Job Seekers Guide to Recruitment Terminology
Job Seekers Guide to Recruitment Terminology

Have you ever found yourself a little confused at the end of an agency interview, wondering “So, how did that go… and what exactly was the outcome?” From all of us recruiters— sorry! …

Top 10 Tips for a First Time Recruiter
Top 10 Tips for a First Time Recruiter

Starting any new job is challenging, but when it’s a totally new direction or industry, then loads of support is required! That’s what got me thinking about tools for when you begin a…

Video Interview
Nice to virtually meet you – our tips for nailing a video interview

We may be living in uncertain times, but many companies are still hiring. So, your CV has caught someone’s eye? Excellent. You have an interview lined up? Even better, but the catch is…

Job Hunting
Job Hunting in 2020

With the rise of various new job hunting websites and avenues people can search for jobs through, it’s really important to be specific. So many people on Facebook and other sites post things…

CV
Adjust Your CV for the New Zealand Market

Are you moving to New Zealand, and ready to start your job hunt? Take the ‘Kiwi way’ into consideration, and adapt your CV to the local market when applying for jobs.

Contracting
The Real World of Contracting

Employment can take on a range of forms – there are permanent, part time, temporary, fixed-term, and contracting positions. When interviewing candidates and discussing their preferences, I would have to say that the…

Change jobs
Is it time for me to change jobs?

Deciding to change jobs is a big call, but it can be difficult to figure out if it’s the right decision for you. Fear not, asking yourself these 5 questions can help.

Networking
Networking Advice for Beginners

If you’re a natural when it comes to talking to strangers, then you may find networking a breeze. However for many others it can be a real struggle to approach people, start a…

awkward silence
How to avoid that awkward silence at the end of an interview

It’s coming to the end of the interview and now it’s your turn. Many job seekers forget that they are there to ask questions too. Consider these points to discuss with your interviewer.