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The Recruiters Guide to Getting Noticed: Part 2

by in Opinion. Posted 17/12/2019
The Do’s and Don’ts of Successful CV Submissions The quest for the perfect CV is a daily struggle for many South African Recruitment Consultants. Spelling errors, missing information and even the lack of basic contact details, are some of the reasons for automatic rejection. No matter how qualified or experienced you are, a professional CV ...
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The 7 Deadly Sins of Job Seekers

by in Opinion. Posted 01/12/2019
Job Application 101! When applying for a position through an employment agency, you kind of want the recruiter to be your best friend. They are, after all, the gateway to new possibilities, a direct connection to a company, organisation or position that you have been dreaming of for ages. Annoying them with incompetence and unprofessionalism ...
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A Festive Farewell to 2019!

by in General. Posted 01/12/2019
Making your 2020 vision our mission… Dear Employees and Future Employees, It’s hard not to get sentimental this time of year as we take a look back on the rise and fall of  another year gone by. 2019 has been an exceptional year, one that was free from the fear of taking risks, making bold ...
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New Senior Development positions open up at Kwena Human Capital

by in News. Posted 01/12/2019
Job of the week: Software Developers and Engineers NEW VACANCIES: Our Kwena Human Capital recruitment specialists are urgently looking for Software Developers and Engineers for exciting new positions at a local software development company based in Stellenbosch, Western Cape. The latest job spec requires two positions immediately: Software Developers (PHP, Java and MySQL) as well ...
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Top of the mornin’ to you!

by in Opinion. Posted 31/10/2019
Electrical Engineer Vacancies in Ireland When we think of Ireland, our mind generally tends to wander to the stereotypes shaped by popular generalisations. Lucky charms, red heads, green eyes, cool accents, leprechauns, Guinness Beer and four-leaf clovers. While Ireland certainly looks like a magical place, it’s also a country often overlooked as a potential destination ...
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When a stranger calls…

by in Opinion. Posted 31/10/2019
Telemarketing and cold-calling If you’re a South African with a cell phone number, there is a 99.9% chance that you’ve been personally victimized by the horror known as “cold-calling”. “Hello, may I please speak with…” How did they know your name? That typical call centre opening line that has us hitting “end call” quicker than ...
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The State of Vaccination

by in General. Posted 30/09/2019
Looking for vacancies in South Africa? Here’s what you need to know before relocating The African economy has shown a steady growth over the past few years with an estimated increase of 3.6% by the end of 2020, according to the World Bank forecast. It’s an exciting time for the South African and International labour ...
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You got IT. We want IT.

by in Opinion. Posted 30/09/2019
The IT sector challenges facing recruitment consultants An inconvenient truth faced by many recruitment consultants is the lack of digital skills talent in South Africa. According to the 2018 Career Junction Index Report, the recruitment activity for software developers, specifically C# and Java Script developers, has increased by 12% and continues to increase on a ...
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The Perfect Fit

by in News. Posted 30/09/2019
Safety in the workplace It’s no mystery that mining and construction industries is risky business. The exposure to health and safety hazards at the workplace range from minor onsite injuries to tragic fatalities. Even a short term incident, such as a trip or a fall due to inappropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) precautions, could have ...
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