Ensuring a successful virtual interview

Posted: 24/01/2022 by Cox Purtell

Ensuring a successful virtual interview   A virtual interview, or video interview, can be an effective way to demonstrate your skills to a potential employer. With many more of us working from home more frequently, employers have taken to doing many virtual interviews. We don’t see this changing much moving forward. Perhaps the first interview...

10 Tips for Nailing your Interview This Year

Posted: 12/01/2022 by Cox Purtell

10 Tips for Nailing Your Interview This Year   Whether you’re applying to your first job out of university or looking to make the move from one company to another, interviewing can be an uncomfortable experience for some, no matter how many times you’ve done it before. As the old saying goes, dress for the...

Managing your first month at a new job

Posted: 25/11/2021 by Cox Purtell

How to Manage Your First Month at a New Job Starting a new job can be very exciting, but it can also be nerve-wracking to know what to expect in the first month in your new role. Keep in mind that everyone experiences their first month at work differently, so your experience may not mirror...

5 Ways to Maximize Time at the Office

Posted: 10/11/2021 by Cox Purtell

Working from home can have its perks, but don’t underestimate the importance of being able to get out of the house and back into your work environment once more. While taking care of your children or other household duties can be rewarding, having time at the office can give you perspective on your work, help...

Every Interaction Is An Interview

Posted: 18/04/2016 by Cox Purtell

Stop and think about who you may be speaking to without your knowledge – everyone deserves the same respect as you.

Cracking The Culture Code

Posted: 16/03/2016 by Cox Purtell

We tend to forget what it is that makes a good company culture and that like people, it is always evolving.

Can Robots Recruit Better Than Humans?

Posted: 15/02/2016 by Cox Purtell

Unfortunately for humans we are inefficient, mistake prone and expensive when compared to machines and there isn’t anything we can do about it.

Feedback: A Help or Hindrance?

Posted: 08/02/2016 by Cox Purtell

The reputation of a recruiter has always been heavily dependent on our ability to fulfil the needs of both a candidate and a client.