A quick and effective interview process is essential in today's job market. We've outlined what you need to do to get top talent into your business ASAP.
Each time a team wants to grow, there's always one question that comes up - should a company conduct its own hiring internally or employ an external recruitment agency?
“I want to have a long and successful career in recruitment,” said no graduate, ever. But taking a step back, you learn and develop some indispensable skills...
The BrighterBox team caught up with the company's first ever placements to see how their roles and careers have evolved over the last 3 years. Take a look if you always wondered what a career in business development could lead to.
So you’ve slaved away for the last few years, you’re now pipette-proficient and you’d never mix up mitosis and meiosis in a pub quiz. But graduation is looming and you’re not really sure on your next steps. It can feel like everyone doing a biology degree ends up in medicine or academia, so you have no idea what options are open to you outside of this. But don’t worry, we’ve got you.
Ah, the CV personal profile section. The only thing worse than writing your Tinder profile because sadly you can’t just insert the water emoji here and wait for the offers to come rolling in… but fear not, we're here to save the day (and your job hunt) with these five simple tips!
We get it. Applying to your first grad job can be overwhelming. You’re trying to find a job that you’ll love, shine in all stages of the application process and start work before you’ve officially run out of money. It often means you’re typing out a cover letter with no time to check over it or walking into an interview with an interview style that could use some more practice. Sadly, sometimes this can lead to rejection even if you know you’d be a great candidate. If your application journey hasn’t been as smooth as you’d like, check out the following tips: