Functions

  • Customer Services
    Vacancy types in this area:
    • Front of House
    • Call Handling
    • Complaints Management
  • Sales & Marketing
    Vacancy types in this area:
    • Account Management
    • New Business Development
    • Call Centre
    • Tele-marketing
    • Area Sales
    • National Sales
  • Information Technology
    Vacancy types in this area:
    • Digital Marketing
    • Search Engine Optimisation
    • Link Building
    • Web Development
  • Supply Chain
    Vacancy types in this area:
    • Planning
    • Purchasing
    • Logistics
    • Warehousing
  • Accounts
    Vacancy types in this area:
    • AAT
    • ACCA
    • CIMA
  • Administration
    Vacancy types in this area:
    • Secretarial
    • Office Administration
    • Sales Administration
    • Data Input
  • Legal
    Vacancy types in this area:
    • Paralegal

Recruitment Blog from Transparency Personnel

I would like to give a big thank you to Sally Kelly of Transparency Personnel and her Team for their great support and understanding these past months

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It is always great to hear positive feedback from our satisfied customers! Here are the thoughts of a valued customer following the completion of a multi-temp assignment.

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Sally

Telephone Interview Tips

September 28th, 2012 by Sally

Generally a lot is said about face to face interview technique and rightly so, as good technique will obviously give you a competitive edge over other candidates in the frame. However, not so much is said about telephone interview technique. It has been reported however that 80% of telephone interviewers have made their decision on the candidate during the first 5 minutes of the call. Bearing this in mind, it is essential to prepare for the call and consider how to improve your current technique.

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Sally

Face-To-Face Interview Tips

September 28th, 2012 by Sally

Prior to any interview we arrange for you with our clients, your point of contact at Transparency Personnel will ensure you are fully prepared with information such as the business strategy, organisational culture and the macro and micro requirements of the vacancy. Furthermore, following our initial meeting we can provide feedback and guidance on interview technique and etiquette to give you the best possible chance of securing the position.

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Sally

Common Interview Questions

September 27th, 2012 by Sally

A summary of common interview questions and advice on the best responses. Be prepared!

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Due to the digital revolution, job seekers are now having to compete more than ever to find their perfect career opportunity. With huge volumes of applications being generated through online job advertisements, your CV has to be optimised with key words to ensure you are found. If are aren’t being successful in your job applications, this could be the reason why! Here is a great article written by Jobsite.

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I was asked a question this week on a Linkedin group, “How important is a CV when you are applying for jobs?” My quick answer to this would be “very”.

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Lee

CV Writing Tips

November 24th, 2011 by Lee

It is widely recognised that a good CV should be no more than 2 pages and should be a marketing tool to generate interest from prospective employers and recruiters. It should be a brief and concise document outlining your education, employment history and key achievements and should not be an autobiography! Getting the right balance of information is vital in CV writing as too much information can be as damaging as giving away too little.

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