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What to do if you hate your new job

Published on: March 23, 2017

What to do if you hate your new job So you rock up to work on your first day in a new job, all full of hopes and dreams (and just a bit of nerves!) about the next step on … Continue reading

Happy work Anniversary Ylan

Published on: March 10, 2017

(Ylan & Kath at the recruitment awards 2015) Despite being a small team of 10 people we collectively have over 97 years experience! Ylan is celebrating her 2 year anniversary today – congratulations from all of us at Netsource, and … Continue reading

UK Recruiting vs. US Recruiting

Published on: March 2, 2017

UK Recruiting vs. US Recruiting Let’s face it, the world of recruitment is not for the faint hearted. Having started my career with Netsource after graduating last year, I quickly learned the trials and tribulations of a 360 recruiter. For … Continue reading

Public Sector exclusive

Published on: February 3, 2017

The Public Sector is a key area of focus and growth here at Netsource. With an already high percentage of our contractor base working within the Public Sector, we have also recently been confirmed as a supplier on the Digital … Continue reading

No more performance reviews!

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If you’re working in any large organisation, stopping performance reviews probably sounds like crazy talk. We need to know how our employees are performing, right? And the employees need yearly feedback so they know what was great and what to … Continue reading

21 Years at Netsource: An interview with Nick Paul

Published on: January 18, 2017

A big Netsource shout out goes to our MD Nick Paul! Nick is celebrating his 21st work anniversary at Netsource this week. To mark the occasion we caught up with Nick to find out about starting out in recruitment at … Continue reading

Budapest city guide: What to do

Published on: January 17, 2017

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is a beautiful, historic city straddling the Danube River in Central Europe. Things to do History The best things in life are free, right? Well, so are the best sights in Budapest. It is one … Continue reading

A COMPLETE GUIDE TO: STORYTELLING

Published on: January 12, 2017

A COMPLETE GUIDE TO: STORYTELLING Many of us have been interviewing for long enough to have picked up some tips and tricks. For lots of people, these include ways to control their nerves, or remembering to include evidence to support … Continue reading

Happy New Year everyone!

Published on: January 5, 2017

Happy New Year everyone! On behalf of everyone at Netsource & Netsource Solutions inc, we would like to wish you all a healthy and happy New Year! We hope 2017 brings you fresh ambition and drive for further your career. … Continue reading

5 changes to make on your CV when changing career

Published on: December 13, 2016

5 changes to make on your CV when changing career Making a career change can be scary, and you might be facing a drop in pay if you’re moving into a more junior position follow your dreams. It can also … Continue reading

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! What are you thankful for?

Published on: November 24, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! On behalf of everyone at Netsource, we would like to wish Our New York CEO David & our Netsource solutions inc family a happy & healthy Thanksgiving. What are we thankful for? We are thankful for you, … Continue reading

ISO 9001 RECERTIFICATION SUCCESSFULLY PASSED

Published on: November 28, 2016

ISO 9001:2008 is the title of a document (Standard) that outlines the requirements an organization must maintain in their quality system for ISO 9001:2008 certification. It has been a busy month for us here at Netsource (and not just because … Continue reading

“The Age of Small” – the Rise of Micro-Business in the UK

Published on: November 14, 2016

“The Age of Small” – the Rise of Micro-Business in the UK An interesting phenomenon is occurring in the UK: micro-businesses are on the rise. The shift towards small business has led expert institutions such as the RSA to dub … Continue reading

What to do when looking for contract work

Published on: November 10, 2016

What to do when looking for contract work Although it’s getting better, it’s been a hard few years in the permanent market. Many people think that they can always “fall back on” contracting, but it’s not always so easy. If … Continue reading

CAKE CAKE CAKE

Published on: October 28, 2016

CAKE CAKE CAKE It is that time of year again, Netsource is baking off for charity! As corporate partners with forever manchester we love getting involved with the annual bake off aka Caketober. Forever Manchester is one of the many … Continue reading

Laura Buckley: Fast forward 5 months

Published on: November 2, 2016

Laura Buckley: Fast forward 5 months We caught up with our not so newbie Laura about life after university, learning to have patience in recruitment, and the Manchester scene. How have you found the last 5 months at Netsource? My … Continue reading

Why are career changes so hard?

Published on: October 25, 2016

Why are career changes so hard? In a lot of areas of life, we learn from experience. But it’s pretty tricky to do that when we’re talking about a major career change. After all, it’s not as if most of … Continue reading

What Makes a Great Project Manager?

Published on: October 19, 2016

What Makes a Great Project Manager? A good project manager There are some pretty obvious attributes that spring to mind when you think of a good project manager. Decent PMs can deliver projects on time and within budget. They deliver … Continue reading

5 Tips for a better work-Life balance

Published on: October 18, 2016

5 Tips for a better work-Life balance “How can I regain my work-life balance?” is a pretty big question for a lot of us these days. Full-time employees in the UK work the longest hours in Europe, according to the … Continue reading

Why you shouldn’t use technology first thing in the morning

Published on: October 10, 2016

Why you shouldn’t use technology first thing in the morning When was the last time you spent an entire day without looking at a screen or device of some kind? Most of us will flippantly think “oh, it hasn’t been … Continue reading

How To Get The Job You Want When You Graduate

Published on: October 5, 2016

How To Get The Job You Want When You Graduate As a student just about to begin second year, it has been drilled into me by lecturers how important placements are. High grades and a spotless attendance will get you … Continue reading

Can taking a sabbatical help or harm your career?

Published on: September 26, 2016

Can taking a sabbatical help or harm your career? As a recruiter I’m always very wary when I come across an unexplained, extended gap on a CV. Does this mean that this person was ill-qualified to perform the kind of … Continue reading

What grads really want from their first job

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What grads really want from their first job So, it’s 2016, and as much as we all might like it to be so (employers and employees alike), jobs are no longer for life. Neither hiring managers nor workers expect new … Continue reading

Working from home is not as great as it sounds (trust me, I know!)

Published on: September 20, 2016

Working from home is great…isn’t it? One of the first things that springs to mind when people think about working from home is getting rid of that dreaded commute, which for most people adds up to at least an hour … Continue reading

Happy 16th Anniversary Paul!

Published on: August 15, 2016

Throwback 16 years, how did you first get involved with Netsource? I was working for another recruitment agency and was contacted by office angels. I wanted to get back into an admin support role. I met Sarah Allen and Helen, … Continue reading

Welcome to the family Lydia!

Published on: August 4, 2016

(Reading corner: Lydia getting to grips with all things recruitment) Hey Lydia, tell us about your previous role/Background: I’ve just completed a degree in Psychology and throughout University I’ve worked part-time in either retail or hospitality but this will be … Continue reading

9 Ways to enjoy the Job you hate

Published on: August 9, 2016

How can you learn to enjoy a job you hate? If we lived in an ideal world, we’d all love our jobs. Unfortunately, as it stands, that’s not the case. If you’re reading this, then it’s a fair guess to … Continue reading

Why failure is good for you.

Published on: July 26, 2016

Why failure is good for you. As a culture, we’re terrified of failing. In fact, we’re probably less scared of the action of failing, and more worried about what it makes us – a failure. But everybody experiences failure at … Continue reading

Welcome to the family Damilola

Published on: July 21, 2016

Tell us about your previous role/Background: So I just recently graduated , Netsource is my first role post-graduation. I didn’t 100% know what I wanted to do but I knew I wanted a fast-paced role where I could put my enthusiasm … Continue reading

What makes someone apply for a job?

Published on: July 7, 2016

When you apply for a job, what is your first interaction with the company you’re considering? Occasionally you might hear about something through word of mouth and apply directly to the hiring manager. But the huge majority of the time, … Continue reading

Graduates: Win £50 to spend at Almost Famous!

Published on: June 23, 2016

Who doesn’t love a beer & a burger? Everyone at Netsource loves Almost Famous, and we are giving you the chance to win a £50 voucher to spend at their Manchester restaurant. Thank you to everyone who visited our stand … Continue reading

Graduates: Fast Travel to your future with Netsource!

Published on: June 20, 2016

When: Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 June 2016 Where: The Armitage Centre, Fallowfield, Manchester. On Thursday 16th June we attended one of Manchester University’s biggest Careers Fairs and this year there was over 140 exhibitors attending. It was great to be … Continue reading

Is cloud computing right for my small business?

Published on: June 10, 2016

Is cloud computing right for my small business? This is the question on many small business-owner’s lips at the moment. “The Cloud” is a term that is bandied about pretty liberally these days, but few of us really understand exactly … Continue reading

What 6 months in recruitment has taught me.

Published on: June 8, 2016

Maybe I should have titled this “what I’ve learnt” because oh boy – it has been a learning curve! Recruitment is a rollercoaster Let’s get that straight from the offset. The good days leave you giddy – there is always … Continue reading

Welcome to the team Laura!

Published on: June 7, 2016

Welcome to the team Laura! Tell us about your previous role/Background: I recently finished university in May but I’ve worked part time since I was 16. First in an ice cream café and more recently as a receptionist in a … Continue reading

I’ve just been ghosted – after an interview?

Published on: May 25, 2016

If you’re in the dating scene, most likely you will have encountered the increasinglycommon and inconsiderate phenomenon of “ghosting”, whether you’ve been on the receiving or giving end of it. “What the hell is ghosting?” I hear you ask (no … Continue reading

Should recruiters discuss money?

Published on: May 24, 2016

I follow a HR guru called Liz Ryan on LinkedIn, who has a wealth of experience in the recruitment industry and frequently blogs advice to jobseekers and recruiters alike. One of her main themes is the fact that recruiters should … Continue reading

Join the family- Manchester office

Published on: May 18, 2016

LOVE SALES? Our family is growing, we are experiencing rapid growth, with offices in Houston, Dubai and New York, so this is a really exciting time to get on board! Are you: A recent graduate Someone with a few years sales … Continue reading

How to Handle a Bad Boss

Published on: May 17, 2016

How to Handle a Bad Boss You’ve found a job you love, the company is growing, and the benefits are great… and yet, you’re going home miserable and frustrated every day. In fact, you’re considering leaving. And it’s all because … Continue reading

Is Technology Replacing Recruiters?

Published on: May 3, 2016

  I hear a lot of talk about how technology these days is likely to soon replace recruiters altogether. Not great news for those of us in that line of work! However, after I had a sit down and a … Continue reading

Recruiters: Sinners or saints?

Published on: April 15, 2016

Negativity associated with recruitment There is a lot of negativity associated with recruitment. Sure, there are bad recruiters and agencies out there that tar the whole industry with their brush. But there are also some things that pretty decent recruiters … Continue reading

Is quitting really the worst thing you can do?

Published on: April 14, 2016

Is quitting really the worst thing you can do? Ok, let me start off by putting this into perspective: When I say ‘worst’ I don’t mean ‘the worst thing in the world’. Obviously there are worse things than quitting. Not … Continue reading

New York State of Mind

Published on: April 1, 2016

The waiting is now over! We opened our US operation in New York at the beginning of March, headed up by David Blackston.  David has 14  years’ experience in IT, more than four of which were successfully spent with Netsource … Continue reading

Business in Budapest

Published on: March 31, 2016

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is a beautiful, historic city straddling the Danube River in Central Europe. Nick & Kristine had a great time visiting one of our big clients in Budapest. Our client is a global customer experience specialist, … Continue reading

A Letter to my Graduate Self

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  A Letter to my Graduate Self   So Katie, you’ve graduated. Well done, those frantic all-nighters you pulled because you left an essay until the last minute AGAIN obviously paid off! Now, in between all the celebrating and framing … Continue reading

Top Mother’s Day Gifts

Published on: March 2, 2016

Top Mother’s Day Gifts We all know mums work bloody hard. Globally, women spend more than double the amount of time that men do on unpaid work (e.g. cleaning, cooking, childcare, etc.). In the UK, women do on average 4.3 … Continue reading

Dealing with redundancy

Published on: March 8, 2016

Dealing with redundancy Redundancy can be a very difficult experience to deal with, whether it was a long time coming or totally out of the blue. It can be due to a myriad of reasons, anything from loss of profits, … Continue reading

Wear it beat it campaign: British Heart Foundation.

Published on: February 29, 2016

Wear it beat it campaign: British Heart Foundation. This month, team Netsource took part in Wear it. Beat it. to help the British Heart Foundation fight for every heartbeat and raise money for life-saving research.  Everyone Got ‘reddy’ by wearing … Continue reading

5 things I have learnt as a product manager

Published on: February 24, 2016

Although to the uninitiated, the title “product manager” might sound simple and straightforward, that is about the single thing that this job is not! The role of a product manager is murky and changes wildly from company to company, and … Continue reading

How to get a pay rise

Published on: February 22, 2016

How to get a pay rise Asking for and receiving a pay rise is a motivating and validating experience, which can boost your confidence and can even make you happier in your job. But for most of us, it’s a … Continue reading

Grad advice: 8 ways to improve your chances of a job offer after university

Published on: February 18, 2016

Grad Advice Okay, you’re in your final year, January exams are a rapidly-fading memory, and it’s coming the point in the term where lots of your friends are starting to think about what the hell they’re going to do once … Continue reading

Want a career in recruitment? Applications open now!

Published on: February 16, 2016

Ambitious grad? Fancy a career in recruitment? We’re hiring! #Netsource #ITjobs #recruitment. You can apply HERE! 

3 Simple stages to understanding and designing your career.

Published on: February 4, 2016

3 Simple stages to understanding and designing your career. Finding a new job is the 4th most popular New Year’s resolution, after the usual weight loss and exercise goals, and improving finances. And let’s be honest, we’re over a month … Continue reading

The “Dream Job” is a myth

Published on: February 9, 2016

The “Dream Job” is a myth There’s no such thing as a dream job – it’s a myth. Yes, you read that right. For many people who have been striving hard for years towards what they may consider to be … Continue reading

How learning the basics of storytelling could land you your next job

Published on: January 27, 2016

Many of us have been interviewing for long enough to have picked up some tips and tricks. For lots of people, these include ways to control their nerves, or remembering to include evidence to support their claims or accomplishments. But … Continue reading

Embrace change and foster creativity in your organisation

Published on: January 12, 2016

Embrace change and foster creativity in your organisation Creativity and an ability to adequately cope with change are roundly hailed as strengths, not only for individuals, but within organisations of any size. Maintaining and fostering both of these is particularly … Continue reading

Tech detox

Published on: January 7, 2016

It’s the time of year when we’re now thoroughly caught up in our New Year’s Resolutions again. What’s at the top of your to-do list this January? Eat healthier, exercise more? Dry January, or even Veganuary? How about a tech … Continue reading

Top trends in IT for 2016

Published on: December 23, 2015

Top trends in IT for 2016 Forbes reports that this will mainly be related to the Internet of Things and “smart devices talking to each other” citation. Many devices already have sensors in and measure our daily routines and habits … Continue reading

5 steps for Skype interview Success

Published on: December 15, 2015

5 steps for Skype interview Success     First of all, make sure you are somewhere quiet where you won’t be disturbed. Close the door, and inform anyone in your house that you will be doing an interview, so not … Continue reading

Why online training is the right choice for a working IT professional

Published on: December 7, 2015

Why online training is the right choice for a working IT professional There are lots of options for the working IT professional – so why is online training the right choice? Now, obviously, your reasons for wanting to get training … Continue reading

We are now part of G-Cloud 7!

Published on: November 23, 2015

Netsource are pleased to announce that we have been accepted as a supplier to G-Cloud 7, the UK government’s public sector cloud procurement framework under Lot 4: Specialist Cloud Services. This comes after a rigorous selection and evaluation process and assurance … Continue reading

How to reach your goals faster

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How to reach your goals faster I know, you’ve heard it all before – reaching your goals is all about positive thinking and affirmations, right? Well, not quite. Believing in yourself is obviously important in reaching your goals, but positive … Continue reading

Budapest – the best and cheapest capital in Europe

Published on: November 20, 2015

Budapest – the best and cheapest capital in Europe for a weekend trip The Basics Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is a beautiful, historic city straddling the Danube River in Central Europe. Although it has kept its own currency (the … Continue reading

Netsource welcomes Jonny to the team

Published on: November 16, 2015

Tell us about your previous role/Background: I have just returned in September from spending nearly 4 months in the United States, where I worked as a Counsellor at a Summer camp in Pennsylvania. Before that I previously worked at a … Continue reading

Career advice: You never get a second chance to make a first impression

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Career advice we wish we’d heard sooner There’s a ton of career advice out there and most of the time, people aren’t worried about telling you what you should and shouldn’t do in your life. But a lot of this … Continue reading

6 Ways to Get a Tech Job without a Tech Degree

Published on: November 3, 2015

6 Ways to Get a Tech Job without a Tech Degree While jobs in a lot of traditional fields are disappearing, tech jobs are booming and demand for highly qualified employees far outstrips supply in a lot of areas. But … Continue reading

Can job hopping hurt your career?

Published on: October 27, 2015

Can job hopping hurt your career? Traditionally, it has been thought that job-hopping is a black mark on your CV, making you look unstable and possibly undesirable. But is that really the case now? Obviously, so no one expects you … Continue reading

10 reasons why Manchester is the best place to live

Published on: October 21, 2015

Manchester was yet again voted the best place to live in the country this year (a study conducted by the Economic Intelligence Unit which rated cities in the areas of health care, education, stability, culture, environment and infrastructure). And those … Continue reading

Netsource Welcomes Katie Maloney to the team

Published on: October 13, 2015

  Netsource Welcomes Katie Maloney to the team The Netsource family is growing all the time. This week Katie Maloney joined us & I had a quick catch up to discuss her life before Netsource and her random ‘phantom smells’….. … Continue reading

Recruitment Business Awards Manchester 2015

Published on: October 7, 2015

  Recruitment Business Awards Manchester 2015  Date: 24th September 2015 Venue: Mecure Hotel Manchester Team Netsource are proud to be a finalist in the ‘best small recruitment agency’ category at the Recruitment business awards.  We had a fantastic evening, you … Continue reading

What to do if you hate your new job

Published on: October 5, 2015

What to do if you hate your new job So you rock up to work on your first day in a new job, all full of hopes and dreams (and just a bit of nerves!) about the next step on … Continue reading

5 Tips: Getting the Most Out of Your IT Recruiter

Published on: September 21, 2015

5 Tips on How to Get the Most Out of Your IT Recruiter When you’re working with an IT recruitment consultant, it’s important that you work together so that everyone gets the most out of the relationship. Obviously, you are … Continue reading

9 Interview body language tips

Published on: September 18, 2015

How to Use Body Language in an Interview Body language makes up the majority of your communication, so no matter how good your spoken answers are, if your body language isn’t up to scratch in your next interview, you might … Continue reading

What’s your biggest weakness?

Published on: October 2, 2015

What’s your biggest weakness? The one dreaded question that is guaranteed to come up in every interview is “What is your greatest weakness?” (Most of us will go into panic mode at this stage!) In an interview, you want to … Continue reading

Why Recruitment is the Perfect Graduate Job

Published on: September 2, 2015

Why Recruitment is the Perfect Graduate Job. As you’ll know if you’ve done any amount of research into this career path, recruitment is a type of sales. However, the range of daily tasks and the heights you can reach are … Continue reading

5 Tips to help you through a telephone interview

Published on: August 24, 2015

5 Tips to help you through a telephone interview It has become increasingly common for companies to start their hiring process with a telephone interview. They are hugely advantageous to both the client and the candidate. They are quick, can … Continue reading

Interview Tips

Published on: July 24, 2015

Interview Tips 1) Know the company! – Before you do anything you need to do your research into the company you wish to work for. This seems like the obvious thing to do but some people bypass thorough research which … Continue reading

Understanding the modern recruiter: Artist & Scientist

Published on: July 21, 2015

Understanding the modern recruiter: Artist & Scientist  As a creative person myself I think it’s important to understand the value of an artistic mind as well as a scientific one. It’s the blend of the two that gives a sales person … Continue reading

How to Dress For an Interview

Published on: July 15, 2015

How to Dress For an Interview – Women First impressions count, and nowhere is that more true than at a job interview. Of course the substance of your interview is the most important but you don’t want to start off … Continue reading

Graduate Survival Guide to the Working World

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Graduate Survival Guide to the Working World Entering the world of work for the first time can seem very daunting. The difference between what is acceptable at university/college can be very different to the office. Obviously the working environment changes … Continue reading

Want A Career In Recruitment? 5 Must Have Skills

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Lured in by the prospects of fortune and success, many graduates turn their hand to recruitment. Whilst there are a lot of opportunities for recruitment hopefuls, some find it a lot more difficult than they anticipated and don’t last beyond … Continue reading

The benefits of having a website for your contracting business

Published on: July 3, 2015

The benefits of having a website for your contracting business In today’s ever-evolving digital world, having a website is crucial to any business. But why should an IT contracting business have one and what are the benefits? The benefits Contacting … Continue reading

Why Manchester is the best choice for IT jobs

Published on: July 1, 2015

Why is Manchester the best Choice for IT Jobs? Manchester is the UK’s second most popular city. With other 2,500,000 people in the boroughs and surrounding areas of Greater Manchester, the city is certainly attractive to a wide range of … Continue reading

Setting up a limited company UK

Published on: June 30, 2015

Setting up a limited company UK If you are new to the world of contracting, setting up your own Limited Company can be a daunting prospect. I have broken down a list a things you will need to help with … Continue reading

Grad Scheme Manchester: My Experience

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I have been at Netsource Manchester for around a year, and it’s with a confused mix of sadness and excitement that I’m leaving. I applied to the Grad scheme, having worked in University fundraising during my studies. I started out … Continue reading

Grad Scheme: My Experience

Published on: June 15, 2015

I joined Netsource in September 2013. After finishing my exams in July, I realised I loved Manchester and I wasn’t quite ready to leave yet. To figure out what I wanted to do next, I headed to the University Graduate … Continue reading

Where To Find A Graduate Job

Published on: June 9, 2015

Where To Find A Graduate Job So you have handed in your dissertation, finished your exams, graduated and written your CV but what now, where can you actually find a graduate job? Below are five places to find graduate jobs … Continue reading

Why Choosing an IT Recruitment Agency is Better Than Going It Alone

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Why Choosing an IT Recruitment Agency is Better Than Going It Alone When it comes to finding a new job, there are a few ways you can conduct your search. Browse online, visit company websites, get email alerts to your … Continue reading

How to Write the Perfect CV for an IT Job

Published on: June 4, 2015

How to Write the Perfect CV for an IT Job One of the most vital parts of any job hunt is ensuring that you have a great CV. If your CV is hard to understand, looks unprofessional or doesn’t sell … Continue reading

5 changes to make on your CV when changing career

Published on: May 29, 2015

5 changes to make on your CV when changing career Making a career change can be scary, and you might be facing a drop in pay if you’re moving into a more junior position follow your dreams. It can also … Continue reading

A Graduate’s Guide to LinkedIn

Published on: May 26, 2015

A Graduate’s Guide to LinkedIn LinkedIn LinkedIn is a professional Facebook: professionals connect with each other to keep up to date with what is going on in the business world – which companies are doing well, which new technologies and … Continue reading

5 top tips to make yourself more employable as a graduate

Published on: May 18, 2015

As the end of exams draws near for many soon-to-be-graduates, it’s almost time to get your ear to the ground and start hunting for graduate jobs. There are plenty of resources out there – guides, career fairs, job boards and … Continue reading

Finding hidden IT Vacancies

Published on: May 4, 2015

Finding hidden IT Vacancies In an ideal world, everyone would post their vacancies online for everyone to see. This blog will help you find hidden IT Vacancies. Candidates would easily discover their dream jobs, send their CVs across, perhaps be … Continue reading

Graduate Recruitment in the IT Sector

Published on: April 21, 2015

When you finish university, getting an IT graduate role, no matter what your grade, can be challenging. This is because of several things – mainly the high levels of competition and the need for work experience in order to secure a … Continue reading

Marketing yourself for an IT sector job

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Marketing yourself for an IT sector job The IT sector can be fiercely competitive when it comes to securing new roles. With such an onslaught of applications being flung across the desks of recruiters, it’s unsurprising that unless you stand … Continue reading

Tips for a Skype interview

Published on: April 20, 2015

Tips for a Skype interview Although most companies don’t intend to replace the traditional face to face, Skype interviews have been on the increase recently. However, they are still novel enough that a lot of people haven’t actually gone through … Continue reading

What to do before you accept a job offer

Published on: April 10, 2015

What to do before you accept a job offer If you’ve gotten to this stage, congratulations! Getting an offer is very exciting, but now is the time to keep your cool, and make sure you’ve got everything you need to … Continue reading

Netsource Welcomes Dawn Tigwell to the team

Published on: April 13, 2015

Dawn is the latest member of Team Netsource and she will be specialising in the energy sector. I caught up with Dawn and asked her a few questions about her life before Netsource and how she has found the role so … Continue reading

10 courses to kick start your IT career

Published on: April 2, 2015

10 courses to kick start your IT career When you want a career in IT, there are a variety of courses you can do that will help you climb the ladder. Whether you choose to do a degree or a … Continue reading

5 ways to make your cv stand out

Published on: April 1, 2015

5 ways to make your cv stand out When applying for a job, it’s incredibly important that your CV stands out from the competition. Recruiters and employers sift through dozens, if not hundreds, of CVs a day, so how do … Continue reading

How does contract IT work differ from full time employment

Published on: March 25, 2015

How does contract IT work differ from full time employment When you work in the IT sector, there are two different routes you can go down when looking for work; namely, contract or permanent. Each of these has their own … Continue reading

10 things to look for in a recruitment agency

Published on: March 24, 2015

10 things to look for in a recruitment agency When you’re looking for a job, a recruitment agency can be your best friend.   They take your CV, and they do the hard work for you. They match you with … Continue reading

Red Nose Day: Netsource Olympics 2015

Published on: March 17, 2015

Red Nose Day: Netsource Olympics 2015 Red nose day 2015: There was nothing unlucky about Friday 13th in the Netsource Office! This Red Nose Day 2015, Netsource held their first Office Olympics in order to raise money for  this great … Continue reading

Want A Career In Recruitment? 5 Must Have Skills

Published on: March 12, 2015

Want A Career In Recruitment? 5 Must Have Skills Want A Career In Recruitment? Lured in by the prospects of fortune and success, many graduates turn their hand to recruitment. Whilst there are a lot of opportunities for recruitment hopefuls, … Continue reading

A Day in a Project Manager’s Life

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A Day in a Project Manager’s Life   A Day in a Project Manager’s Life…Good Project Managers are always in demand in the financial services jobs market. But what exactly does the role involve? I have spoken to a season … Continue reading

Looks like a good time to get into Financial Services- Business analysts

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In the UK, the number of jobs in Financial Services are growing, especially regionally, with the North of England leading the way. At the same time, the IT job market more generally is thriving, so demand for Business Analysts is … Continue reading

Career Advice: How To Optimize Your Online Presence when looking for a job

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As we move into a digital era, more and more companies in the Financial Services industry are using Social Media to promote their brand, services and even look for potential employees. I use social media extensively when looking for potential … Continue reading

Career Advice: How to showcase your skills on your CV

Published on: February 3, 2015

Many people find it difficult to write a CV – it’s hard to talk about yourself and sell yourself in the right way! So remove yourself from the equation – imagine you are writing about someone else, and put yourself … Continue reading