Published 25th February 2014
Interviewing for a job is a two way conversation. On the one hand, candidates should be selling themselves to the company and on the other, the hiring manager needs to sell the job and the company to the candidate. Both are deciding whether there’s a good fit and both need to make the most of the interview.
Published 13th February 2014
When top north east footballer Cammy Keith was looking to expand the team he manages at Thorpe Molloy Recruitment he wanted someone with complementary skills whom he could trust implicitly.
Published 11th February 2014
I’m confused by the perception that the only people to benefit from the energy sector skills shortage are recruiters. The accusation that we are exploiting your clients and candidates in a “Wolf on Wall Street” type manner is unjustified and, for a sensitive soul like me, my professional pride is affronted.
Published 6th February 2014
With so many different ways to find a new job and fill vacancies these days it’s important that you choose your method wisely.
Published 29th January 2014
One of the perks of working at Thorpe Molloy Recruitment is getting involved with different projects out with the office. I have been lucky enough to work with Banchory Academy’s S1 Enterprise project for the past two years. To me, it isn’t a sacrifice to lose a day’s work, but more of an investment in the future! It is refreshing to take part in an initiative which encourages children to think professionally.
Published 19th December 2013
In our now traditional style we’d like to take this opportunity to wish all of our clients, candidates and friends a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2014.
Published 10th December 2013
Art by local youngsters is on display at one of Scotland's finest historic theatres in Aberdeen this month.