Help & Advice


Job hunting can be a daunting prospect, regardless of whether you’re many years into your career, or just starting out.

Whatever has prompted your search, we are here to help.

Our help and advice resources provide information, advice and tips to help you succeed in your job search and excel in your new role or simply address and overcome challenges in the workplace in the right way.

Writing your CV

Your CV is the first opportunity you get to make a positive impression on a potential employer or recruiter. On average, your CV will be looked at for no more than 30 seconds, so it’s important you take the time to get it right.

Interview tips

Once you’ve wowed an employer with your CV and covering letter, you need to keep up appearances for an interview. Effective preparation is crucial to keep the nerves at bay and will make you feel and appear more confident.

Starting a new job

If you have recently been offered a new job, well done! It’s now time to show your new employer that they made the right decision.

Surviving redundancy

We know that redundancy can be a stressful and fearful time, especially when it was completely unexpected. Our infographic shows how to survive redundancy and turn it into an opportunity.

Since initially applying for the role, I cannot say how much I have appreciated Hannah's complete and utter professionalism in assisting me throughout the assignment as she has continued to update me on the process and status of my application whether it be 'positive or negative' reporting - something that in my experience with recruitment companies is absolutely unique - both in the UK and throughout the MENA Region and having been both an 'internal and an external' client and have dealt with numerous similar recruitment organisations with unsatisfactory results!.

As a result of Hannah's work, I must say she is a total credit to Bond Williams and reflects your extremely high standards and I would have no hesitation to recommend her and your Company to any potential clients or applicants in the future.

Thank you Hannah and Bond Williams.

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