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Supporting the 7 major decisions candidates make

Research, shared by the employment search engine Indeed, suggests candidates must make at least 7 major decisions before they become an employee with your company.

So how can recruiters help you as hirers effectively support your candidates through these decisions? Continue reading

Do you have any questions? Part 2

Any Questions

Following up on our post: “Do you have any questions? Part 1” we thought we’d share some hints and tips from our team on questions you could ask at interview.

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New Year Resolutions for Your Job Search this year

New Year Resolutions

‘Looking for a new job’ is a popular New Year resolution every year, along with ‘going to the gym’, ‘eating healthy’ and ‘spending less’.
Whilst we can’t help you with your budgeting or sticking to a fitness programme, we hope the information below will help you in your career search in the year ahead.
(if you’d like to read more tips click here to see our New Year resolutions from previous years, we’re sure they’re still helpful this year!)
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New Year Resolutions for Your Job Search in 2012

Job Application FormGetting a New Job is holding firm as one of the UKs most popular New Year Resolutions, coming in below “saving money” and above “spending more time with people who matter”.

Here are a few tips to help make sure you stick to this resolution in 2012 even when we’ve all given up on our new regime of “eating healthy” and “going to the gym”! Continue reading

Escape’s Guide for Job Seekers: How to Write a CV

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Job Application Form

This is a question we are asked often and the biggest problem we have when answering it is that there is no one right answer. At times it may be best to focus and promote your qualifications, at other times the achievements you have gained in your career are more important.

The content, style and focus of your CV can depend on a number of other factors including: Continue reading

Breadcrumbs, Cookies and Spiders – My Journey with our New Website

Escape Recruitment - our old website

Before

It started off all so simple.

Our existing site had become unloved, unattended and old fashioned. It said nothing about us as a company and wasn’t helpful or engaging for jobseekers or hiring managers who visited the site.
 
So when my colleague Laura and I took the plunge to project manage the redesign and re-launch our site we had one goal :

“We want a new website which better reflects what Escape Recruitment is all about and is informative and helpful for our visitors”.

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