Receiving a counter offer can seem flattering on the surface, but is it always a positive thing for an individual to accept and stay once they’ve taken active steps to look for a new role? There are numerous reasons why you shouldn’t rush into accepting a counter offer.
Every single interaction - email, phone call or meeting - you have with a recruiter will shape their perception of you. It’s important that you present yourself in the best light possible at all times.
You’ve decided the time has come to get a new job. For whatever reason, whether you want a new challenge, or a new experience, or indeed a new career altogether, you are ready to make the jump and begin the (sometimes) laborious task of a job search.
Plenty has been written on interview preparation. Interview styles change and advice can be conflicting so here's an interview guide on current, relevant advice to help at interview and secure your next role.
“I feel the need—the need for speed”! Said Peter "Maverick" Mitchell, played by Tom Cruise in Top Gun.
Now, I know this is in a totally different context, however the sentiment has never been truer about today’s society.
In need of some advice on how to interview for projects and change specific positions? As a specialised recruiter, I've highlighted the most important tips to take on board, how to gauge whether the interview has gone well, and the best ways to present yourself to an employer.