When hiring for your business, assessing if the Candidate is the right fit is more than just ensuring they have the right ‘technical’ skills. Technical skills get the job accomplished but soft skills ensure the Candidate has the necessary personal attributes that allow them to fit into your company culture and environment. Soft skills are what separate those who are good at their job from those who are great. As Greg Savage says, “Hire an attitude, not just skills and qualifications.” 5 Soft Skills to look for during an interview 1.      Interpersonal Skills In order to maintain a cohesive and productive work environment, the Candidate must have people skills. Desirable skills

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When hiring for your business, assessing if the Candidate is the right fit is more than just ensuring they have the right ‘technical’ skills. Technical skills get the job accomplished but soft skills ensure the Candidate has the necessary personal attributes that allow them to fit into your company culture and environment. Soft skills are what separate those who are good at their job from those who are great. As Greg Savage says, “Hire an attitude, not just skills and qualifications.” 5 Soft Skills to look for during an interview 1.      Interpersonal Skills In order to maintain a cohesive and productive work environment, the Candidate must have people skills. Desirable skills

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In my 30 years of recruitment, one thing has not changed, it is important to build long lasting relationships with clients, candidates and industry peers. When I first started to work in recruitment during the 80’s, the fax machine was the newest piece of kit, and boy it was amazing.  Over the years, I worked in many areas of recruitment, such as temporary staff, high volume, permanent and temporary recruitment within the call center industry.  I  worked in agencies, in-house and the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.  Currently, I work within the exciting world of Digital Marketing, where the energy and the buzz is without question second to none. Success relies on talk not tech Throughout my career,

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In my 30 years of recruitment, one thing has not changed, it is important to build long lasting relationships with clients, candidates and industry peers. When I first started to work in recruitment during the 80’s, the fax machine was the newest piece of kit, and boy it was amazing.  Over the years, I worked in many areas of recruitment, such as temporary staff, high volume, permanent and temporary recruitment within the call center industry.  I  worked in agencies, in-house and the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.  Currently, I work within the exciting world of Digital Marketing, where the energy and the buzz is without question second to none. Success relies on talk not tech Throughout my career,

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