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Common mistakes to avoid when looking for a new job
Common mistakes to avoid when looking for a new job
The key to job searching is being careful. Be careful with what you write, what you say, how you apply to jobs and how you present your skills and experience in your CV. Done correctly, it will help you land a job. Done wrongly, and you could make yo...
Posted by: Stuart Mcneill
11/12/19
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Get noticed in the oil and gas industry – your guide to creating a great CV
Get noticed in the oil and gas industry – your guide to creating a great CV
It’s important that you have the right CV if you’re looking for a new job in the oil and gas industry. A role in the oil and gas industry may require specialist experience or skills, so a regular CV may not be enough to sell yourself to a...
Posted by: Josh Stachini
04/12/19
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7 Tips to nail a Skype interview
7 Tips to nail a Skype interview
Over the past few years web-based interviews are becoming increasingly common so it’s important for candidates to interview comfortably over the web. Follow these tips to help you embrace technology and master a Skype interview. Before the i...
Posted by: Charlotte Archibald
28/11/19
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How to leave your job on good terms
How to leave your job on good terms
Congratulations! You’ve been offered a new job, which you’ve decided to accept. Follow these simple tips to ensure you leave your current employer in a professional and amicable manner. Resignation letterThe first thing you need to do is...
Posted by: Wei Hua Ng
21/11/19
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What makes you exceptional?
What makes you exceptional?
All employers look for candidates who have the right skills and experience for a role. But what if there are a number of people applying for the same role, what makes you exceptional? It’s important that your achievements come across when you...
Posted by: Oliver Green
12/11/19
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Flirting with the idea of a new job?
Flirting with the idea of a new job?
Whilst being loyal to your current employer is admirable, staying in touch with the job market can help give you a fresh perspective on your work situation and role. Flirting with the idea of a new job can help you pick up on career trends and bett...
Posted by: Megan Cartwright
07/11/19
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Important questions to ask about your probation period
Important questions to ask about your probation period
When you start a new job as a permanent employee, there’s a strong chance your new employer will put you on a probation period to ensure you’re right for the role. A probation period is also a brilliant way to see if the company and role ...
Posted by: Chloe Jordan
29/10/19
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WRS launches 'Centre of Excellence' as part of major business expansion
WRS launches 'Centre of Excellence' as part of major business expansion
Worldwide Recruitment Solutions Ltd (WRS), the multi-discipline global staffing solutions company, has announced a major restructure as part of its global strategy to super serve clients following several business wins. The brand new ‘Centre o...
Posted by: Ruth McKinney
25/10/19
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Join WRS at Offshore Energy 2019
Join WRS at Offshore Energy 2019
Held from the 7 to the 9 October, this year’s Offshore Energy exhibition and conference is set to attract its biggest audience yet, consisting of over 650 exhibitors and 12,000 visitors from over 90 nationalities. WRS will be at booth 1.528 s...
Posted by: Scott Redfern
30/08/19
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Turning your weaknesses into strengths
Turning your weaknesses into strengths
Taking the time to evaluate what you’re good at and what you enjoy in your day to day work is a great exercise in self-awareness. “What are your strengths and weaknesses?”. A common interview question and something that you should ...
Posted by: Ruth McKinney
24/07/19
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