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Hays places thousands of people in new jobs every year which gives us invaluable expertise in all areas of your job search and career progression. We can help you at all stages of you career whether you're searching for a job, writing your CV, preparing for an interview, starting a job, leaving a job, looking to upskill.
We aim to provide you, the jobseeker, with information, tips & guidance so that you feel as prepared as possible in the hunt for your new dream job or when asking for a promotion.
Our career advice pages cover all stages of the job search process, or contact a Hays consultant for further advice.
A job interview is conducted to assess whether the applicant should be hired. Interviews are one of the most popularly used devices for employee selection. Prepare yourself by checking our blogs on the topic of interviews.
Business leaders and professionals must adapt and be agile to the challenges that are presented to them on a daily basis. Read our blogs to understand how you can be a leader to prepare yourself for the uncertain future.
Having transitioned from the chaos we faced in the pandemic – establishing a ‘new normal’ of remote working, changes in working arrangements, and fighting to keep businesses afloat has become the norm.
At the present time, the challenge of ensuring high levels of productivity when working is a very real one for many around the world, regardless of role or, indeed, the size of the business they work in.
Articles about Careers
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28 examples of quantifiable evidence to add to your CV that you might not have thought of...
7 Questions for Interview
Seven Questions To Ask Your Interviewer...
11 Tips for Interview
Should You Take the Job for More Money
Discussing your salary expectations
Why Should I Hire You
Advice on how you can prepare a succinct, sharp and impactful response to “Why Should I hire you?”...
Impression on Your First Day
We offer these seven easy tips to help you make a quick and lasting impression on your first day...