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Whether hiring or looking for your next career, this blog is a key recruitment resource, equipping you with the information you need for recruitment or job seeking success.

Get the latest insights and market research from your recruitment experts in top industries including construction and property, resources and mining, technology, and banking and financial, and learn from our team's breadth of knowledge on different functions such as accounting, IT, estimating, human resources, procurement and supply chain.

Top career tip: Befriend your IT recruiter

Posted by David Brown, EVP, Veredus, a Hays Company, on Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Hays Blog: Befriend your recruiterAre you working with whichever recruiter comes along? Or leaving it too late in your job hunt to build a relationship with one? Being proactive about befriending a few IT recruiters in your region could be the best way to get the career you want.

Let someone else do the heavy lifting in your career plan.


The one thing you need to succeed in construction

Posted by James Hawley, EVP Hays USA, on Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Blog image DNA Justin Jeffus quoteHard work will set you apart in any industry, but in construction it's a requirement for success, according to the leaders we interviewed for the Hays DNA of a VP of Construction.

The good news? It's also an industry that rewards that work.


“Treat the company like you own it" - Insider advice for construction pros

Posted by James Hawley, Hays EVP, on Friday, May 6, 2016

Blog: DNA of Construction Jack Brown quoteThe entrepreneurial nature of the construction profession rewards hard work and proactive problem solving, with opportunities for every skill set.

What do you need to reach the next level of your career?


Contracting to boost your career

Posted by David Brown, EVP Veredus, a Hays company, on Wednesday, May 4, 2016

IT Blog: Contracting key to careerI see a lot of IT professionals looking for long-term job opportunities, which is great for stability and job security, but if you want to learn new skills and become a really in-demand candidate, then IT contracting for a few years could be the best way to do it.

What can contracting offer?


Invest in yourself to succeed in IT contracting

Posted by David Brown, Executive Vice President, Veredus, a Hays Company, on Thursday, Apr 28, 2016

IT contractors need to continually invest in their own business, which means continually upskilling and ensuring they're at the forefront of new technology.

Even for experienced contractors, learning new skills and keeping up to date with the latest trends is critical to success.

What do you need to succeed?


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