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We all have those interview stories that make you cringe with embarrassment. Whether it's because you hadn't performed as you thought you would, answered a question in the wrong fashion when you knew the right answer was clearly obvious, or the organisation did/said something which...

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17 September 2013
Sellick Partnership

Sellick Partnership

We've all seen that scene from The Office with the famous David Brent dance, but surely this doesn't happen in a real life corporate environment - does it? The BBC reported last week about a somewhat 'innovative' approach to a job interview involving Currys in Cardiff. When...

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11 September 2013
Danielle Wainman

Danielle Wainman
Consultant, Finance Specialist, Public Sector and Not for Profit

My niece will soon be entering her final year of university and as part of her degree course she is required to undertake a work placement relevant to her course. Whilst her university offers support in terms of finding such work placements, my niece is an extremely focussed and driven...

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10 September 2013
Rachel Smith

Rachel Smith
Office Manager, Commerce & Industry, Public Sector and Not for Profit

I want to encourage graduates to choose recruitment as a career rather than seeing it as something you come across whilst searching online or just fall in to. If I look back at the graduate trainees I have recruited into Sellick Partnership, either as Trainee Resourcing Consultants or...

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27 June 2013
Debbie Kaba

Debbie Kaba
Internal Recruitment Manager, Central Services

Everyone hates when it's time to start looking for a new role - cue the dreaded job search.   It can be very overwhelming when you first start seeking out that position. In the current market, you need to be smart about how you are conducting your job search and how you are...

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17 June 2013
Chelsey Newsom

Chelsey Newsom
Consultant, Legal, Public Sector and Not for Profit