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Free Career Advice

by kynaassociates.co.uk on June 24th, 2019

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From Interview Preparation to How To Make Your First 90 Days a Success and more…

Below are a range of tools which demonstrate how we always aim to give that bit extra to our candidates, regardless of whether or not we earn a fee.

These tips and guides have been developed after learning from years of success with permanent- and interim Executive appointments, IT and Business Change recruitment for blue-chip multinationals and owner-managed businesses.

Preparing for your interview

This is the groundwork you need to do prior to the interview. You should have been fully briefed on the role and the organisation, but you should be able to demonstrate that you have done your own research. All of this will also help you to formulate some probing questions to ask the interviewer. In-depth preparation will dramatically improve your chances of success. Read more…

How to make your first 90 days a success

The first ninety days in your new role are vitally important. You need to quickly establish confidence that you have made the right career move; and if you are confident you have, you want to quickly impress your employer so that they are confident they have hired the right person for the job! Read more…

Leaving your job on good terms

In today’s corporate world, a little respect can go a long way. What you say and do at your current job can have a profound effect on your career for years down the road. Turning in your resignation isn’t always easy. Even if you hate your job, hate your boss and can’t wait to start that new job; it can be difficult to resign tactfully. Read more…

Where to look for your next career

In this modern world, advances in technology have meant that searching for your next role has become much easier. No longer do you have to rely on the local or national paper on a certain day in the week for the latest vacancies. Read more…

CV writing guide

CVs are tools used to introduce you to potential employers. A CV is a document which demonstrates your qualifications, employment history and achievements. These days employers often receive a lot of CVs for each advertised position – jobs advertised can often attract hundreds of applicants. Read more…

CV Template

From years of CV feedback from the top employers in the UK, we have devised a consistently successful CV format which you can download for free here!

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