Today it is time for the letter D as part of our weekly feature on JOBS Radio called: The A to Z of Recruitment Tips for Job Seekers – with Adam Butler, Managing Director of Easy Online Recruitment.

Having worked in recruitment for many years, Adam is an expert in helping job seekers find jobs across all industry sectors and at all levels.

Adam talks through his thoughts on the letter D which stands for “discipline” and how you need to be disciplined with your job search activities.

Weekly episodes of the A to Z of Recruitment Tips for Job Seekers are released via the JOBS Radio Podcast every Tuesday morning.

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As part of our new weekly feature on JOBS Radio called: The A to Z of Recruitment Tips for Job Seekers – Adam Butler from Easy Online Recruitment offers some job search advice to job seekers.

Having worked in recruitment for many years, Adam is an expert in helping job seekers find jobs across all industry sectors and at all levels.

Today it is time for the letter C and unsurprisingly Adam has chosen to talk about the trusted “CV”.

Listen in as Adam talks through how to make your CV  stand out from the crowd to secure an interview.

Weekly episodes of the A to Z of Recruitment Tips for Job Seekers are released via the JOBS Radio Podcast every Tuesday morning.

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Stephen O’Donnell offers some great advice to job seekers to help them get the job they want.

Stephen has nearly 30 years experience of working in Recruitment, with many of those years running his own recruitment agency business, and has some great wisdom to share.

Interview Links:

PC Evaluate

National Online Recruitment Awards

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In this brand new feature on JOBS Radio called: The A to Z of Recruitment Tips for Job Seekers – Adam Butler from Easy Online Recruitment offers some job search advice to job seekers.

Adam has many years of experience helping job seekers find jobs across all industry sectors and at all levels.

In this weekly feature on JOBS Radio Adam will be going through the alphabet offering advice for each letter.

The letter B is for “Bullet Points” and Adam goes through how to maximise the use of bullet points within your CV to hep you secure an interview.

Weekly episodes of the A to Z of Recruitment Tips for Job Seekers are released via the JOBS Radio Podcast every Tuesday morning.

 

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In this brand new feature on JOBS Radio called: The A to Z of Recruitment Tips for Job Seekers – Adam Butler from Easy Online Recruitment offers some job search advice to job seekers.

Adam has many years of experience helping job seekers find jobs across all industry sectors and at all levels.

In this weekly feature on JOBS Radio Adam will be going through the alphabet offering advice for each letter.

In the first episode below Adam talks about the letter A and how the letter A stands for taking “Action”.

Weekly episodes of the A to Z of Recruitment Tips for Job Seekers are released via the JOBS Radio Podcast every Tuesday morning.

 

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Video interviewing is starting to become more and more popular as part of the recruitment process, but what if you have never been asked to take part in a video interview before?

In this interview Daniel Richard, Managing Director for EMEA at Sonru, gives some advice and tips on how job seekers can make a good impression when taking part in a video interview.

Interview Links: 200,000 Candidate Insights to Video Interviews  www.sonru.com

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In this detailed and informative interview Katrina Collier shares some great tips and insights on how to use Social Media when searching for a job.

Katrina covers ways of using Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to make yourself visible to Recruiters and what not to do in terms of your profile picture!

Interview Links: www.winningimpression.com

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In this interview Louise Triance shares some great advice about Psychometric and Aptitude Testing.

As an ex Recruiter and founder of UK Recruiter, Louise runs In-House & Agency Recruitment Technology Showcase events and is a Psychometric Assessor.

Interview Links: www.assessmentday.co.uk & www.ukrecruiter.co.uk

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Inge Dowden is the Author of the book – The Happy Worker – How To Find A Job You Love And Love The Job You Have.

In Part 1 of this two part interview series Inge gives some advice to people on “how to find a job you love.”

In Part 2 Inge talks about how it is possible to “love the job you have.”

Part 1

Part 2

Interview Links: www.thehappyworker.co.uk

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