On the back of Mental Health Awareness Week we’ve looked into the work-life balance at some key companies. With ‘work stress’ being a frequent Google search, we’ve focused on stress relieving actions and perks that companies have introduced. Think naps, free holidays and taking pets to work..
As recruitment experts, we find that it’s not uncommon for people to come across situations in the workplace that change their outlook on their career and aspirations. As one of the hot button issues of January is “Blue Monday”, it’s important to try and keep aware of psychological well-being of those around you, and yourself.
Preparing for an interview in the right way is vital for success. Without your focused dedication, your interview could be a disaster. It is as important as your CV, cover letter, interview attire and the way you interact. The team at Greenhill Recruitment have collated some general tips to ensure you perform at the interview
What does your CV mean to you? To me; it is equally as important as our preparation and the way we dress for an interview. It can also be as important as your experience when applying for a new role. It completes and promotes “you” as a package. Your CV is the first impression you
As your consultant our job is to help you present your abilities thoroughly. Not to distort the truth, but to ensure your strengths are highlighted. Set up your phone zone: – Find yourself a quiet spot, with a fully charged phone and great signal. Don’t be caught off guard, make your way to your ‘phone
Changing jobs like underwear appears to be a part of modern society. Where previous generations joined companies as a lifelong career and stayed the duration, the present portrays an everyday hustle & bustle, rapid changes in technology and processes, and the ‘need to progress’ making the job market a much more active scene. To quote