Category: Recruitment

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Recruitment
Naomi Robinson

High Days and Holidays!

An important part of our role as beauty, cosmetic and personal care recruitment consultants is to help negotiate contracts. We recruit at every level and

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Recruitment
Naomi Robinson

Make Your Commute Count

At times just getting to work and back can feel like a job in itself. Arthur Edward HQ is in London’s Covent Garden, a lively and

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Industry News
Emma Cowan

Top 25 Jobs 2019

​Glassdoor has released a report revealing the top 25 jobs for 2019, using their job score system, the report looks at earning potential, job satisfaction as well as the number of job openings in the area.

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10 top tips to climb the career ladder!
Recruitment
Heidi Bannister

10 top tips to climb the career ladder!

It’s not just about doing a good job, it’s about being seen to do an excellent job.

If you want to climb the career ladder you have to go the extra mile, be motivated, dedicated, disciplined and noticed.

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life at arthur edward
Recruitment
Heidi Bannister

Life at Arthur Edward

To hear about life at Arthur Edward, our ethos why we love what we do listen to the recent podcast Heidi did with our Covent Garden office provider.

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annual review faux pas
Recruitment
Heidi Bannister

Annual Review Faux Pas

Annual Review Faux Pas -10 Things NOT to say at a Review -Heidi Bannister

January is a time when many people have their annual review so here is a list to help you keep your job and maybe even get that promotion.
Many companies do 360 reviews, which gives you a chance to review your line managers and bosses and can be a very constructive exercise for everyone but remember, this is a time to keep your guard up.
In many companies you will be given time to prepare for your review, you might even be given things to consider or questions to answer beforehand. Make sure you spend time thinking and preparing for the meeting, it’s a time to be engaged and discuss your future.
Remember who pays your salary, who you need to impress and keep your cool, you should be allowed to digest any information and come back with your feedback at a later date. Just breath, take your time and think before you speak, especially if you tend to be hot headed.

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