When hiring we all want the best, but what does ‘the best’ really mean? You’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase ‘think outside the box’, meaning to look at things from a different perspective, in a more creative way. But why should you adopt it when hiring? How will it benefit you?
Placemaking is everywhere, literally and figuratively. In the of our latest 3Search Hosts series, we looked at exploring the ‘trend’ place-making and the impact it is having on today’s economy.
For many of us, juggling the demands of a career and a personal life is a constant battle. So, achieving that elusive balance is ideal, but it can seem like an impossible task. With that in mind, we decided to list out our top five tips to help you achieve a better work-life balance:
With another year now officially ‘in the books’, we start 2020 going into our seventh, yes, seventh year of trading! It sounds a little cheesy but it really does only feel like yesterday that Joe, Charlie and I would bicker about which one of our front rooms to work from and which music station would be on the TV while we started 3Search.
Life’s been busy at 3Search, and I thought now was a good time to reminisce on what we’ve achieved over the past five years since we started the business.
You’ve handed in your dissertation and sat your final exam, maybe burned your revision notes. Now you’re just waiting for that piece of paper that defines the last three/four years of blood, sweat and – probably a lot of – tears.
A lot of the time, people get affected by the change of the season and look to run down the clock until the end of the year, where they make a New Year’s Resolution to join the gym, quit smoking, learn a new language or, more often than not, secure their dream job next year. But why wait until January 1st to start job-hunting? It’s time to consider why you shouldn’t slow down the search at Christmas time.
Here you are scrolling through LinkedIn and you see your next great career-enhancing role; lovely stuff! You click apply and low and behold, a recruiter is on the phone and whisking you off to an interview; even better.
You’ve applied for a job and have an interview lined up – the job seems perfect on paper, but do you have mixed feelings of excitement and concern as to whether the job is right for you? Don’t worry, this isn’t an uncommon feeling!