A career in hospitality is highly rewarding – aside from the excellent opportunities for training and professional development, it’s also a very sociable industry where relationship-building and customer interaction is key on a daily basis.
With A-Level and GCSE results being revealed this week, many school and college leavers will be preparing to take their first steps into the world of work, and with that entry into the world of job searching comes the interview process.
With restrictions lifting, the hospitality industry is looking towards a bright future. Employers will be looking for new, keen-to-work staff to help them recover from the impact of the pandemic.
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There’s so much to think about when you decide to move to the UK. That’s why Workforce have a dedicated support function to help make the process as straight forward as possible for you.
If you’re a British citizen, or an EU national already living in the UK, you might want to move to a new area for any number of reasons.
Submitting your CV for a new job opportunity is often the first chance you have to make an impression with a prospective employer. It is therefore critical that you take the time to make this document as professional and polished as you possibly can, avoiding spelling mistakes, poor layouts and any gaps in career history.
Zoom, Microsoft Teams, WhatsApp and FaceTime are all increasingly being used as a simple, safe and time-saving medium to manage the hiring process. So, in a world where we have got used to looking presentable from the waist upwards, we thought we’d share some top tips for ensuring video interview success.
At Workforce we have noticed that more and more of our candidates as concerned about the recent Coivd-19 vaccine.