Ready to make a switch?

We understand what it takes to make that kind of decision. Moving jobs is a huge thing, it can be intimidating, challenging, daunting & can leave you feeling unprepared & overwhelmed. That's where we come in.

How we can help.

We provide guidance

We are here to advise you on what company best suits you & your style. Everybody is different, so it's ok to not want to work with just any company out there. We will help you find the one that aligns best with you.

 

& help you stand out!

We can help tell your story to our likeminded clients so that you stand out from the crowd. We are there to arm you with enough information about the firm you are talking with, that it will blow them away.

 

Always supporting you.

Above all else, we are here to put an arm around your shoulder & walk alongside you all the way. Even then, we are there to help you settle in to your new company, guiding them on how you learn best, before you start.


 

Prefer some light reading?

We have some great tools and articles below to help you at which ever stage of the recruitment process you're at.

Whether you're ready to shout your accomplishments from the rooftop and send out that resume, or weighing up a job offer and be sure how to resign*, we have some articles for you.

*Remember, it's true what they say about burning bridges, you can't start new fire with burnt wood!

Our handy resources.

Getting Your Resume Right

So you’ve just pressed send on your job application and the rest is now in the hands of the ‘recruitment gods’, right? Sure. But whether you’ve done everything you can to make it past the initial screening stage, well, that’s a different story.

Counter Offers & Resignation

Should I stay or should I go?

The dilemma of changing your job can be a difficult one. You weigh up the benefits and concerns and eventually, make the decision to move on from your current job.

STAR Interview Guide

The STAR method is a structured manner of responding to a behavioral-based interview question by discussing the specific situation, task, action, and result of the situation you are describing.

The Correct Way to Resign

People change jobs for different reasons. Moving on will mean leaving the company of fellow managers and colleagues. You may even see some of them out of work as social friends. So how should you do it?