Monthly Archives: September 2011
PROUD TO ANNOUNCE OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH ACEVO
Richmond Solutions are pleased to announce that they are now a Corporate Partner of the United Kingdom’s Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO), the representative body for the leaders of the UK’s Not for Profit sector. Richmond Solutions provide personal career advocacy services including LinkedIn profile building and optimisation, CV/Resume writing, interview training […]
AND WHEN THE MUSIC DIES…
David does sterling work posting our blog about different LinkedIn groups and, in some ways I judge the success of the blog on how much comment it has attracted. When we posted“Romancing the Recruiter” last week, it soon became clear that it might have been more appropriate to write a blog called “Reviling the Recruiter” […]
SO WHY DO WE FEEL SO BAD?
The great Radio 4 debate of the week commencing 6th June revolved around whether the press was actively talking down the economy, highlighting redundancies and cuts and passing over stories of investment and job creation. The Chancellor of the Exchequer expressed exasperation; representatives of such august bodies as the TUC and the Chartered Institute of […]
ROMANCING THE RECRUITER
Someone observed to me that recruitment is a bit like dating. I guess it is: there are endless meetings with new people, hoping that you’ll hit it off; you sit there nervously judging each other’s body language and words in the hope you won’t embarrass yourself; and some of these meetings will go nowhere while […]
WHAT JOB SEEKERS CAN LEARN FROM PROFESSIONAL...
Gambling and job seeking can have an awful lot in common. Most people think they know how to play the game, yet in truth are just trusting to luck. But there are better ways of prospering in your job hunt. There are ways you can actually win. They require patience, professionalism and knowledge. And they […]