Can a leopard change its spots? Hiring the right people is critical for any business whether a small company with relatively few employees or a multi-national organisation. Hiring mistakes not only waste time and money, they create a ripple effect that impacts other employees and your business.
Are you developing the dreaded “Desk Belly”? Since graduating many years ago I have worked in office environments. Working in London in demanding property and recruitment roles has meant spending many hours sat behind desks, on the phone, working on computers.
Cultivating a happy and healthy work environment is vital to the success of any business – and even more important is developing a sense of community. Many companies are so busy perfecting their product or service, they don’t have much time to think about company culture.
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I speak to clients repeatedly about how much time is taken up dealing with recruitment “agencies” who’s policy is; lets throw enough $%*& and hopefully some of it will stick.
Recruiters are usually inundated with applications for any given vacancy. They often have only 30 seconds to review each job application. With this in mind, you have to make sure that your cover letter makes a powerful impression at the first glance. It’s important you grab the reader’s attention in the first few sentences.
Here are some tips of how to write a cover letter…