Starting out in HR

  • How to make the right start in HR
    Employment specialists agree that even in this uncertain world, opportunities abound for an HR career.
  • There is much more involved in the recruitment process other than just going through CVs and conducting interviews. In fact, it can be a daunting task due to the large amount of CVs that are received on any given day.
  • Finding recruitment for your first HR role is not really any different than landing a first job in any other field, with a tried and trusted set of tasks which must be completed to give yourself every chance of being successful.
  • 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.

  • 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?
  • 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.
  • CV advice from Ashley Kate HR - How to Write a Good CV
  • Failing to rethink your interview questions is a serious oversight that leaves a weak link in your recruitment strategy.
  • Graduate opportunities have managed withstand the downturn over the last few years, with organisations offering both specific graduate programmes and a steady stream of entry level positions to enable graduates to get a foothold in HR.