different, you may need a new and greater challenge, or simply feel the time is right to try something completely new.
There are some people who are naturally talkative, when it comes to an interview situation this can be hard to manage, especially if their comments have veered away from the question you have asked. How do you stay on track?
As Recruitment Specialists we have come across this situation many times, especially as many people can incessantly chatter when they are nervous.
Here are our suggestions to keep your interviewee focused so you can find the information you need to know.
This can be a tricky question to answer. You don’t want to oversell or undersell yourself.
Salary is a critical discussion as part of the recruitment process. The easiest way to manage this is to work with your Recruitment Specialists at PN Personnel. We can smooth and progress this discussion – by being the middle man between yourself and the employer.
An interview is about verbal communication, however it’s what you don’t say which can leave a lasting impression with a potential Employer.
A package arrived for me at PN Personnel the other day, containing a number of viles of essential oils. Essential oils can provide benefits in health and overall wellness. As we head into winter, I have been using my oils to improve memory, concentration and general aches and pains which creep in over the winter months.
Aromatherapy is a form of alternative medicine in which essential oils or scents are used to benefit psychological or physical well-being. Aromatherapy has been proven to influence and harmonise parts of the brain connected to memory and emotion.
Whilst mainly directed for personal use, these scents can also assist wellness within the workplace. Different scents can improve memory, alertness and productivity, they can dampen anxiety and help you fight fatigue. As we head into winter, these oils can assist in overall wellness, fighting colds and mild aches and pains.
As recruiters, we ask a LOT of questions. It’s what we do and what we are good at. It is a skill to know the right questions to ask to be able to learn as much as you can from the person you are interviewing.