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The Candidate Crisis

It is no secret that recruitment at the moment is not plain sailing and one of the main problems lies within the national shortage of candidates. According to The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) demand for workers in the UK has risen the fastest this...

Why Work Within Renewable Energy?

After the Covid-19 crisis of the past two years, the collision of crisis and opportunity is likely to allow Britain’s renewable energy developers an important role in the UK’s economy, creating an employment safety net for the towns and industries that might otherwise be left...

Case Study on BP’s Cherry Point Refinery

Within recent years, many companies are looking to be more environmentally friendly but some sectors are proven to be more difficult than others. Within the energy sector, many sites, such as BP’s Cherry Point Refinery in Washington state, USA, can be seen as some of...

Writing a CV

You’ll either love them or loathe them but your CV is the most powerful sales tool you have at your expense when seeking alternative employment. It should be designed to make an impact on any future employer. The CV needs to be clear, concise and simple to...

Writing a cover letter

A cover letter supplements your CV and can really help you stand out from the crowd. Its often  overlooked but it’s an important aspect of a job application.  We’ve included our top tips for writing a cover letter:   Always send one! The covering letter's job is...

Linkedin

First impressions count and your Linkedin summary is often the first opportunity a potential employer has to find out who you are beyond a photo and a job title. So, make the most those precious moments. Follow these essential tips to impress employers. TIP #1: Never leave the...