Do you have to work in Recruitment office?


    So you’ve finished university, earned your degree and are eager to get started with your career. You’ve got a great education, talent and enthusiasm in abundance – the only problem is, you’re not sure what to do next.  With so many options to choose from, it isn’t always easy making key career decisions. This is particularly the case if your degree doesn’t guide you into a specific profession, such as law, accounting or medicine. There are some guidance for you.

    Finding a job:

    When you’re looking to put workers in chairs, but whatever stage you’re at in your career, having the right people guiding you through your job search can make all the difference when it comes to finding the right role. And one of the best resources you can take advantage of are recruitment agencies.

    Not sure how they actually work? Here’s a quick guide to recruitment agencies. Recruitment can be a very exciting and rewarding industry to work in, but similar to any other business-to-business environment, it requires a lot of focus, determination and drive from its consultants,’ explains Jane Norton, talent development director at Michael Page. There are few tips that helps you get started:

    1. Build good relationships

    Building and maintaining long lasting relationships is a huge part of a recruiter’s day-to-day role.

    ‘Learning about your client’s hiring needs and understanding what drives an individual in the workplace will enable you to successfully match the right candidates with the right jobs,’ says Jane.

    ‘One of the most important things to remember when building strong relationships is that people are an uncontrollable product and won’t be rushed into making what can sometimes be one of the biggest decisions of their lives; always be patient and don’t push people into making a decision,’

    2. Embrace technology

    Over the last ten years technology has changed the way that most industries operate and recruitment is no different.

    ‘The way we engage with candidates is far more proactive and less reliant on candidates responding to adverts. We’re now actively sourcing talent on a daily basis,’ says Phil Cookson, director at recruitment agency Creative Resource.

    This has seen an increase in the use of video technology and companies such as Phil’s are using apps to chat to candidates. In addition to this you will also need a good grasp of all major social media channels. Recruiters are using all of these technologies and social media platforms to gather information, and you will also need the ability to find what you need, analyses the information and draw conclusions from it.

    3. Have self-confidence

    It’s important to your success as a recruitment consultant to demonstrate the right level of self-confidence. This will improve the way your colleagues view you and your opinions and ideas will more likely be taken into consideration.

    4. Think about your career development

    In order to succeed in recruitment, you need to know where your career is heading and how you can progress and move forward.

    Phil is adamant that a career in recruitment has great potential, whichever route you take. You could work for a small niche firm like Phil or a large global recruiter with international offices.

    Another option is to go it alone as Phil points out, ‘Many people choose to start their own businesses, so if you’ve got an entrepreneurial streak it’s a great industry to work in.’ Find out more about being self-employed.

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