Apart from cocking up the handshake at the start, the questions at the end of interviews can be the nerviest bit. So here are 10 of the best questions for Recruiters to dish out to in-process candidates as well as use during their own job searches.
Equity can look like a fantastic deal, and in many cases it is. But it can equally be quite a complex subject that needs research before you accept any offer put in front of you.
Travelling. Seeing the world. Broadening your horizons. Experiencing life in other parts of the world. What an annoyance. Here are the biggest signs you shouldn’t be looking at a job abroad.
When you limit your career goals based on location alone, you’re really limiting yourself. Success isn’t defined by a City job.
I’ve written before about mental wellbeing on Hunted. We’ve also started a campaign to look at mental health in recruitment. Because at the end of the day, if you’re not enjoying this job, it becomes laborious. In fact, if you’re not enjoying anything it becomes hard work.
What do you expect from a good manager?
Should they sit there barking or orders, or just leave you to it with little to no guidance?
Small in size, mighty by nature.
Joining a recruitment agency with less than 20 people versus joining a company with 200+, is a completely different ball game.
Tech, it makes the world go round.
It ticks away while we’re sleeping and never goes on holiday.
There are lots of ways you can go in your recruitment career. And the options open to you are becoming more plentiful. Thanks to the evolution of this industry it’s no longer Hobson’s Choice when it comes to the path you might tread. But, on a basic level, certainly in agency, two very distinct paths are more clear than others.
I’ve always worked in the Rec2Rec industry. I’ve spent Monday to Friday for the best part of 6 years talking to recruiters and recruitment business owners. Do you know what that means? It means I have absolutely nothing to talk about at dinner parties.