The questions a candidate is asked at their PR job interview should all be to determine three things: strengths, motivation and fit. read moreAdded on 15.02.2012
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What I tell every candidate...
New research confirms what I've always told candidates: limp handshakes are bad news! Spotted on http://www.dailymail.co.uk/Added on 30.11.2011
We're making our clients VERY happy!
At PR Futures we have been very busy interviewing key people for our clients. We're pleased to announce that we have successfully placed the PR Director who will head up the COLT account at Weber Shandwick, and they will start in January 2012. Also, an immediate starter for the RANK organisation: we have successfully put in place their PR & Comms Manager. It's all go and it isn't slowing down because Christmas is on the way!Added on 30.11.2011
PR Futures successfully places PR Manager for the SAS
Another happy client for PR Futures: the recruitment team at the SAS called and explained that they had a pressing vacancy that had been with three other agencies and for three weeks, but that they had been unsuccessful in finding any suitable candidates. Within 48 hours we had three excellent candidates. All three went to first round interviews, two to the second round, and one was made an offer and starts within a matter of weeks.
We pride ourselves on our turnaround and the ability to 'get' our clients' needs and culture, but don't just take our word for it. Here's what SAS said: "I approached Justyne to assist SAS with a role. Justyne delivered 3 cracking CVs within 48 hours and even though this was the first time we had worked together, she understood the SAS culture quickly and with very little guidance from me. I would strongly recommend that anyone struggling with a PR role contact Justyne."Added on 07.11.2011
Why do so many recruitment consultants leave the industry? Well, in short it is a 'hard job'. We all question why we do it from time to time. read moreAdded on 06.10.2011
Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish - a tribute to Steve Jobs
An inspirational speech Steve Jobs made at New York's Stanford University in 2005. "Life is short, do what you enjoy." RIP Steve. Spotted on http://news.stanford.edu/news/2005/june15/jobs-061505.htmlAdded on 06.10.2011