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  • Are we working towards a regional remote working culture?

    • 26 Jan 2021
    • Amy Morris - Oakleaf

    Amy Morris shares some thoughts on a growing movement towards remote working cultures.

  • JOB SEEKERS OPTIMISTIC AFTER DECISIVE ELECTION RESULTS

    • 6 Feb 2020

    Morgan McKinley’s 2019 Q4 London Employment Monitor suggests job seekers are banking on a new decade bringing new opportunities

  • Annapurna HR

    • 1 Apr 2020

    Co-founder, James Ballard on how video interviewing could save the hiring process and what it has meant to our business

  • 2019 Hiring Trends
  • Seven signs you need to change your job in 2017

    • 3 Feb 2017

    The concept of “a job for life”, was buried long ago, and few of us feel compelled to stay in a role which no longer matches our expectations. According to a 2016 Gallup Poll, the idea of “flight” is especially embraced by millennials (those born between 1980 and 1996) who are more likely than most to seek new jobs...

  • How to tailor your CV

    • 3 Dec 2015

    When looking for a human resources job, whether you are right out of university or a seasoned professional, it is essential to have a good CV. However, just having a well put together CV isn’t the only thing that is important. You need to take the time to actually tailor your CV for the job you want. After all, you only have one chance to make a first impression.

  • Top Tips to Secure your Next HR job

    • 25 Aug 2015

    If you are searching for your first Human Resources job, or are already working in the HR field and would like a new challenge or alternative company to work for, there are many things you can do to give yourself the best possible chance of success.

  • How to Write a Good Cover Letter

    • 25 Aug 2015

    Writing a good cover letter is usually considered an incredibly important aspect of a job application.

  • How Do Recruiters Choose the Best Candidates?

    • 24 Aug 2015

    Remember, there is much more to the recruitment selection process than the four aspects we are about to discuss, but get these four things right, and you will be increasing your chances of employment substantially.

  • What qualifications do you need for an HR Career?

    • 10 Aug 2018

    Whether you're looking to start your career in HR or advance further, find out the qualifications you'll need and others that are available to help you progress.

  • Thirty seconds to ‘sell’ yourself—why it pays to have an elevator pitch up your sleeve

    • 20 Apr 2015
    • Stephanie Sparrow

    Having a few engaging words up your metaphorical sleeve means that you are likely to strike the right tone in face- to-face situations. Read our helpful tips and advice.

  • SF Group awarded Top 50 spot on The Sunday Time’s ‘Top 100 Companies to Work For’

    • 30 Mar 2015
    • SF Group

    SF Group recently announced that they have been placed within the Top 50 Best Companies to Work For in the UK by The Sunday Times.

  • Video Calling - The Recipe to Success

    • 20 Oct 2014
    • Ashley Kate HR

    Video calling has most certainly become a firm fixture in most recruitment processes, cutting down on travelling and ensuring consultants can now have virtual face to face preliminary interviews with their prospective candidates.

  • Private or Public Sector - Which Is Right For You?

    • 22 Sep 2014
    • John Eccleston

    Currently, the main distinction between the two sectors is that the private sector is largely looking to grow again as the economy makes its way out of recession, but which sector is right for you?

  • “Rubbish Recruiters Say?”

    • 8 Sep 2014
    • Ashley Kate HR

  • Feedback Failures

    • 1 Sep 2014
    • Ashley Kate HR

    Gaining detailed feedback we all know is tough, we are not asking for a chapter and verse overview on each performance, but here are some tips on what to focus on and what to avoid.