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Our man in Kurdistan
Our man in Kurdistan
A few weeks ago, Chris Cunnane - Kurdistan Development Manager, flew out to Kurdistan to work at our office in Erbil, the Iraqi capital of Kurdistan. WRS has been operating in Kurdistan since 2015 working with all the major oil and gas companies. Chr...
Posted by: Christopher Cunnane
26/02/20
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How much time should you spend in a job?
How much time should you spend in a job?
The world of work has changed, and we’ve got the data to prove it. The stats show that, on average, Baby Boomers spent 20 years in one job. Nowadays, Millennials are expected to have 30 jobs over the course of their working life, which means th...
Posted by: James Cant
25/02/20
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Welcome to WRS: Sean Jenkins
Welcome to WRS: Sean Jenkins
It’s always exciting when we get a new addition to the team. On Monday WRS welcomed Sean Jenkins to the Energy Division as a Senior Recruitment Consultant. Sean has five years of recruitment experience under his belt and is eager to make an imp...
Posted by: Mark Burslem
21/02/20
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Minimum Requirements for Seafarers - Maritime Crane Operator
Minimum Requirements for Seafarers - Maritime Crane Operator
Seafarers are required to hold specialist maritime certification to work at sea. The last instalment covered the minimum requirements for a Master (Captain) to work on a vessel. In this edition we’re going to be looking at the requirements and ...
Posted by: Nina Dransfield
11/02/20
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How to ace a second interview
How to ace a second interview
Congratulations – you’ve done it! You passed the first stage interview with flying colours and you’ve been invited back for a second interview. It’s important to be aware that the company is interested in you, or they wouldn&r...
Posted by: Thomas Shard
03/02/20
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Returning to work after maternity leave
Returning to work after maternity leave
Do you remember that Sunday night dread you had as a teenager on the last day of the summer holidays? I do. My mum would be ironing my school shirt as she reminded me to pack my new pencil case. The upbeat chimes of the Antique’s Roadshow theme...
Posted by: Emma Upton
29/01/20
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Five signs it's time to change jobs
Five signs it's time to change jobs
When Sunday rolls around do you get the fear of going back into work? Do you think about leaving your job, but not sure whether you should? It could be time to think about whether you need a new job.  It’s very easy to just stay in your c...
Posted by: Emma Upton
22/01/20
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International insights: Kurdistan opportunities
International insights: Kurdistan opportunities
As part of a new feature, WRS are looking into the opportunities that exist in various international locations for experienced personnel within the energy sector. In this edition, we shine a light into Kurdistan and the opportunities that are on off...
Posted by: Mark Burslem
16/01/20
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Minimum Requirements for Seafarers
Minimum Requirements for Seafarers
Seafarers are required to hold specialist maritime certification to work at sea. As part of a new feature, WRS are outlining the role of every rank on-board and the minimum entry requirements. In this edition, we’re going to look at the requi...
Posted by: Jason Robertson
09/01/20
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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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