If you are looking for career advice, informative industry information, how to write a better CV, becoming more marketable, tips on job hunting and also coaching through the resignation process read some of our easy tips on the recruitment process. At AdoGreen, we understand the frustrations and restrictions candidates face at times, and value the opportunity to make your life easier through the job search process.
We offer interview tips and will help wherever we can. Even if you as a candidate are never placed through our agency, we will certainly help you as a candidate wherever we can and understand your need for information and advice. You have come to the right place!
It is not every day that one is looking for a job, and sometimes one may wonder, ‘where do I start?’ Before you start to look for a job, you really need to understand yourself and why you want to move. Understand exactly what is motivating you. What are the motivating factors in your life? Be honest with yourself when you ask this question.
Whatever the reason/s are that you may want to move, hold true to this and be totally honest about these reasons when discussing this with an agency. If you misrepresent yourself, and the motivating factors in your life, it could be VERY detrimental if one thing is discussed with an agency, and another thing comes out when being interviewed by the client.Before you decide to work with an agency, make sure you are 100% certain about your situation. This does not mean that if a job is discussed with you, you have to take it or are obliged to go on an interview, but it does mean that consultants will be able to help you more effectively discussing the right career opportunity with you.
Do research on the Internet to see which agency/agencies you may like to work with if you do not feel comfortable putting your CV onto a job board. If you are in a very specialised field, chances are that you are going to be presented with better career options through and agency that specialise. They can realistically advise you on salaries and other expectations, where a generalist does not always know.
When doing job hunting and an agency contacts you make sure you get enough information about the job that the agency wants to put you forward to. Here are some examples: