So, you recently graduated after studying in the ever-sunny United Kingdom on a Tier 4 student visa and would like to stay here. Well who can blame you, when the pies are this good? Good news! We can show you how to get a work visa in the UK.
At Enternships’ Hiring Masterclass last week, Anthony Sutton, founder and MD of Cream HR, gave an advice-packed talk about hiring the right people, based on years of experience as a successful recruiter. This guest blog is just a tiny snippet of his vast knowledge.
With increasing choice in how and when to enter the world of work, more and more young people are finding they need to know how to write a CV at 16. Part-time work, apprenticeships, work experience – no matter what it is, we’re here to help.
We’re not blinkered; as much as we love a good internship, we know that sometimes it might not be the right option when you feel the need to scratch an employability itch. Here’s our guide to CV-bolstering Christmas work, with something to suit everyone (no excuses).
Joke? Not a joke? Just a very well thought out fining system? We don’t know, and we need your help figuring it out. But for God’s sake, don’t consume excessive milk. It’ll cost you.
Worried about making a great impression at interview? It’s difficult to image a more rigorous vetting system than that of BBC’s The Apprentice – so who better than to give us some tips than former star and InspirEngage CEO Melody Hossaini?
Interviews are for answering questions, not asking them, right? Wrong. We’ve cobbled together a list of killer interview questions to ask employers that will have them begging you not to leave the building – and some to avoid at all costs.
Enternships hot-shot and hiring expert Will Bentinck is delivering a FREE hiring workshop (with food and drink provided, no less) on the 18th November, in association with London Fusion. We decided to get a couple of tips from him in preparation.
Getting recruitment right is no picnic. Feast your eyes on these five common hiring mistakes made by SMEs to watch out for, with a tomato analogy to drive the point home.