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New Year, New Job…

It is a New Year, and now is a popular time for people to be looking for jobs and for clients to be recruiting for their jobs to be filled. We thought that it would be a good time to revisit a blog which was written to give advice on securing the first role in London. Although it is aimed at ‘first jobbers’, this blog is also useful if you are dusting off your job finding hat and need some little hints and tips at getting back on the game.   Registering with Agencies London has so many opportunities but unfortunately the job hunt for most is not always straightforward… It can be so disheartening when you send out hundreds of applications to different companies and hear nothing back.  So how do you go about it? Firstly, it would be an idea to apply to some London based agencies. As a first time jobber it is difficult knowing exactly what you want to do and how to go about getting it, and agencies can help with this. Recruitment agencies are there to help when you’re not sure which direction you want to go in – they make the job hunt appear less daunting, and help by doing the hard work for you, so it’s a good idea to register with as many agencies as possible. The registering part is pretty..

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Importance of Team Building

Our team (Team JG) did something different this week; we went to Shaftsbury Avenue to try out the new Crystal Maze. If you were ever a fan of the show you will know how the game works.  For those of you who aren’t familiar with the 90’s show, you are led through a ‘maze’ or different themed rooms with various challenges in each. Led by an enthusiastic host, you are left to work as a team and must help each other pass each challenge. This was not just your everyday work outing, this was a team building exercise! This was a time for us to combine our expertise and skills to work together and encourage each other to win the game and therefore collect as many crystals as possible. In our day jobs at Joyce Guiness we very much rely on each other as we all have our individual duties to complete, which when put together, complete the main task.  It is important therefore that we are able to work together as a team and coordinate ideas and skills. When doing team building activities these can highlight various characteristics and skills of individuals that you might not have known about before. Not only this, it can also help to build trust between you all. Having trust within a team is crucial as it means that people are comfortable to share ideas..

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Relationships.

How to get the most our of your relationship with your recruitment consultant. Before working in recruitment myself, I had no idea how much easier using a recruitment agency could make a job search – I had never used one before, much to my now regret! Your recruitment consultant really will go above and beyond for you, if you let them, and if you do some things for them in return. Outlined below are some tips on how to get the best out of your relationship with your recruitment consultant. Follow these steps and you could land your dream job sooner than expected, or at the very least have on your side a trusty ally with a wealth of industry know-how at their fingertips.   Build a rapport with your recruiter Your recruitment consultant will become your new best friend while you’re working together, you’ll speak a lot during your job hunt and the better you let us get to know you, the easier our job is. The more you open up and share with your recruiter, the better your rapport will be with them. This will ensure you sit at the forefront of their mind and will work massively in your favour when new jobs come into the agency. The better your rapport with your consultant, the more likely they are to share extra tips, industry knowledge and advice..

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