As a woman, returning to work after you’ve been living in the bubble of a new-born can be daunting. You will be asked when you will return to work before you go on maternity leave and at this point, your employer should give you a date to return to work. They will assume you’ll be away for a year unless you advise them you wish to return to work earlier.
When I was approached to conduct a seminar at the Salisbury Expo “How to recruit for your business”, my initial reaction was absolutely not! My fear of public speaking coupled with some self-doubt meant it wasn’t something I didn’t feel confident enough to do.
Purple Panda Recruitment are delighted to welcome Lucy Thornber to the team as our Senior Resourcer.
Standing at a career crossroads can feel very daunting, nobody likes to change, it’s often unpredictable and fear is both natural and common. You may worry about making the wrong decision and regretting it later along the line or worry about leaving a role behind which you deem to be safe and secure.
It is estimated that around 1,860 giant pandas remain in the wild today, this year, Purple Panda Recruitment took the decision to forgo sending Christmas Cards and instead, adopted a panda through the WWF for a year.
It’s easy for the team at Purple Panda Recruitment to prepare candidates for an interview but sometimes, our clients need a little extra assistance too. Especially if they’re under time restraints or are a growing business and not as confident in interviewing.
If you look at recruitment in a traditional sense, its definition has completely transformed in just the last decade.