Category: Recruitment Insights

  • AAT – Is it for me?

    At this time Mitchell Adam has three fully qualified AAT consultants, something which benefits our clients, and ultimately ourselves. But why would an AAT qualification support someone in a recruitment role? Benefits to our clients One of the main reasons it is beneficial to our clients is due to the technical understanding, since a lot…

  • The Four Day Working Week – Could it Work?

    Today, many people will have heard of the four-day week; a company decision for employers to reduce staff working days from five to four without a reduction in wages. Whilst it’s a popular topic in a number of countries, very few businesses have chosen to implement the change. But why do people believe it could…

  • 7 Tips to Succeed at Interviewing

    So you’ve been offered an interview, great! But what does it take to turn that interview into a job offer? We’ve collated some tips to help you prepare and improve your interview performance. Practice and prepare Once an interview has been secured it’s important to find time to prepare, and the best way to do…

  • Advancement of Interviews

    If you consider the past 10 years or so, the largest change that comes to mind is the advancement and accessibility of technology. Not only have mobile phones improved, there is now a wider variety of equipment such as notebooks and virtual reality experiences. The majority of the population in first world countries are able…

  • 8 Steps on How to Create a Successful Recruitment Agency

    Everyone’s experience of using a recruitment agency will be different depending on which one they use – some amazing, some good, and some terrible!! A great agency can make the process of matching candidates to jobs simple and easy for everyone involved, ensuring they provide an excellent service. Looking for a new job can be…

  • Why you should hire potential over experience

    Working in a busy recruitment office, we see a lot of people pass through each day – all will be looking for different jobs, and for different reasons; but do you hire somebody with less experience, but a lot of potential, over somebody with a lot of experience, but not as much about them? I…

  • Should you always be honest during an interview?

    My colleague (A recruiter for temporary staff) mentioned something interesting last week – on an average, she would interview maybe 10 potential candidates per week, and a lot of them ask the question; should they be honest about their goals and expectations or should they lie, knowing that maybe some of their future goals may…

  • Super Temp VS Bad Temp

    In theme with the recent release of the new Superman vs Batman film we thought we would share some of our advice on becoming ‘SuperTemp’. It’s a fact; unemployment is at a decade-low rate. However, figures show that the number of jobs available has been on the continued increase for quite some time now. For…

  • Top Talent VS Top Tenants – Finding the best people.

     Having worked in the recruitment industry for a little over 3 months I am starting to see more and more similarities to the industry that I worked in and knew so well for so many years. Although the economy is repairing itself as we soar on from the credit crunch, this only makes the job…

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