We asked Georgina Beavis, Huxley Sydney and Alexander Jenner, Computer Future Tokyo for their advice on what to do after an interview.
Despite getting her Masters in Criminology, Jayantie Seosahai decided to embark on a career in recruitment. Hailed as the Queen of Quality at Global Enterprise Partners, one of SThree Group’s brands, she’s become a valuable forerunner in creating the best customer experience. Read on as she tells her story.
As new technologies change our digital landscape, the demand for highly skilled IT professionals increases to match. Our recruiters from Progressive, an SThree brand, work hard to stay one step ahead of the curve, always evolving to match the changing demands of this market, and continue to provide our customers with the best solutions for their needs.
The SThree Group, with its ten specialist brands, work across crucially important industries to deliver the best service to our candidates and clients. For example, Computer Futures, who just cleared its fourth transformational year in the Japan market, hired (with support from their colleagues from Huxley) the first Digital Marketing Manager for a traditional music equipment manufacturer in Japan.
Everyone who works in recruitment knows or will certainly realise after no time at all that this job is not about money, it’s about people and building relationships. Someone who knows this just too well, is Stescha Burks, Associate Account Manager at Progressive, part of Specialist Staffing Group, the US division of SThree plc, in Houston.
The recruitment industry offers a world of excitement and opportunity, no two days are the same. Our Huxley and Global Enterprise Partners teams in Belgium and The Netherlands respectively know all too well the passion and purpose that comes with working in recruitment.
To the outside world, a job as a Recruitment Consultant is often met with the misconception that you just “match candidates to a role” and then move on to the next one. David Hitchings, a Consultant at SThree brand Computer Futures in London, explains why recruitment is much more than a ‘match-making’ service – it’s all about relationships.
Would you apply for a job if the advert didn’t accurately describe the role, the company and the responsibilities of the position? Of course not! A compelling job ad is vital to attracting the right candidates for your clients’ business and as a recruiter one of the key skills to grab their attention is advert writing.
Connor Schwab joined our San Francisco Team from Specialist Staffing Group (the US division of SThree plc) in January 2015, as a recent college graduate. We chatted to him about how he found the transition from college life to a full-time role in the recruitment industry.
A diverse workforce enables more creative thinking, and brings ideas and experiences from different backgrounds to the table, leading to a competitive edge in the market. We take a look at some of the ways recruiters actively attract and place a more diverse pool of talent.
Within the SThree Group we're well aware how important it is to provide our people with the support they need to build a fulfilling career and strike a balance in their work and their life. This is why we’re committed to fostering an open environment where staff can deliver results not only on the sales floor but also outside office walls.
If you ask around for the qualities that single out the very best recruiters two core skills usually emerge.First they have a real understanding of what makes people tick, a quality that allows them to quickly establish rapport and build trust. Ally this with a strong commercial instinct and you get well-placed candidates, satisfied clients and build regular business.