How To Tackle The Puzzling Psychometric Tests?

Psychometric testing is becoming a corner stone to the graduate recruitment process. More and more companies are using these tests to understand their candidates and reveal their aptitudes. Consequently, graduates and students now need to be aware of why these tests are used in the recruitment process, how to succeed and what mistakes to avoid. Lots of graduates struggle with this stage of the recruitment process so do not worry, you’re not alone! Continue reading How To Tackle The Puzzling Psychometric Tests?

What Is the Difference Between a Graduate Scheme and an Entry-Level Role?

Looking into what types of jobs you want for after university and getting confused whether a graduate or entry level role is best for you? This blog will break down the benefits of both routes and give you an insight into what being on a graduate scheme to joining at entry level will actually mean for your professional development. Continue reading What Is the Difference Between a Graduate Scheme and an Entry-Level Role?

How to Harness Your Virtual Networking Skills

As we are all aware COVID has dramatically changed the landscape of the job market and, within this, how people find their ideal job. It has become so important that recruiters can see your personality and capabilities from behind a screen. This blog will help you improve your virtual communication generally, as well as how to harness your virtual networking capabilities with 5 specific top tips. Continue reading How to Harness Your Virtual Networking Skills

How to Move Forward when you Feel Stuck

We’ve all been there. Your job has become stale and uninteresting. You’re under increasing pressure to deliver more with less. People are coming and going, the culture is shifting. It’s not quite what it once was. You know you don’t want to stay in this role (possibly not even this organisation) for much longer. But it’s not the right time to jump ship… So what do you do? Continue reading How to Move Forward when you Feel Stuck