Month: March 2016

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How to identify your key strengths

WE GO THE EXTRA MILE. EVERY DAY.

How to identify your key strengths

How to identify your key strengths

8th March 2016Laura Crossen

How well can you talk about your strengths? Defining what you are good at and using these skills could be the key to your success and ultimately your happiness. Our… Read more »

How to write a job description that works

To recruit successfully for a job it is important to put some time into considering what skills and experience are actually needed and then, commit it to paper. You have… Read more »


16th March 2016Laura Crossen


How to Negotiate a Salary Increase

Asking for a salary increase can be uncomfortable, whilst you may believe you are worth more than you are currently earning financially, it is always better to approach your employer… Read more »


17th March 2016Laura Crossen


Bond Williams supporting local Accountancy firms

According to the latest research there is an increase in the volume of jobs within accountancy practice and commerce. We are also continuing to see industry salaries gradually increase, thanks… Read more »


18th March 2016Laura Crossen


How to write an offer letter: An employer’s guide

So you have invested a huge amount of time in sourcing, interviewing and identifying the right person for the job but the hard work doesn’t end there! Next you need… Read more »


23rd March 2016Laura Crossen


Bond Williams and Frettens Solicitors: Employment law update

This morning we saw over 100 Senior HR professionals and business leaders gather at our yearly legal update, held at AFC Bournemouth from Paul Burton at Frettens Solicitors who gave… Read more »


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Professional vacancies up by 2%

Professional recruitment firms now have 2% more vacancies on their books in 2016 than this time last year according to a new survey from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies…. Read more »


3rd March 2016Laura Crossen


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