Our dedicated consultants will provide you with ongoing career management and support, keeping you informed about how you can constantly improve your career prospects. If you are a contractor, you will receive guidance from our contractor support team.
“Keeping in contact with old colleagues and building up a strong network in your area of expertise is potentially the most important thing you can do - you never know when an existing contact may come in handy.
Always continue improving yourself; read around your specialist area as much as possible to gain a range of perspectives and if possible, undertake additional qualifications to further bolster your profile.”
You have accepted an offer and started your new job, but that’s not where your journey with us ends. Our expert recruitment consultants talk to all sorts of professionals at varying levels of seniority and can give you priceless insight into how to progress your career even further.
Your first week in a new position can seem daunting, but you can easily integrate yourself into the team. Try and introduce yourself to as many people as possible. You never know when you may require someone’s assistance; if you already have a relationship, it will be much easier.
To help your career progression, establish goals during set time frames and make sure you stick to them. The best way to go about this is to have easily achievable, short term goals which, when culminated, will contribute significantly to your long term career objectives.